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100KVA TP1 208V-120/240V

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    Product
    Energy Efficient Transformer
    Enclosure Code
    22D
    Enclosure Type
    NEMA 2
    Insulation Temperature
    428 °F (220 °C)
    Phase
    1 phase
    Primary Voltage
    208 V
    Power Rating
    100 kVA
    Secondary Voltage
    120/240 V
    Full Capacity Taps
    2 5 % FCBN
    Temperature Rise
    150 °C
    Winding Material
    Aluminium
    Contractual warranty
    Warranty
    18 months
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    • English1
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    Square D EE Low Voltage Distribution Transformers Catalog (Version 1.0)
    Description
    Schneider Electric introduced the first TP1-compliant low voltage dry-type distribution transformers in December 1998. With the 2005 Energy Act, Schneider Electric is expanding its offering of TP-1-compliant products by launching a new line of TP-1 qualified transformers. Additionally, The Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) of Natural Resources Canada(NRCan) has amended Canadas Energy Efficiency Regulations to require Canadian dealers to comply with minimum energy performance standards for dry-type transformers imported or shipped inter-provincially for sale or lease in Canada.
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    Size 1.2 MB
    Date 13/04/07
    Description
    Schneider Electric introduced the first TP1-compliant low voltage dry-type distribution transformers in December 1998. With the 2005 Energy Act, Schneider Electric is expanding its offering of TP-1-compliant products by launching a new line of TP-1 qualified transformers. Additionally, The Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) of Natural Resources Canada(NRCan) has amended Canadas Energy Efficiency Regulations to require Canadian dealers to comply with minimum energy performance standards for dry-type transformers imported or shipped inter-provincially for sale or lease in Canada.
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