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Isolation Transformer, Hospital, 1.8kVA


Price: $994.50 / each

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  • Item # 1AYB2
  • Mfr. Model # IS1800HG
  • UNSPSC # 42191603
  • Catalog Page # 298
  • Shipping Weight 58.84 lbs.
Country of Origin TaiwanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHospital Grade Isolation Transformer
  • Input Voltage120VAC
  • Output Voltage120VAC
  • VA Rating1.8kVA
  • Phase1
  • Hz60
  • MountingDesk Top
  • Enclosure TypeUpright Tower
  • Height7.75"
  • Depth12.2"
  • Width8.25"
  • StandardsUL60601-1 Listed
  • Includes6 Hospital Grade Outlets, 20A Circuit Breaker
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Compliance and Restrictions



• Hospital-grade plug and outlet receptacles
Units have full medical-grade listing. Less than 100µA of leakage for connected load.
Meet UL 60601-1 requirements.
Isolation Transformers
• 120VAC input/output Enhanced common mode surge suppression
Transformers offer line isolation and continuous line filtering to protect sensitive electronic equipment against electrical noise disturbances.
UL and C-UL Listed.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Medical grade product works great in a music studio. After finally completing a 24-track recording studio in my home, I was plagued by line noise and hum in every amp and microphone cable. It was even showing up in the final mix from the board! I soon learned that the forty electronic low-voltage spots (with dimmers) I had installed were causing this intolerable situation. Line filters and line conditioners (if there is a difference between the two) were of no help... as in NONE. While recording in the dark can be fun, it just isn't practicle, so, before I ripped out every one of those low-voltage nightmares, I ordered the IS1800HG. Line noise is now history and the first song has been recorded and mixed without a trace of hum. In order to power the tremendous amount of electronic gear used in the studio, I am using four Tripp-Lite PS-415-HG-OEM hospital grade power strips, each one, plugged directly into the transformer. Granted, this method is specifically NOT recommended by the manufactuer, however, this is not a hospital. After all, it's only rock & roll, and we like it. Now more than ever. Thank you Tripp-Lite. December 22, 2011
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