Power management: Pure sine wave output for clean, utility grade power

Stored energy: Schaefer offers turnkey inverter systems using its Series IT of single or three-phase switch mode inverter systems with a power range from 6kVA to 90kVA.

Oct 14th, 2014
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Energy management: Schaefer Inc. offers turnkey inverter systems using its Series IT of single or three-phase switch mode inverter systems with a power range from 6kVA to 90kVA. These highly reliable, fully-customizable "built-to-project" dc/ac pure sine wave inverters offer the industry's most complete range of input and output voltages, with a selection of package styles and mounting configurations. Some of our highly advanced designs feature an integrated UPS, static switch, battery charging and/or parallel capabilities.

The Series IT is fully isolated using a switch mode inverter with a rectifier at input and a transformer at the output. Features include continuous short-circuit protection, automatic restart after over-voltage shutdown and surge capability. Optional features include remote on/off via various inhibit configurations, input inrush and surge protection, mains synchronization, input reverse polarity protection, output voltage adjustment potentiometer, output voltage and frequency monitoring, increased mechanical strength, tropical (conformal coating) protection, parallel and redundant operation.

Available as a complete system including cabinet, front panel meters, breakers, switches, and ventilation with or without temperature controlled fans, etc. or as a standalone inverter. They are ideal for 600-750VDC nominal bus and are available for 40V DC+ as well as single or 3 phase AC inputs as well. Ideal for power substations, emergency lighting and other backup systems.

Series IT are custom-tailored to meet your specific application requirements.

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