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Isolation Transformer, 250VA, 2 Outlet

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  • 3.7 Stars
  • 3.7 of 5
  • 3 reviews
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  • Item # 2KGD2
  • Mfr. Model # IS-250
  • UNSPSC # 39121022
  • Catalog Page # 298
  • Shipping Weight 13.92 lbs.
Country of Origin TaiwanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemIsolation Transformer
  • Input Voltage120VAC
  • Output Voltage120VAC
  • VA Rating250VA
  • Phase1
  • Hz60
  • MountingDesk Top
  • Enclosure TypeSmall Tower, Wall Mountable
  • Height4.5"
  • Depth7.75"
  • Width4.75"
  • StandardsUL/cUL
  • Includes2 Outlets, 2A Circuit Breaker
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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 3.7 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not for cleaning up generator output I have a standby natural gas fired generator in my home that runs when utility power is down. It runs a 20 minute test every week. During those 20 minutes, the UPSs (uninterruptible power supplies) on our computers keep switching back and forth to battery power, even though the frequency and voltage from the generator are correct.I thought an isolation transformer would clean up the output of the generator so that the UPSs would not switch to battery power. Wrong. An isolation transformer can eliminate spikes and high frequency distortion components, but (because the magnetic properties of iron are nonlinear) it generates distortion itself. The UPSs work better without the isolation transformer. September 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Noticeably reduced the level of floor noise in my studio monitors Power in a home studio can be a nightmare. You have pipes in the walls, cable wires, and usually at least a little, if not a lot, of "dirty" power. I've been using Furman power conditioners and was getting irritated by the white noise I was getting, so I decided I'd try something else out. I just purchased the IS250 and as soon as I plugged my JBL LSR4326P monitors into it, I could hear a noticeable difference in the "floor noise". I definitely recommend this product to anyone wanting to clean up their power. I think it's a must when it comes to audio. June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does the job. I had a hum in my new sub-woofer. After much searching, I narrowed my problem down to a house electrical issue. All circuits had the same problem. Once plugged in, no more hum.There are two outlets on this item, so when I add another sub-woofer, I'll use the currently open outlet.This is a well built unit that has worked flawlessly. June 13, 2012
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