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|Rated voltage (V):||230/400|
|Rated current (A)C,D||6,10,16,20,25,32,40,50,63|
|Mechanical and electrical life:||20000|
|Ambient temperature (°C)：||-5 ~ +40|
|Relative air humidity：||no more than 95%|
|Installation：||Used in place without obvious shock and vibration|
R2000 Voltage StabiliserVoltage stabiliser model “S’til’” R2000 is a multipurpose general use stabiliser for average alternating voltage combined with a protective device and a power line disturbances filter. The stabiliser is a desktop block with a display on the front panel. The line circuit-breaker is situated on the back panel.The automatic protective device is situated on the back panel, 15A. A cable with a standard European plug is used for connecting it to the main.R2000 voltage stabiliser is designed to protect equipment that requires very stable supply voltage with the total electric power of no more than 2000 voltamperes.This can be medical or scientific equipment, office equipment such as copy machines, and other devices.R2000 voltage stabiliser has the following peculiarities:a desktop mountable block;a toroidal power autotransformernatural cooling;discrete output voltage control;a wide range of input voltage;high overload capacity;relay-type power keys;high speed;high stabilising accuracy for output voltage;electric short-circuit and overload protection with automatic release;the stabiliser can work at the rated power load in the whole of the extreme range of input voltages.And now I will demonstrate how it works. For this purpose I’ll use the lamps in our studio. Each has 500 W of load. Let’s connect and turn it on. As you can see, after a short moment it turned on the lamps. Now I can be sure that the lamps won’t burn out because of a power surge.