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          Wilmore Electronics DC-to-AC Inverter, 48VDC Input, 115VAC 2,000VA Sinewave Output, 2U Rackmount

          Wilmore Electronics DC-to-AC Inverter, 48VDC Input, 115VAC 2,000VA Sinewave Output, 2U Rackmount

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          Item #: 13052011
          Mfr. Part#: 1702-48-115-60
          Availability: Temporarily Out-of-Stock
          Est. Ship: Call for next available delivery

            Ordering Information

            Designed for space-limited applications within the telecommunications, data processing and utility industries, the Model 1702 DC-to-AC inverter provides up to 2,000 volt-amperes in only 3.5 inches of vertical rack space. The inverter produces a well-regulated 115VAC, frequency-stable 60Hz sine-wave output from station batteries or other dc sources. Standard versions permit operation from either positive or negative 48VDC sources because the dc input is galvanically isolated from the AC output and from the chassis. The inverter is compact, lightweight and compatible with either 19-inch or 23-inch equipment racks.

            The Model 1702 is well-suited for powering a variety of loads, from sensitive communications and SCADA equipment to loads normally considered difficult for inverters, including small motors and other reactive or high-surge loads. With the addition of Wilmore's Model 1704 automatic transfer switch (available separately), the inverter can function as the primary or backup AC source for applications requiring uninterruptible/redundant power. Conservatively designed and well-protected against external faults, the Model 1702 DC-to-AC inverter is ideal for powering waveshape-sensitive and frequency-sensitive AC loads from DC power systems.
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            Actual Weight 34.00 lb(s)
            Compatibility Notes Front-Panel Controls and Indicators

            A combination circuit breaker and ON/OFF switch is provided for input power. An amber LED indicates the presence of an output overload, and a red LED indicates activation of the overload shutdown protection circuit.


            Protection against short-term overloads is provided electronically, and recovery is automatic upon removal of the fault. Sustained output faults may activate an overload shutdown protection circuit. The elapsed time to inverter shutdown is dependent upon the severity of the fault; a sustained short-circuit will initiate shutdown in about 1 second, while a 10% overload may be tolerated indefinitely. Upon shutting down, input power to the inverter must be removed and reapplied to resume normal operation.

            Protection against accidental reversal of the input-voltage polarity during installation is provided by a shunt diode working in conjunction with the front-panel circuit breaker.
            Contents Unit, mounting brackets, documentation
            Color Light gray
            Physical Dimensions 3.5"h x 16.9"w x 15.9"d
            Ports/Connectors Output connection: NEMA type 5-20R duplex receptacle
            DC Input: rear-panel, high-current compression lugs with cover plate
            Power Provided 115 V, 2000 VA
            Power Notes Nominal Input Voltage: 48VDC
            Input Voltage Range: 42-56VDC
            Input Current No Load: 1.3A
            Input Current Full Load: 57.5A
            Output Voltage: 115VAC nominal, single phase
            Output Voltage Regulation: +/-1.0% versus DC input line, +/-2.0% versus load
            Output Voltage Waveshape: Sine wave with 1-3% total harmonic distortion (typical)
            Frequency: 60Hz nominal, +/-0.01Hz maximum variation over the full range of load and input voltage changes
            Volt-Ampere Rating: 2,000VA
            C-Message-Weighted Noise: Noise fed back to a typical stationary battery source is less than 32dBrnc
            UNSPSC 39121006
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