Sunday, October 6, 2013

High Power GFCI by TRC and Cable Coleman


Technology Research High Power HD-Pro Ground Fault Interrupters from Sords Electric
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With the  TRC HD-PRO Series heavy duty, high power ground fault interrupters (GFCIs) you can feel safe around electrical equipment used in wet environments.  Single and three phase models are available for pumps, motors, welders, pressure washers, portable conveyers, hoists, mining tools and a host of high powered machinery.  All HD-PRO models automatically reset after interruption and restoration of power, but will trip on detection of hazardous ground fault conditions.
TRC Hd-Pro GFCI's are available in 120V, 30A to 600V, 100A.
TRC engineered HD-PRO models with an adjustable trip level selector, HD-PRO 6.10.30 and HD-PRO 10.30.50.  This unique design allows the flexibility to select and lock in a trip level of 6, 10 or 30mA, or 10, 30 or 50mA, customizing each model for the specific type of equipment to maximize protection while avoiding unwanted tripping.
         

TRC engineers designed the HD-PRO models specifically for high current, rugged environments and these models are field-proven in all kinds of tough applications. The entire HD-PRO family (120V/30A to 600V/80A) is designed to trip within 25 milliseconds after ground fault detection at an adjustable selected trip level of 6, 10 or 30 mA.
Before the development of the HD-PRO Series, facilities with high current – high voltage equipment or three phase systems employed expensive ground fault breakers at the source of the branch circuit, or went without ground fault protection, leaving personnel and equipment unprotected.
Circuit breakers can withstand high current levels but have short mechanical lives and were not designed for switching duty. Localized ground faults, with circuit breakers, either shut down the whole branch circuit or were overloaded because the available devices were not portable and were often too costly.
The HD-PRO Series utilizes contactors that are fully rated for motor switching demands. In addition to being far less expensive than three phase breakers, the HD-PRO models protect expensive high current – high voltage equipment at the point of use while offering substantial shock protection for personnel.
TRC is an internationally recognized leader in electrical safety products that protect equipment, prevent electrical fires and protect against electrocution and serious injury from electrical shock.

High Power/ Heavy Duty GFCI's and ELCI's protect Motors, Pumps, Welders, Portable Conveyors, Freight Lifts, Pressure Washers

Heavy Duty - High Power ELCIs - 30A and 60A

Configured for both in-line and bulk head mount. Engineered to trip within 25 milliseconds. 
The TRC 24140 and 24500 have 2’ of cable on both line and load side. Will remain reset on power restoration following disruption of primary power.

24140 002 ELCI Volts/Amps: 240V/30A Cord Gauge: 10/4 AWG Trip Level: 10 mA Single Phase NEMA 4 Housing

24500 006 ELCI Volts/Amps: 208-240V/30A Cord Gauge: 10/4 AWG Trip Level: 10 mA Three Phase NEMA 4 Housing 


Configured for both in-line and bulk head mount. Engineered to trip within 25 milliseconds.  NEMA 4 polymer Enclosure
The TRC 24520, 24530 and 25560 have 2’ of cable on both line and load side. To prevent equipment startup after ELCI trips, manual reset required. Will reset on power restoration following disruption of primary power.

24520 001  Volts/Amps: 120V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/3 AWG  Trip Level: 10 mA  Single Phase

24530 001  Volts/Amps: 240V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  Trip Level: 10 mA  Three Phase

25560 001  Volts/Amps: 380V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  Trip Level: 30 mA  Three Phase


Configured for both in-line and bulk head mount. Engineered to trip within 25 milliseconds.  NEMA 4 polymer Enclosure
The TRC 24396, 24542, 24646, 24672 and 24846 have 2’ of cable on both line and load side. To prevent equipment startup after GFCI/ELCI trips, manual reset required. Will reset on power restoration following disruption of primary power. 6.10.30TM key enables trip level selection and locking at a trip level with key removal.

