Low Voltage Dry-Type Distribution
Eaton's Low Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers offer advanced performance and are ideal for those looking to "go green" with their electrical infrastructure. Standard units are designed for 60 Hz operation and meet new federal efficiency levels. They are typically used in commercial, institutional, industrial, and residential structures.
Buck-Boost Dry-Type Transformers are small kVA, single-phase transformers with dual primary and dual secondary windings. They provide an economical method of correcting a lower or higher voltage rating more suitable for efficient operation of electrical equipment.
Type EPZ and EPTZ transformers are suitable for installation in Class I, Division 2 Group C and D locations, where volatile flammable liquids or gases are handled, processed, or used, and where ignitable concentrations of gases or vapors are normally prevented by positive mechanical ventilation.
Eaton's Motor Drive Isolation Transformers are specially designed for three-phase, SCR controlled, variable-speed motor drive load profiles. Sized by horsepower and common motor voltages, they are braced to withstand the mechanical stresses associated with AC adjustable frequency drives or DC drives.
With the E3 Energy Efficient, CSL-3 Compliant Transformer, Eaton continues to provide cutting-edge efficiencies and performance for customers looking for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week energy savings with no additional maintenance to maintain efficiency when designing a LEED or green building.
Eaton's General Purpose Low Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers are available for both indoor and outdoor use in a variety of configurations. They offer maximum efficiency and are designed for continuous operation at rated kVA for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Harmonic Mitigating Transformers are the leading solution to help eliminate harmful harmonics and improve system reliability for installations rich in harmonic loads. They are used in education, commercial, retail, and medical facilities as well as in the gaming industry, and the list of potential applications keeps growing.
K-Factor transformers are specifically designed to withstand the harmful overheating effects caused by harmonics generated by non-linear loads, without exceeding the temperature rating of the insulation system. They are available in a wide range of ratings to meet specific voltage conversion requirements.
Eaton's Low Sound Transformers are designed to have average sound levels 3 dB below NEMA ST-20 standards. These quieter transformers are ideal for noise sensitive installations such as schools, hospitals, libraries, and offices.
Marine Duty Transformers are "Type Approved" by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for on-board use in steel vessels (not for propulsion systems or combat vessels). They are typically installed below deck in electrical or mechanical rooms where the ambient temperature is greater than normal.
Eaton's Mini-Power Center Transformer replaces three individual components (primary main breaker, encapsulated transformer, and distribution loadcenter) by combining them into a single unit. The Mini-Power Center does more in less space while remaining a cost-effective solution.
The Eaton family of NEMA Premium efficiency transformers provides 30 percent less losses than similarly sized NEMAT TP-1 efficiency models.
Open type Core and Coil Assemblies are typically used by panel builders and equipment OEM customers who incorporate the entire transformer into their structures. They are a versatile option to purchasing a standard, enclosed transformer and discarding the unneeded enclosure parts.
Totally enclosed non-ventilated transformers are for special applications, where because of adverse atmospheric conditions it is desirable to use a dry-type non-ventilated transformer instead of a ventilated standard unit, which has openings in its enclosure to allow air flow directly over the core and coil.