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Medilec Isolation Transformers, 240V, 4.8kVA, Non-Encapsulated

Medilec Isolation Transformers, 240V, 4.8kVA, Non-Encapsulated

Medilec Isolation Transformers, 240V, 4.8kVA, Non-Encapsulated

Item Number: E14/48/3

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$4,507.65
RRP (Inc. GST)

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

  • Series E14
  • Medilec
  • ESP Metal Plate Series
    • Product brand

      Clipsal

      Physical

      [In] rated current

      20 A

      EU RoHS Directive

      Compliant

      Mercury free

      Yes

      RoHS exemption information

      Yes

      China RoHS Regulation

      Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

      Others

      Primary voltage

      240 V AC

      Secondary voltage

      240 V AC

      Rated power in VA

      4800 VA

      Package 1 Weight

      41.16 kg

      Package 1 Height

      30.2 cm

      Package 1 width

      27.2 cm

      Package 1 Length

      31.2 cm
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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the difference between a encapsulated and a non encapsulated isolation tansformer in the medilec range?

      The encapsulated isolation transformer has its windings covered in heat-cured epoxy resin to reduce noise and prevent ingress of moisture and dust. Where for the non-encapsulated model has visible bare windings which are subject to dust and moisture.
      Encapsulated - E14/36/2 & E14/48/2
      Non Encapsulated - E14/36/3 & E14/48/3 
      For further information see link https://www.clipsal.com/search?q=E14

      Can the Primary and Secondary be run together on the e14/36/3

      - Can the Primary and Secondary be run together?
      Preferably not - but this is impacted by the distance they are run together. If the distance is short, i.e. a few metres then not a problem. If it is more distance then need to segregate. It is difficult to give an exact answer as there are dependencies. If they were separate by 1m then any distance would be ok.

      - Is segregation required, and if so what is the advised segregation distance and type (conduit etc)
      As above - at least 1m would meet all circumstances. Type of conduit does not really matter as the distance provides the segregation rather than any shielding from conduit.
      Please see following link for further information and related products
      https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=e14/36/3