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In almost every industry, computers and electrical equipment are essential to running a business, and these products represent a sizeable investment. Today's businesses need to protect that investment. One way to do this is to ensure that the equipment is not damaged by electrical surges. The right power supplies and circuit breakers are the first line of defense, but for the ultimate protection for valuable electrical equipment and computerized machines and devices, businesses need voltage regulation products. Grainger offers a full list of voltage regulation products to help companies protect their most valuable investments.

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I need to find a way to regulate the output voltage on a DC power generator, this unregulated generator will put out 12 - 24 volts, and we don't want to peak up to 24v which could damage equipment.
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Unfortunately we do not stock a product that will regulate the DC voltage, preventing a surge from 12v to 24v.

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use a voltage converter/isolator rated for 12-24vdc input with a 12vdc ouput
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so like when humidity reaches a certan piont humidifer turns off which will not be a problem since it can be adjusted . but when the humidifier turns off i need the exhaust fan to turn on automaticly , is ther a device that i can get to program and do diffrent things as such?
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We may have something that will work for your application, but need more information. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can discuss your project.

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Read up about PLCs
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a canon copier ir7095 thats rated at 208v 15a
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Biggen,

As I understand it, you have a 250VAC power source, and you need to buck it down to a 208VAC level to provide power to a Canon IR7095, 15Amp copier. Assuming your power source is Single Phase, you would need a buck boost transformer. Square D item (Grainger # 1H275) or an ACME Electric (Grainger #4LEF9) would be most appropriate for that need.

If it is a Three-Phase power source, you will then need to identify if it is either a Three-Phase Wye, or a Three-Phase Delta, and then call your local brance for further identification assistance.

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We believe you are in need of a Buck-Boost transformer. However, we need more information about your copier. Please contact us at 800-323-0620 so we can pick out the proper unit for your installation.

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I have an electronic water softener and 120 is to much.Need to step it down to closer to 110
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You may need a buck-boost transformer. We do need more information though. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can discuss the amperage requirement of the softner.

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Regrettably, your question does not provide adequate details about the amperage capabilities of your 220VAC power supply wires, nor does it provide us with sufficient information about your load requirements ( in terms of Amps and Watts) of your lighting circuits and your air compressor.

For more detailed and accurate assistance to ensure you identify the proper products and electrical solutions for your application needs, please contact us at 800-323-0620.

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H60000 SERIES VOLTAGE REGULATOR

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This voltage regulator is not a stock item for Grainger. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can special order it for you.

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i need to go from 110v to 24 v

I am using a microwave turntable motor for a display. this display will be plugged into a standard house wall socket, 110V. the motor is 24v, so what do I need to get the current down this low and where do I get this product ???
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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger Monday-Friday 7AM-7PM to speak with a Technical Product Support Specialist.
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At this time, Grainger does not carry Frequency Convertors.

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have a new pool . the pump is wired for 220 plug and my gfi is 110 can I get an adaptor to run pump
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There are two parts to your question.

Part 1, Grainger does stock transformers that will give you 220v out with a 120v input; however, keep in mind that your 220v amperage requirement doubles for the 120v circuit. Example, If your pump draws 16 amps at 220v, you will need 32 amps (a 40 amp circuit) at 120v.

Part 2, a standard GFCI will not work with your pool pump.

Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can discuss your project in greater detail.

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