Low Voltage Isolation Transformer Rentals

Low Voltage Isolation Transformer Rentals
  • Equipment specification range may include:
  • 3Ø 75kVA to 1500kVA units available
  • Primary Voltage:  480V or 600V 3Ø
  • Secondary Voltage:  120/208V 3Ø
  • NEMA 3R rated
  • Protective frames with crane, forklift and pallet jack lifting points

The Low Voltage Isolation Transformers we carry in stock include 75kVA up to 1500kVA with primary voltages ranging from 480V to 600V and secondary, 120V to 280V.

The typical application of these transformers is to step down from 480V or 600V and from 120V to 280V. A second application is the pairing of transformers stepping up from 120V to 280V to 600V for a long run and stepping back down to decrease voltage line drop and loss.

If you do not find the low voltage isolation transformer you’re looking for here or in our catalogue, please contact us. One of our Power Specialists will work with you to find the right power solution for your needs.

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