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Lowell Ships Rackmount AC Power Panel

Lowell’s newly shipping Model ACSPR-SCS4-1509 rackmount sequential power panel features six switched and three unswitched outlets
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Lowell Ships Rackmount AC Power Panel

Aug 17, 2006 8:00 AM

Lowell has introduced a new rackmount sequential power panel with surge suppression and alarm interface. The ETL-listed Model ACSPR-SCS4-1509 features six switched and three unswitched outlets. The sequencer is engineered to provide time-delayed, four-step activation and deactivation of equipment that is directly plugged into the unit.

The surge suppressor provides GSA Grade A/Mode 1/Class 1 endurance along with UL1449-2 and ANSI C62.41 surge suppression compliance. The 120VAC unit defeats surges up to 72,000A using Lowell’s Triple Clamping Redundancy (TCR) technology and provides excellent EMI /RFI filtering. Termination blocks on the rear are provided for remote switching and alarm interface functions. Remote switches with momentary closure may be ordered separately.

The unit is backed by a 10-year warranty and is available with rocker or key switch activation, models ACSPR-SCS4-1509 and ACSPR-SCS4-1509K respectively. Lowell also offers both units without surge suppression.

For more information, visit www.lowellmfg.com.

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