HUBBELL’S ISOLATION TRANSFORMERS COMPENSATE FOR LOW VOLTAGE

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Oct 2nd, 2018

When it comes to electricity, safety is paramount. Hubbell Marine now offers 15 and 25 kVA Isolation Transformers with an optional 12.5% Auto-Boost. They solve low-voltage issues, safeguard sensitive electronic equipment onboard, prevent galvanic corrosion from reversed polarity and protect swimmers from potentially lethal stray current shock.

During start-up, Hubbell Auto-Boost immediately assesses the electrical system and can automatically boost the output by 12.5% to compensate for low voltage. After initial power-up, it enters static mode or can monitor and regulate voltage every hour in dynamic mode. The remote-control panel is easily programmed to boost from a range of 190V up to 220V. It has a 32′ cable for mounting in a convenient location.

Hubbell Marine’s Isolation Transformers are more compact than the competition. The 15kVA model is 16.94″ H x 14.12″ W x 11.59″ D and 170 lbs. The 25kVA unit is 250 lbs. and 18.44″ H x 16.13″ W x 13.34″ D. Both are available in vibration-resistant, white powder-coated steel or 316 stainless steel enclosures. They are designed to function with 50- and 100-amp systems and feature two full current-carrying shields.

For further information please visit www.hubbell-marine.com.

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