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Surge Protection Devices Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 - 2020

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Surge Protection Devices Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 - 2020

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The concept of protecting electronic devices from power surges or spikes is known as surge protection. Surge protection devices allow multiple components to plug into a single power outlet. A power surge is a significant increase in voltage above the designated level. If power voltage rises above the standard voltage, it is likely to damage the electronic equipment. For instance, the standard voltage in the U.S. and India are 120 volts and 230 volts respectively, in residential and commercial sectors. A surge protector prevents electrical equipment from getting damaged, when the voltage increases beyond the standard level.

The global surge protection devices market is expected to witness a substantial growth during the forecast period. This is due to its increasing demand across various application sectors such as industrial, residential and commercial sectors. Increasing incidences of transient voltage and lightning accidents globally is increasing the usage of surge protection devices. If the surge or spike is high, it can cause heavy damage to electrical equipment.

The increase in the usage of electrical equipment such as personal computers, printers and industrial control equipment such as PLC's, microwaves, washing machines and alarms are amplifying the demand for surge protection devices globally.

Among all the application segments, industrial sector holds the largest market share at present in surge protection devices market, whereas; commercial segment is expected to be the fastest growing application segment due to the increase in telephone and internet users in the emerging nations.

Adoption of high technologies equipment such as LCD and LED televisions in the emerging countries are the major factors that are responsible for the growth of surge protection devices market globally. These devices are sensitive and a small fluctuation in the voltage leads to damage of equipment. The rising demand for protection of electronic devices from power surges or spikes is fueling the demand for surge protection devices globally. North America is analyzed to lead the global surge protection devices market throughout the forecast period. However, Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region in this market due to rapid growth in industrialization.

This market research study analyzes the surge protection devices market on a global level, and provides estimates in terms of revenue (USD million) from 2014 to 2020. The report recognizes the drivers and restraints affecting the industry and analyzes their impact over the forecast period. Moreover, it identifies the significant opportunities for market growth in the coming years.

The report segments the market on the basis of geography as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (RoW), and these have been estimated in terms of revenue (USD million). In addition, the report segments the market based on the types, which include plug-in devices, hard wired devices, line cord devices and power control center. The market has been segmented on the basis of end use application as residential, commercial and industrial. All these segments have also been estimated on the basis of geography in terms of revenue (USD million).

For better understanding of the surge protection devices market, we have given a detailed analysis of the supply chain. In addition, a detailed Porter's five forces analysis has been given for a better understanding of the intensity of the competition present in the market. Furthermore, the study comprises a market attractiveness analysis, where the applications are benchmarked based on their market scope, growth rate and general attractiveness.

The report provides company market share analysis of various industry participants. The key players have also been profiled and their company overview, financial overview, business strategies, SWOT analysis and the recent developments have been covered in the report. Major market participants profiled in this report include Schneider Electric, Eaton Corp., Emerson Electric Co., GE Industrial Solutions, Crompton Greaves Ltd., Raycap Corporation S.A and Phoenix Contact GmbH. among others.

Global Surge Protection Devices Market: By type
Plug-in devices
Hard wired devices
Line cord devices
Power control center
Global Surge Protection Devices Market: By application
Commercial
Residential
Industrial
Global Surge Protection Devices Market: By geography
North America
Europe
Asia Pacific
Rest of the World
The report also provides a cross-sectional analysis of the mentioned segments (i.e., by type and application) with respect to the above mentioned regions.

Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Report description
1.2 Research scope
1.3 Research methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Market overview
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Value chain analysis
3.3 Market dynamics
3.3.1 Market drivers
3.3.1.1 Reduction in maintenance costs, delays and data loss
3.3.1.2 Increase in the usage of electrical equipment
3.3.2 Market restraints
3.3.2.1 Lead length impacts the surge protection devices performance
3.3.2.2 Additional cost for Installation and volatile nature of raw materials cost
3.3.3 Market opportunities
3.3.3.1 Growing need for surge protection devices in emerging nations
3.4 Global surge protection devices industry – Porter's Five Forces Analysis
3.4.1 Bargaining power of suppliers
3.4.2 Bargaining power of buyers
3.4.3 Threat of new entrants
3.4.4 Threat from substitutes
3.4.5 Degree of competition
3.5 Global surge protection devices market attractive analysis, by type
3.6 Market share by key players

Chapter 4 Global Surge Protection Devices Market Analysis, by Type
4.1 Overview
4.2 Plug-in devices
4.2.1 Global plug-in surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
4.3 Hard Wired Devices
4.3.1 Global hard wired surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
4.4 Line Cord Devices
4.4.1 Global line cord surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
4.5 Power Control Center
4.5.1 Global power control surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)

Chapter 5 Global Surge Protection Devices Market Analysis, by Application
5.1 Overview
5.2 Commercial
5.2.1 Global surge protection devices used in commercial application market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
5.3 Residential
5.3.1 Global surge protection devices used in residential application market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
5.4 Industrial
5.4.1 Global surge protection devices used in industrial application market size and forecast 2013 – 2020 (USD million)

