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Breakermatic Ultra220 AM

38.00

IDEAL FOR: Air conditioners (220 VAC), Refrigerators, Freezers, Bottle coolers

MODEL: PBE220-AM0UEM75

With attached wiring terminal block.

  • Maximum current 40 A, 42 000 BTU. Delay time 4 mins.

  • Electronic Protector for air conditioners, refrigerators and electrical motors in 220Vac

  • Protect against voltage failures and disturbances with high/low voltage adjusters and ON/OFF switch

  • Completely automatic operation, easy to install, maintenance free.

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IDEAL FOR: Air conditioners (220 VAC), Refrigerators, Freezers, Bottle coolers

MODEL: PBE220-AT0ING71

With attached wiring terminal block.

  • Maximum current 40 A, 42 000 BTU. Delay time 4 mins.

  • Electronic Protector for air conditioners, refrigerators and electrical motors in 220 Vac

  • Protect against voltage failures and disturbances with high/low voltage adjusters and delay cycle adjusters.

  • Completely automatic operation, easy to install, maintenance free.

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Additional Info

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • OPERATING VOLTAGE: MIN: 140V-214V 2% // MAX 214V-270V 2%

  • DELAY CYCLE: 4MIN +/- 20%

  • MAXIMUM OUTPUT: 40A (@FP 1) 42000 BTU 2HP

OPERATION

When you connect the BREAKERMATIC Ultra 220 for the first time, or after a period of disconnection longer than 10min., it performs a short test of the input line. After a few seconds and if the input voltage is inside the safe voltage range, the BREAKERMATIC Ultra 220 turns on the output and the appliance connected to it signaling the NORMAL VOLTAGE condition. When the power fails for a shorter period (less than 10 min), the BREAKERMATIC Ultra 220 introduces a 4 min delay before turning on the output, signalling the DELAY CYCLE state. In either case, if the voltage goes outside of the safe range, the OVER VOLTAGE or UNDER VOLTAGE condition is signalled, and the output is turned off. When the voltage returns within the safe range, the DELAY CYCLE is restarted.