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Marine Isolation Transformer, 12KVA with Terminals, 50A, Input 240V 50/60Hz, Output 120/240V 60Hz, 16Dx15Wx12H

Model # 5369616 | Mfg # 93-IXFMR12T-A

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When properly installed, Charles Marine Isolation transformers will electrically isolate the AC shore power from the boat's AC power system. The boat's electrical system and the grounding conductor are not actually connected to the shore-side power. There is no direct electrical connection between earth-grounded shore AC power and the onboard electrical system. The shore ground is connected to a shield that is wound between the primary (shore) and the secondary (boat) transformer winding. The connection of this grounding wire only to the shield of the transformer isolates the boat's AC electrical system from shore.

Compliance with independent testing lab requirements maximize safety

  • Marine UL listing ensures durability and safety
  • Greatly reduced potential for in-water shock hazard
  • Eliminates the need for polarity alarms and galvanic isolators

Superior technology guarantees top performance

  • Fully-encapsulated components and transformer windings
  • Full current carrying shield per ABYC E-11

Easy to install and use

  • Occupies less space and easier to install than most units
  • Terminal blocks for easy customer connections
  • 3.6 KVA and 12 KVA units mount to either bulkhead or deck
  • 24 KVA unit mounts to deck only

Corrosion-resistant housing and components

  • Convection-cooled enclosure meets the intent of NEMA 3R requirements

Marine Isolation Transformer, 12KVA with Terminals, 50A, Input 240V 50/60Hz, Output 120/240V 60Hz, 16Dx15Wx12H

Amperage 50 Amps
ISO Approved Marine UL Listed
cUL Listed
Multi Bank Chargers 1 Bank
Type Transformers
Voltage 100-240 Volts AC
Warranty Details One Year

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