High Efficiency K-Rated Transformers
High efficiency, K-rated power conditioning transformers which meet and exceed DOE 2016 minimum efficiency standards!
“Bad power” in the form of voltage transients, spikes, and high frequency noise can wreak havoc with sensitive electronics and controls! At a minimum … data corruption may occur, causing system upset and unexpected system restart. Worse yet … high energy transients will lead to premature component failure!
The ULTRA-K Series 600K-he is a high efficiency, K-rated, power conditioning transformer, specifically designed to provide a high degree of electrical noise attenuation and transient voltage suppression to protect sensitive electronic loads. Offered with four different K-factor ratings (K4, K7, K13, and K20), the ULTRA-K is fully compatible with non-linear loads, handling the high harmonic currents associated with such loads.
As an owner or specifying engineer, when you select the ULTRA-K over competing brands, you’re simply choosing the very best high efficiency, K-rated, power conditioning transformer available!
Our ULTRA-K transformers are available in single phase models from 5kVA to 25kVA, and in three phase models from 15kVA to 500kVA.Select An ULTRA-K Transformer
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