Hammond Control Power Transformers, more industrial options
AutomationDirect presents the PG Series of 120 x 240/12 x 24 V ac HPS Imperator control power transformers as an addition to its 240 x 480 / 120 x 240 V ac MQMJ Series. The transformers meet industrial applications where electromagnetic devices, such as relays and solenoids, are used.
AutomationDirect offers Hammond control power transformers.
Cumming, GA – AutomationDirect presents the PG Series of 120 x 240/12 x 24 V ac HPS Imperator control power transformers as an addition to its 240 x 480 / 120 x 240 V ac MQMJ Series.
The transformers meet industrial applications where electromagnetic devices, such as relays and solenoids, are used. They maximize inrush capability and output voltage.
The products are 50/60 Hz, 600V class, machine tool-rated with VA range from 50 VA up to 1,500 VA.
They are cUL-Listed, CE Mark-, and RoHS-compliant.
Pricing starts at $30.
Optional finger-safe terminal covers and primary side fuse kits are available.
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