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Verify Product Design and Test Your Export Products


The Interpower™ International Power Source is an AC power source used to verify your product design and for product testing. The unit can be used on a bench top or is rack mountable.


Interpower has four models available which have an input of 100-240VAC/50-60Hz. The first two models are supplied with a NEMA 5-20 plug and have an output of 2200VA maximum with a Low Range variable of 10-138VAC at 16Arms maximum and High Range variable of 10-276VAC at 8Arms max, 47-450Hz. The second two models are supplied with a NEMA 5-15 plug and have an output of 1725VA maximum with a Low Range variable of 10-138VAC at 12.5Arms maximum and High Range variable of 10-276VAC at 6.25Arms maximum, 47-450Hz. For each output option we offer a model with a RS232 and USB port, and a model with no communication ports.


The Interpower™ International Power Source can also be ordered for International use with a country specific input power plug. We offer a 1-week manufacturing lead time, and same day shipping for in-stock items. From 1 to 1,000 pieces or more, we have no minimum order requirements. Rental units are also available.


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