GFS Power

FCA 2000..AC/AC Frequency Converter

FCA2000

FCA2000 series is a compact AC/AC frequency converter that uses established design techniques to ensure high reliability. Suitable for a wide range of applications.

FCA2000 features full electronic protection, high efficiency and low output noise. The built-in fan provides sufficient airflow for operation without de-rating up to 50°C ambient temperature.

Extended operating temperature (-40 to +65°C) is available. The converter can be loaded with a fluorescent lamp load up to the full specified output power.

Input Voltage: 115 or 230VAC, 48…410Hz +/-20% are standard. Other inputs available, please consult factory

Input Protection: Thermal fuse, Inrush current limiting, Reverse polarity protection; Isolation 2250 VDC input to chassis / 2250 VDC input to output / 2250 VDC output to chassis

Output Voltage: 115VAC / 60Hz / 17.3A or 115VAC / 400Hz / 17.3A or 230VAC / 50Hz / 8.6A continuous with grounded neutral; Isolated floating output optional (Consult factory for other voltages and frequencies)

Wave Form: Sinusoidal

Total Harmonic Distortion: Less than 5% at full load

Efficiency: Min 78% at full load

Line Regulation: Maximum 0.5%

Load Regulation: Maximum ±6% from 10% load to full load

Output Protection: Current limiting with short circuit protection, thermal shutdown with automatic recovery in case of continuous overload or insufficient airflow

EMI: Meets EN 55022 Class B

Load Crest Factor: Maximum 3.0 at 90% load

Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to +50°C

Extended range available (Consult factory)

Humidity: 5 – 95% non-condensing

Temperature Drift: 0.05% per °C over operating temperature range

Dimensions: 5.3” X 13.8” x 16.75” (H x L x W) enclosed case

Connections:

  • Input: Compression-type terminal
  • Output: Standard AC receptacle

Weight: 25 pounds (11.35 Kg)

Safety: Compliance to IEC950, CSA C22.2 No. 950 and UL 1950. Please contact factory for approval status for the requested input/output configuration

Options: Output Fail Alarm (Form C); Remote Inhibit: By connecting DC voltage (as specified) to the inhibit terminals

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