Acme T2535183S Distribution Transformer AT1016
|Primary Configuration||Two Winding|
|Secondary Configuration||Two Winding|
|Temperature Rise (°C)||115|
|Insulation System (°C)||180|
|Enclosure Rating||NEMA 3R|
|Construction Style||Enclosed, Encapsulated Core & Coil|
|Connection Type||Wire leads|
|Sound Level (dB)||Below NEMA standards|
|Agency Approvals||NEMA, ANSI and OSHA standards|
This transformer can also be wired to be used as an autotransformer. For more information, see "Economical Auto Arrangements" under related documents.
This ACME transformer comes enclosed in a UL Type 3R encapsulated enclosure to allow indoor or outdoor use without the need for weather shields. The enclosure is also UL listed and CSA certified to meet or exceed all listing criteria including NEMA, ANSI and OSHA standards.
All lead wire terminations are copper for a much better conductivity. It is also lighter, and more flexible for easier wiring. This model has a front access wiring compartment with various knockouts for wall mounting. It's a quality product that is easy to set-up and easy to work with.
- UL listed, CSA certified and UL 3R enclosure meets or exceeds all listing criteria including NEMA, ANSI, and OSHA standards
- UL 3R enclosure allows indoor/outdoor service, rugged in its non-ventilated construction
- UL Class 155°C insulation system, 115°C rise
- Large wiring compartment, no conduit or pull boxes required. Front access for wiring ease. Wiring compartment remains cool
- Plenty of knockouts for multi-directional entry
- Ground studs for use with non-metallic conduit
- Electrical grade silica and resin compounds completely enclose the core and coil to seal out moisture and air
- Encapsulation eliminates corrosion and insulation deterioration
- Sound levels fall well below NEMA standards with a quiet operation
- Shielded for cleaner power
- Keyhole mounting slots for mounting bolts prior to installation are accessible from the front
- Lifting ears on both sides for easy installation
- Flexible copper lead wire terminations allow easy wiring outside of the wiring compartment
What is a Transformer and How Does It Work?
Transformers change voltage through electromagnetic induction between the primary and secondary winding coils. This video illustrates the basics of how transformers work.