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MDI / MDIH - Three Phase Drive Isolation Dry Type Distribution Transformer
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**See drop-down menu for full range of kVA, Input/Output voltage options.For use with AC and DC adjustable speed drives which generate mechanical stresses and harmonic currrents beyond the design criteria of normal general purpose transformers.
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•Heavy duty copper windings are firmly braced to withstand mechanical stresses of drive operations
•Provide electrical isolation between primary line and drive wiring
•Standard double electrostatic shielding between input and output windings reduce problems caused by line voltage transients
•Available in 150 degree C temperature rise as well as 80 degree C and 150 degree C for special applications.
•Comes complete with internal anti-vibration pads to reduce transmission of noise and vibration
•All terminals clearly labeled for easy wiring
•Interleaved windings and wound core technology ensure excellent voltage regulation.
SIZING SELECTION: Know the motor horsepower? Just follow the drive system manufacturer's recommendations or select the corresponding kVA from the "HP to kVA" chart found below.