Servo Electronic Power Line Conditioners

General Commercial & Industrial Solutions

The Ashley-Edison PCS and OPCS ranges of  Servo Electronic based Single and Three Phase Power Line Conditioners protect against voltage fluctuations and line disturbances.

Incorporating all the features and protection levels found in an SES Series Stabiliser, Ashley-Edison PCS / OPCS Power Conditioners also offer, through the integration of a double wound isolation transformer, enhanced transient voltage surge defence and additional common and transverse electrical noise protection - delivering what is commonly referred to as a “CLEAN” supply.

 

To learn more about the comprehensive ranges of Servo Electronic Power Line Conditioners available from Ashley-Edison please check-out the series listings below:

 

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SINGLE PHASE - 1 to 60 kVA    THREE PHASE  - 6 to 500 kVA
PCS  PCS-2P   PCS 

Single Phase  - 2 Wire

 Split Single Phase  - 3 Wire

 

Three Phase  - 4 / 3 Wire

 PCS Single Phase Power Line Conditioners

OPCS Single Phase Outdoor Power Line Conditioners

 

PCS Three Phase Power Line Conditioner

1 to 60 kVA 3 to 60 kVA    6 to 500 kVA
Indoor (IP20 / NEMA 1) Indoor (IP20 / NEMA 1)    Indoor (IP20 / NEMA 1)

PCS - Single Phase IP20 / NEMA 1 style models utilising  SES /  Servo Electronic design with an inbuilt Isolation Transformer.

PCS-2P - US Style Split Single Phase IP20 / NEMA 1 Style Models for electrical distribution systems commonly found in North American residential and light commercial buildings.

 

PCS - Three Phase IP20 / NEMA 1 style models utilising  SES /  Servo Electronic design with an inbuilt Isolation Transformer.

Also available in IP54 / NEMA 3 Style
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Also available in IP54 / NEMA 3 Style
Enclosures >
 Learn More

 

Also available in IP54 / NEMA 3 Style
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International (H Series) & US (L Series) Voltage Models

US (L Series) Voltage Models

 

International (H Series) & US (L Series) Voltage Models

 

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