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2000W compact pure sine wave inverter features 90-140VDC or 180-275VDC inputs

Thu, 10/18/2012 - 12:47pm

Schaefer introduces the AEP-2000 Series of 2000W, rugged,  high efficiency, pure sine wave inverters. The “clean” pure sine wave output of the AEP-2000 Series, with less than 3% total harmonic distortion, is ideal for powering sensitive loads and for improving AC equipment performance.

The AEP-2000 Series is available in four standard input configurations: 24VDC, 48VDC, and also 110VDC or 220VDC which are designed and ideally suited for utility voltages. Outputs are available in regulated 115VAC or 230VAC (50/60Hz) versions.

All models in the AEP-2000 Series feature a wide operating temperature of -20°C to +50°C, comprehensive protection circuitry, and a digital display to monitor/indicate low input voltage, short circuit, input overvoltage, over temperature, overload and low battery. The display also indicates voltage, amperage, power and temperature. Efficiency is up to 94%, depending upon the model selected. EMI is minimized to Class B standards for reduced impact on other equipment.

The design is rugged and ideal for military/COTS/industrial, utility, rail/transit, satellite, computer, vehicle/mobile, marine and general backup power applications. The compact module size of 4.02H” x 10.94W” x 15.28L” provides an remarkable 2000W of power, while still accommodating space constrained installations. A simple mounting scheme and high reliability lend to the low cost of ownership.

The AEP-2000 Series is part of the full line of rugged, pure sine wave inverters from Schaefer, which includes stand alone solutions from 700W-5000W and rack mount configurations up to 5kV. Modifications to standard products are available upon request.  In addition, Schaefer can design and manufacture full custom solutions. Delivery is stock to 8 weeks ARO.

Full specifications can be viewed at http://www.schaeferpower.com.

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