Hand-held, remote controller

Sigma LT networks up to 25 load banks using industry-standard CAN bus communications protocol.

03/24/2016


Sigma LT networks up to 25 load banks using industry-standard CAN bus communications protocol. Courtesy: ASCO Power TechnologyASCO Power Technology's Sigma LT is an an entry-level, remote and local controller for portable, 100 kW resistive load banks. This hand-held, remote controller networks up to 25 load banks using industry-standard CAN bus communications protocol. Operators can monitor and control all networked load banks, or a single unit in the network, up to 800 ft away. The remote controller allows to vary, accept or reject load on a single unit within a network. A robust, aluminum case protects controller components. A 4.3-in. color touch screen on the remote controller displays 3-phase voltage, power, current and frequency readings, and selected load.

ASCO Power Technology

www.ascoapu.com



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