Power Distribution System manages power within workstations.
July 11, 2012 -
Available on Dimension 4 modular workstation line, Model PDS-II provides four 20 A circuits to series of connected workstations. Each of 4 circuits is tapped by inserting one PDS-II 15 A Duplex or 20 A Simplex outlet module into distribution blocks assembled into workstation uprights. Outlets are numbered 1-4 for circuit identification, and redistribution of electrical usage is accomplished by exchanging numbered outlet modules.
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895 Beacon St.
Brea, CA, 92821 2926
New Power Distribution System Simplifies Workstation Electrical Management
BREA, CA: The new Power Distribution System-II (PDS-II), available on IAC Industries' Dimension 4 modular workstation line, provides extreme flexibility for power distribution and management within workstation lines and cells. The Dimension 4 PDS-II provides four (4) each 20 AMP circuits to a series of connected workstations. Each of the 4 circuits is tapped by simply inserting one of the PDS-II 15 AMP Duplex or 20 AMP Simplex outlet modules into the distribution blocks assembled into the Dimension 4 workstation uprights. Outlets are numbered for easy circuit identification-1 thru 4. The PDS-II enables users and production managers to handle a greater number of electrical demands, while making the management of load distribution extremely simple. Just a glance at the numbered receptacles indicates what devices are being powered from any of the circuits. Redistribution of electrical usage is accomplished by simply exchanging the numbered outlet modules.
Each PDS-II 15 AMP Duplex module provides two 15 AMP outlets. The 20 AMP Simplex module provides a single 20 AMP outlet. Outlet modules snap into any of the receptacles incorporated throughout the workstations, and are secured by two screws - quantity of available receptacles is dependent on the upright height of the Dimension 4 workstations deployed. When in place, the outlet modules are flush with the uprights to facilitate accessory clearance.
PDS-II is cost-effective. The only effort required by an electrician is to connect the 7-wire power up cable to the facility power source, thereby reducing installation costs. PDS-II components are UL tested for structure and safety, and are listed under Furniture UL 1286, File #E113928. Find more information at www.IACindustries.com
Based in Brea, California, IAC Industries is a prominent manufacturer of technical furniture (production workbenches, workstations, and related products) for companies performing assembly, testing, repairs, inspection and related applications across a wide spectrum of industries. IAC products are 100% made in the USA by Union Labor, and are sold worldwide. IAC Industries currently offers the widest range of workstations, workbenches, seating, and workstation-related accessories available from a single manufacturer. Products meet many industry and military requirements for static control in electronics assembly and testing. For more information, contact IAC Industries at 714-990-8997 or email@example.com.