Press Release Summary:
Lightweight SRT transformers filter out line noise and spikes, transforming noisy commercial ac power into safe, clean electrical current. They use Faraday Shield between primary and secondary windings to provide true line isolation. Three models are available, all rated for 120 Vac at 60 Hz on both input and output. They support loads up to 2.1, 4.1, or 8.3 A, weigh 13, 21, or 25 pounds, and offer 2 or 4 NEMA 5-15R receptacles.
Original Press Release:
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Industrial environments tend to feed spikes and other transients onto electrical lines, causing computers to crash and data systems to cough up false readings. CyberResearch® SRT isolation transformers filter out line noise and spikes, eliminating the need for dedicated "computer-grade" AC power sources. SRT isolation transformers from CyberResearch, Inc. efficiently transform noisy commercial AC power into safe, clean electrical current. Nothing that departs from a 60-Hz sine wave gets through these transformers to your equipment. Isolation transformers keep line noise from contaminating data and causing computers and other electronic instruments to malfunction. They are particularly good at line noise rejection and spike suppression, eliminating the need for most dedicated AC computer-power lines. The "Faraday Shield" design of CyberResearch SRT transformers places a shield between the primary and secondary windings to provide true line isolation. All three models are rated for 120VAc at 60Hz on both input and output. They support loads up to 2.1A, 4.1A, or 8.3A. Lightweight SRT transformers weigh 13, 21, or 25 pounds and offer 2 or 4 NEMA 5-15R receptacles. In addition to SRT transformers -- now shipping from stock -- CyberResearch, Inc., also offers rugged industrial and scientific PCs, as well as data-acquisition and motion-control systems. For more information on any of our products, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com. CyberResearch® is a registered trademark of CyberResearch, Inc. All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective holders. To request a free copy of the PC Systems Handbook for Scientists and Engineers, call 1-800-341-2525 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Outside of the U.S. please call 203-483-8815 or fax 203-483-9024.