24396 001 Volts/Amps: 277V/30A Cord Gauge: 10/3 AWG TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA Single Phase

24542 001 Volts/Amps: 208-240V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24646 001 Volts/Amps: 480V/30A Cord Gauge: 10/4 AWG TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA Three Phase

24672 001 Volts/Amps: 480V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 &30 mA  Three Phase

24846 001 Volts/Amps: 208-240V/30A  Cord Gauge: 8/5 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase


Configured for both in-line and bulk head mount. Engineered to trip within 25 milliseconds.  NEMA 4 polymer Enclosure
The TRC 24396, 24542, 24646, 24672 and 24846 have 2’ of cable on both line and load side. To prevent equipment startup after GFCI/ELCI trips, manual reset required. Will reset on power restoration following disruption of primary power. 6.10.30TM key enables trip level selection and locking at a trip level with key removal.

24736 001 Volts/Amps: 480V/100A  Cord Gauge: 2/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24786 001  Volts/Amps: 208-240V/80A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24796 001  Volts/Amps: 480V/80A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24946 003  Volts/Amps: 600V/60A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24992 001  Volts/Amps: 600V/80A  Cord Gauge: 4/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase

24994 001  Volts/Amps: 600V/100A  Cord Gauge: 2/4 AWG  TripLevel:6,10 & 30 mA  Three Phase


















Configured for both in-line and bulk head mount. Engineered to trip within 25 milliseconds.  NEMA 4 16 gauge steel enclosure.
To prevent equipment startup after EGFPD or GFCI/ELCI trips, manual reset required. Will reset on power restoration following disruption of primary power. 
Key enables trip level selection and locks at a trip level with key removal.

For the below units, please call Sords Electric or use our Parts Form Request to receive a quotation

44110 012  EGFPD (Equipment Ground Fault Protection Devices)  CSA Listed
Volts/Amps: 208-240V/30A TripLevel:10,30 & 50 mA  Three Phase

44140 012  EGFPD (Equipment Ground Fault Protection Devices)  CSA Listed
Volts/Amps: 208-240V/60A TripLevel:10,30 & 50 mA  Three Phase

44120 012 EGFPD (Equipment Ground Fault Protection Devices)  CSA Listed
Volts/Amps: 480V/30A TripLevel:10,30 & 50 mA  Three Phase

44130 012 EGFPD (Equipment Ground Fault Protection Devices)  CSA Listed
Volts/Amps: 480V/60A TripLevel:10,30 & 50 mA  Three Phase

44610 001  GFCI / ELCI 
Volts/Amps: 208-240V/30A TripLevel:10,30 & 30 mA  Three Phase

44640 001  GFCI / ELCI 
Volts/Amps: 208-240V/60A TripLevel:10,30 & 30 mA  Three Phase

44620 001 GFCI / ELCI 
Volts/Amps: 480V/30A TripLevel:10,30 & 30 mA  Three Phase

44630 001 GFCI / ELCI 
Volts/Amps: 480V/60A TripLevel:10,30 & 30 mA  Three Phase

Why use Ground Fault:

A “Ground Fault” is a dangerous electrical condition where current flows unintentionally between a live conductor and ground. A severe or fatal electric shock can occur when a user touches the pressure washer if the machine is ungrounded. This could happen if the power cord to extension cord connections become wet or a fault exists within the pressure washer’s sophisticated electrical system. GFCI’s prevent possible electrocution and equipment damage due to electrical malfunction. Once the GFCI trips, the power is interrupted, stopping the pressure washer power and making it electrically safe for people and preventing costly equipment damage.

Avoiding electrical accidents and equipment damage are keys to reducing liability and increasing productivity. Minimum ground fault, GFCI, protection can be incorporated into the main power disconnect device and could be considered adequate for the entire system. However, in such a design, any downstream ground fault could trip the main protective device resulting in a complete substation power outage. The NEC's purpose, in its own words, is "the practical safeguarding of persons and property…but not necessarily efficient, convenient, or …for good service…" (Article 90.1A, B). In other words, system reliability is left to common sense and good engineering design practices. For this reason ground fault, GFCI, protection of the circuit may be highly desirable and recommended for reliable and continuous operation.
Technology Research Corporation (TRC) is a leading manufacturer of electrical safety products. Based in Clearwater, Florida, TRC designs, develops and manufactures products that prevent electrical fires and protect people and pets from electrocution and serious injury caused by electrical shock.
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