Hughey & Phillips’ Horizon series L-810 LED-based obstruction light can be powered using a solar array. The low-intensity product is suitable for FAA L-810 steady burning lights and is available in both single and double configurations, operating with a range of 95-277 VAC and 9-48 VDC. H&P says the light lasts 15 times longer than incandescent models and uses about 96% less power.
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Schurter’s CSO fuse clip for 10.3 x 38-mm or 10.3 x 85-mm fuses is suitable for voltages up to 1500 VAC/VDC and currents to 32 amps. The clip is available in two versions: The solder type allows direct mounting on a printed circuit board using through-hole technology. The screw/rivet version provides additional flexibility. The company says a special copper alloy provides a strong clamping force.
The Sinvert PVM UL inverter is available in four models, covering a range from 12 kW to 24 kW. Capable of over 98% peak efficiency, Siemens says the three-phase inverter features power outputs of 10, 13 and 17 kW for the IEC versions, and 12, 16, 20 and 24 kW for the UL versions. Each has an integrated combiner box with a lockable DC disconnect and string fuses. Ethernet and RS485 interfaces are available.
ABB says its line of switches from 100 to 360 amps are the first two-pole disconnect switches in the industry to achieve a 1000 VDC rating per UL 98B. The switches, made for use in combiner boxes and at the inverter input, occupy up to 50% less space while saving energy and reducing wiring costs. Previous switches required up to six poles wired in series to break 1000 VDC.
Carlo Gavazzi’s VMU-C Web Server Module is a micro PC with web-server and web-service capability for management of AC and DC measurements. It includes BOS, performance ratio and yield efficiency calculations. It can manage up to 18 VMU modules via a local bus or up to 11 independent EOS Arrays. The VMU-W Cellular Modem for use with the VMU-C meets quad and dual-band standards and comes in three versions for the North American, Asian and European markets.
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