Built-in Ethernet communications allows remote power-cycling of connected loads, possibly saving a service call to a remote site.
The Sine Wave Series is a pure sine wave 1500 watt inverter that will convert 12, 24 or 48 volts DC to ultra-clean 230 volts, 50 Hertz AC output at 93% peak efficiency. The ICT Sine Wave Series is very compact for its power level, is extremely efficient, and includes TCP/IP Ethernet for remote monitoring and control. An optional AC fast transfer relay is available to allow switching between the inverter and AC mains or generator power. An available 19-inch rack mounting tray holds one or two inverters, and a DC wiring box is available for installations where electrical code compliance is required. All wiring connections are on the back, close to where rack wiring connections are located. Every model can be ordered with a single AUS/NZ AU1-10P convenience outlet mounted on the front faceplate.
The Sine Wave Series is ideal for both standalone applications using its optional DC wiring box with electrical knockouts, or for communications, network and industrial power applications using the optional 19 inch rack-mounting tray and standard hardwire AC connectors on the back of the inverter. The idle current draw is very low, making the Sine Wave Series a good fit for applications where battery life is important, such as off-grid power systems, tower and communications sites, and renewable energy systems. With TCP/IP Ethernet, a user can monitor the inverter, power-cycle the output to reboot connected loads such as blade servers, or shut the inverter down remotely to conserve power with either the integrated HTML web server or SNMP protocols.
The Sine Wave Series features 93% peak efficiency, ultra-low noise, and low idle current draw to preserve battery life. The robust design will operate at 3000 watts of output for 2 seconds in order to start demanding loads. With AC hardwire points on the back, and an optional single front AC outlet, the Sine Wave Series is adaptable to various types of installation requirements, whether standalone or rack-mounted. Both the standard Form C alarm contacts and TCP/IP Ethernet connection can be used to send a remote alarm signal for any type of fault, ideal for remote installations where the site is not easily accessible. Built-in Ethernet communications allows remote power-cycling of connected loads, possibly saving a service call to a remote site.
The ICT Sine Wave Series provides an unparalleled set of options to meet a variety of application requirements.
|Fast Transfer Relay||Automatically senses and switches between
battery and AC grid power or generator
|19” Rack Mount Tray||Mount 1 or 2 Sine Wave Series in 19”, 2RU site equipment rack|
|DC Wiring Box||Comes with knockouts and fasteners for
electrical wiring code installations
|Front Power Outlet||One front mounted AUS/NZ AU1-10P outlet|
|Description||12 VDC Input||24 VDC Input||48 VDC Input|
|Inverter with factory-installed TCP/IP Ethernet communications port||ICT1500A-12SWC||ICT1500A-24SWC||ICT1500A-48SWC|
|Inverter with factory-installed transfer relay and TCP/IP Ethernet||ICT1500A-12SWTC||ICT1500A-24SWTC||ICT1500A-48SWTC|
|19” Rack Mount Kit, holds two Sine Wave Series inverters||ICT-RMK4|
|DC Wiring Junction Box with 5 electrical knockout positions||ICT-DCWB|
|Add front mounted AS/NZS AU1-10P convenience outlet||Add modification no. M100185 behind the model number when ordering|
|Input voltage range||12VDC, ( 10.5-16 )
24VDC ( 21-32 )
48VDC ( 42-64 )
|Output Power||1500 watts|
|Peak Output Power||3000 watts 2 seconds|
|Output Voltage||230VAC +/-10VAC rms|
|Operating Temp.||-30ºc to 60ºC|
|Cooling||Temperature Controlled Fans|