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 PowerVar Power Conditioners

Power Conditioners incorporate a low impedance isolation transformer, as well as a surge diverter and power line filter to eliminate noise, spikes
and transients before they have a chance to wreak havoc on your POS equipment.
■ Product sizes range from 78 watts  to 2500 watts capacity
■ Suitable for use with instrumentation, analyzers, Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, ATMs, security systems, etc.
■ Prevents hardware destruction, component degradation and operational disruption
■ Red flashing LED  warns if the AC outlet is missing its input safety ground
■ Surge Let through voltage is less than 10 volts normal mode and less than 0.5 volts neutral-to-ground

 
 

PowerVar Model Amps In/Out
Volts
Load Power (VA) SKU Price
Refurbished
ABC065-11 0.65 120 78 PWRVAR065  $44.95
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ABC100-11 1 120 120 PWRVAR100  $49.95
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ABC150-11 1.5 120 180 PWRVAR150  $59.95
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ABC201-11 2 120 240 PWRVAR201  $69.95
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ABC302-11 3 120 360 PWRVAR302  $79.95
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ABC402-11 4 120 480 PWRVAR402  $89.95
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ABC500-11 5 120 600 PWRVAR500  $109.95
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ABC600-11 6 120 720 PWRVAR600 $119.95
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All power supplies include a line cord and rear mounted device outlets.

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How do I size a line conditioner for my POS system?

Line conditioners are sized according to the maximum continuous amount of current, measured in Amps (A), that they can supply at the rated Voltage (V). This is expressed in Volt-Amps (VA), or  watts (1 VA = 1 watt). A 120 Volt device rated at 1 Amp would be (120 x 1 = 120 VA) or 120 Watts. Most devices have a plate or the rated voltage and current stamped on the device generally near where the power plugs in. For devices with external power supplies, use the ratings printed on the power supply.

As an example let's look at two common components used in a POS system  - a touch terminal and a receipt printer.

Terminal  - Find the label on the terminal and note the Amps required. In this case the amps are given in a range depending on the supply voltage. For 120 Volts the Amps would be about 0.65A. Multiple the volts with the amps to get the VA required, (129 x 65 = 78 VA). Find a conditioner that is rated at this VA or larger.

Receipt Printer - The Epson TM-T88V receipt printer uses a separate  PS-180 120 volt power supply. Find the input amps used, in this case 1.3 A. Multiple the volts with the amps to get the VA required (120 x 1.3 = 156 VA) Find a conditioner that is this VA or larger.

If using a single conditioner for multiple devices, just add the VA values together (78 + 156 = 234 VA) in the above two examples)

 

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