New Industry Products

Pulizzi Engineering Releases the TPC 2365/LT Power-Distribution System

January 23, 2000 by Jeff Shepard

Pulizzi Engineering Inc. (Santa Ana, CA) recently released the TPC 2365/LT power-distribution system with auto voltage selection. The TPC 2365/LT is designed to automatically sense which voltage, 115Vac or 230Vac, is being applied to the IEC 60320 C20 power inlet. The internal circuitry is designed to auto-select the appropriate components of the TPC 2365/LT, adjusting for the input voltage. The company claims the device is ideal for use with auto-ranging or full-range power supplies.

The 1U high, 19 rack-mounted system is designed to include EMI/RFI filtering, spike/surge suppression, overload circuit protection, remote on/off control and an emergency power-off circuit. The TPC 2365/LT also has a standard Pulizzi latching remote circuit for optimum safety of equipment and personnel. The TPC 2365/LT is designed to operate within a range of 90Vac to 135Vac or 190Vac to 250Vac, 47Hz to 63Hz. The device features 12-switched IEC 60320 C13 outlets, with four outlets per switched section. Each group of outlets is rated by UL/CSA, 15A at 250Vac or VDE, 10A at 250Vac.