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Mid-Continent True Blue Ac-DC Converter 280 Watts

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Part# 11-14193
MFR Model# 6430280-1

Overview

The highly efficient TC280 AC-to-DC Converter produces 280 watts of power from an aircraft’s 115 VAC input. Engineered to run cooler and featuring a fanless design, the TC280 saves energy and reduces weight. It produces enough energy to power electronic equipment throughout the aircraft, including in-seat, cabin and cockpit power applications. It has a compact and lightweight design that can be conveniently mounted in the floor or cabin wall.
  • Supplies 280 watts of 28 volt power
  • Greater than 88% energy efficiency
  • Compact and lighter design weighing only 2.0 lb
  • Input transit, overload, and short circuit-protection
  • Designed and built in Wichita, KA, USA
   
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Features

  • Output Current: 10 amps
  • Input Voltage: 115 ± 10 VAC, 350-800 Hz
  • Output Voltage: 28 VDC ± 3%
  • Efficiency: >88%
  • Remote Control: Remote On/Off
  • Cooling None: required
  • Overload and Short Circuit Protection: Input transient, overload and short circuit protection
  • Designed and Manufactured: Wichita, Kansas, USA
  • Warranty: Two-year limited

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