Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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Power Failure is Not an Option.
Pentair Inc. rolled out its Aurora® 380 Series Vertical Inline Pump with Variable Frequency Drive. The addition of adding the VFD to Aurora’s in-line pump eliminates the unknown costs of proper field wiring and mounting since the VFD will be wired and mounted at the factory. In addition, the VFD comes standard with BacNET communications, integral fused disconnect and local wired pressure transducer mounted on the pump discharge flange. Options include IP66/Nema 4X VFD protection along many other requirements needed at the installation.
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“EON Model EL3” Three Phase Emergency Lighting Inverter
Specify a 10 kW – 33 kW three phase inverter for seamless transfer to standard 90 minutes of backup power! (UL 924 and C-UL Listed). Compact space-saving footprint, easy installation, and low cost of ownership! Requires only (1) battery cabinet for 90 minutes of runtime, and only batteries with front-access terminals are used. Simplify NFPA 101 compliance with a computer-based, self-testing / self-diagnostic emergency lighting system, with data-logging and reporting (NFPA compliant).
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