RNT-MGL15-480-120-8X120.20 portable power distribution substation converts 480
VAC electrical current to single phase 120V AC and 240V AC via a 15kva
transformer (480v to 120/240v, 1ph, 60hz). A fused disconnect, main on/off
switch provides primary line protection and supplies primary power to the 15KVA
transformer. This power distribution system conforms to UL 1640.
Secondary current is wired to a
120/240v, 1 phase, 125-amp load center with main breaker for circuit protection.
120/240 line out protection is provided by eight 20 amp, 125 Volt, 1 pole
breakers. Connection for 120-240VAC is through 5-20 GFCI receptacles with
weather proof covers. The load center is mounted within NEMA 3R enclosure.
transformer and load center/distribution assembly is mounted to a standard steel
cart style frame resulting in an extremely stable, durable, and mobile power
distribution platform. Two rubber tires and a cart style mounting platform
provides easier substation mobility, and a center point lift eye allows easy
lifting with cable or chain hooks. This temporary power distribution solution
can be modified to meet the needs of job-site receptacle requirements. Units are
available up to 150kva, and can be equipped with skids or trailer
power distribution system is UL 1640 and NEMA 3R rated and ideal for
indoor/outdoor use and applications including but not limited to; construction
sites, plant maintenance, plant turnarounds, hazardous location operations,
shows, exhibits, and shipyard operations. These temporary power distribution
systems are popularly used for HAZLOC applications where external power sources
are often necessary and work well in combination with explosion proof lights and
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Electronics is a manufacturer and as such can build portable transformer systems
to your specifications. Although we carry several models of power distribution
transformers, we can deliver custom ordered units almost as quickly as our
prebuilt units If this model does not meet your needs, please contact us at
1-800-369-6671 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss
your specific requirements.