Transformers: Dependable control starts at $31

AutomationDirect introduced a new line of Hammond control transformers. Superior quality and design of the HPS Imperator series transformers are said make them ideal for high inrush applications requiring reliable output voltage stability.

09/06/2007


AutomationDirect

introduced a new line of Hammond control transformers. Superior quality and design of the HPS Imperator series transformers are said make them ideal for high inrush applications requiring reliable output voltage stability.


AutomationDirect a line of HPS Imperator series transformers.

Unique fin-shaped design uses superior insulation systems and is constructed with high-quality steel laminations, providing optimum performance and reliability.
Designed to meet industrial applications where electromagnetic devices, such as relays, solenoids, etc., are used, they maximize inrush capability and output voltage regulation when electromagnetic devices are initially energized.

The transformers are 50/60 Hz, 600 V class, machine tool rated with ratings from 50 VA up to 1,000 VA. They also are UL listed, CE marked and RoHS compliant. Finger safe terminal covers and primary side fuse kits are available. HPS Imperator control transformers are priced from $31 to $141 and carry a limited lifetime warranty.

—Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief , Control Engineering
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