Chapter 6 Global Surge Protection Devices Market Analysis, by Geography
6.1 Overview
6.2 North America
6.2.1 North America surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.2.2 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.2.3 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.3 Europe
6.3.1 Europe surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.3.2 Europe surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.3.3 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.4 Asia Pacific
6.4.1 Asia Pacific surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.4.2 Asia Pacific surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.4.3 Asia Pacific surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.5 Rest of the World (RoW)
6.5.1 RoW surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.5.2 RoW surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
6.5.3 RoW surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)

Chapter 7 Company Profiles
7.1 Legrand S.A.
7.1.1 Company overview
7.1.2 Financial overview
7.1.3 Business strategy
7.1.4 SWOT analysis
7.1.5 Recent developments
7.2 Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc.
7.2.1 Company overview
7.2.2 Financial overview
7.2.3 Business strategy
7.2.4 SWOT analysis
7.2.5 Recent developments
7.3 Crompton Greaves Ltd.
7.3.1 Company overview
7.3.2 Financial overview
7.3.3 Business strategy
7.3.4 SWOT analysis
7.3.5 Recent developments
7.4 Eaton Corp. PLC.
7.4.1 Company overview
7.4.2 Financial overview
7.4.3 Business strategy
7.4.4 SWOT analysis
7.4.5 Recent developments
7.5 Emerson Electric Co.
7.5.1 Company overview
7.5.2 Financial overview
7.5.3 Business strategy
7.5.4 SWOT analysis
7.5.5 Recent developments
7.6 ERICO International Corporation
7.6.1 Company overview
7.6.2 Financial overview
7.6.3 Business strategy
7.6.4 SWOT analysis
7.6.5 Recent developments
7.7 GE Industrial Solutions
7.7.1 Company overview
7.7.2 Financial overview
7.7.3 SWOT analysis
7.7.4 Recent developments
7.8 Phoenix Contact GmbH.
7.8.1 Company overview
7.8.2 Financial overview
7.8.3 Business strategy
7.8.4 SWOT analysis
7.8.5 Recent developments
7.9 Raycap Corporation S.A.
7.9.1 Company overview
7.9.2 Financial overview
7.9.3 Business strategy
7.9.4 SWOT analysis
7.9.5 Recent developments
7.10 Schneider Electric S.E.
7.10.1 Company overview
7.10.2 Financial overview
7.10.3 Business strategy
7.10.4 SWOT analysis
7.10.5 Recent developments
7.11 Tripp-Lite
7.11.1 Company overview
7.11.2 Financial overview
7.11.3 Business strategy
7.11.4 SWOT analysis
7.11.5 Recent developments


List of Figures

FIG. 1 Market segmentation: Global surge protection devices market
FIG. 2 Global surge protection devices market – value chain value chain analysis
FIG. 3 Relation of lead length to surge voltage
FIG. 4 Global surge protection devices industry – Porter's Five Forces Analysis
FIG. 5 Global surge protection devices market attractive analysis, by type
FIG. 6 Global surge proection devices market share (%) by type, 2013 & 2020
FIG. 7 Global plug-in surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 8 Global hard wired surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 9 Global line cord surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 10 Global power control surge protectors market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 11 Global surge proection devices market share (%) by application, 2013 & 2020
FIG. 12 Global surge protection devices used in commercial application market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 13 Global surge protection devices used in residential application market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 14 Global surge protection devices used in industrial application market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 15 Global surge proection devices market share (%) by geography, 2013 & 2020
FIG. 16 North America surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 - 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 17 Europe surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 - 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 18 Asia Pacific surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 - 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 19 RoW surge protection device market size and forecast, 2013 - 2020 (USD million)
FIG. 20 Legrand S.A.annual revenue, 2011- 2013 (USD million)
FIG. 21 Crompton Greaves Ltd. annual revenue, 2011- 2013 (USD million)
FIG. 22 Eaton Corp. PLC. annual revenue, 2011- 2013 (USD million)
FIG. 23 Emerson Electric Co. annual revenue, 2011 - 2013 (USD million)
FIG. 24 GE Industrial Sol. annual revenue, 2010 - 2012 (USD billion)
FIG. 25 Schneider Electric S.E. annual revenue, 2011 - 2013, (USD million)


List of Tables

TABLE 1 Global surge protection devices market – Snapshot (2014 & 2020)
TABLE 2 Drivers of the global surge protection devices market: Impact analysis
TABLE 3 Restraints: impact analysis
TABLE 4 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 5 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 6 Europe surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 7 North America surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 8 Asia Pacific surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 9 Asia Pacific surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 10 RoW surge protection devices market size and forecast, by type 2013 – 2020 (USD million)
TABLE 11 RoW surge protection devices market size and forecast, by application 2013 – 2020 (USD million)


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