New Products for Power Quality

04/19/2005




Digital multimeter
is compact—4.9 in. high x 2.4 in. wide x 0.9 in. deep—and lightweight. Three buttons and a thumb switch allow the user to select between continuity/resistance, diode and AC/DC voltage testing, as well as to cycle through test ranges and hold a measurement. Another convenient feature is that it defaults to AC voltage. For more information on PocketPro from Ideal, click here .


Automatic standby generators range in output from 15 to 150 kilowatts and have been designed specifically for commercial applications. All models feature sound attenuated enclosures to ensure quiet operation under full load.Interior cooling fans and air passageways are designed for maximum cooling effectiveness and minimal noise. For more information about the QT Series from Generac, click here .


Modular din-rail-mounted power supplies
include units that provide 5-volt DC 8-amps, 12%%MDASSML%%15-volt DC 6- and 8-amps, 24-volt DC 3- and 5-amps and 48-volt DC at 2.5 amps all in the same space saving housing. The power supplies feature pluggable terminal block connections for easy installation and replacement, auto ranging 90 to 264 volts AC input for international applications, short circuit, overload and over temperature protection for long-term reliable operation and a high efficiency design to reduce heat and increase life. For more information on CSF power supplies from ASI, click here .





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