Power transfer switch

Emerson Network Power’s ASCO Series 300 features a microprocessor controller that integrates an intuitive and graphical LCD and six LED indicators.

02/10/2014


Emerson Network Power’s ASCO Series 300 features a microprocessor controller that integrates an intuitive and graphical LCD and six LED indicators. Courtesy: Emerson Network PowerEmerson Network Power’s ASCO Series 300 Power Transfer Switch is designed for mid-range installations at telecom, agriculture, commercial, retail, light industrial, and municipal facilities. The ASCO Series 300 Power Transfer Switch features a microprocessor controller that integrates an intuitive and easy-to-navigate 128 x 64 graphical LCD with a soft keypad and six LED indicators that provide broader capabilities and options than 4 x 20 controllers. Optional, sophisticated power metering and remote monitoring complement the controller's capability to help optimize efficient operation. The ASCO Series 300 Power Transfer Switch is rated 30 to 3000 amps, and is available to 600 Vac, single- or three-phase. A single-solenoid transfer mechanism allows true, double-throw operation that helps ensure fast, dependable transfers in less than 100 msec. The unique design requires no motors, gears, or complicated mechanisms. It prevents contacts from contacting both sources at the same time or connecting to a dead source. 

Emerson Network Power 

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