✔ Lightning Prevention
✔ 100% Effective
✔ No power Required
✔ Easy to install
✔ The CMCE-55 Protects a 55-meter radius
✔ The CMCE-120 Protects a 120-meter radius
✔ 10-Year Manufacturer Warranty
Proven technology: CMCE Lightning Prevention is designed to prevent lightning from striking a protected structure, while also preventing lightning-induced damages.
Peace of mind: By installing one or more CMCE Lightning Suppressor, you can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that your property and assets are shielded from the destructive force of lightning.
Cost savings: The cost of repairing lightning damage can be astronomical. By investing in CMCE Lightning Prevention, you’ll not only save money in the long run and avoid unnecessary downtime, but you’ll also save thousands compared to the traditional lightning rod system.
Capitol Electronics is the exclusive distributor for CMCE Lightning Suppressors in the United States. CMCE Lightning Suppressors are the most effective lightning deterrent devices on the market, preventing strikes on any structure on land or sea.
The technological innovation of the CMCE Multiple Electric Field Compensator, creates and maintains a balanced electric environment within its protective three-dimensional radius.
As an electrostatic current PASSIVE CAPTURING SYSTEM, the CMCE:
1. Absorbs the charges that appear in the surrounding electromagnetic field.
2. Arranges charges internally based on their natural form.
3. Creates a controlled flow of leakage current in the harmless milliamperes- between 50a and 350mA in fair weather and 700a to 1,800mA in storm phase- through the ground wire to earth take.
When the electric field changes, provoked by variations in the surrounding environment, the CMCE reacts by absorbing and draining excess charges into the ground. The process eliminates upward streams and prevents the development of lightning within the devices coverage radius.
We protect over 9,000 customers worldwide, with CMCE devices on all types of structures. In the past 20 years, there have been ZERO reported strikes on any properly maintained CMCE-protected structures.