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A set of power distribution units designed for the Semiconductor Equipment Industry.

Power Distribution Units

Also known as a PDU

Stand-alone power conversion sources, as produced by QTE, have incorporated numerous safeguards for main power applications. These can include circuit breakers, ground fault interrupts, thermal switches, shunt trips, active/passive EMO circuits and a hose of other options.

Additionally, many designs include options such as Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCR's), line filters, distribution busses, indicator lights for virtually any signaling requirements and more.

Our Capabilities

***BELOW SPECIFICATIONS ARE ONLY REPRESENTATIVE OF OUR STANDARD REQUESTS AND DO NOT ACCOUNT FOR POSSIBLE CUSTOM POWER DISTRIBUTION UNITS REQUIREMENTS OR POSSIBILITIES.

Electrical

Power Rating 1 kVA up to 500 kVA
Frequency 50/60 Hz, 400 Hz up to 2 kHz
Voltages
  • up to 1 kVrms input
  • up to 1 kVrms output
Options
  • Enclosures (NEMA 1, 3, 4, 4x)
  • Circuit Protection
  • Emergency Off Safety Switches
  • Receptacles
  • Casters
  • Ring-lug compatibility terminal connections

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Power Conditioners Units designed to privide reliable power to your system. They typically will not treat the power as a Power Conditioner would.

Power Rating

We can design our Power Distribution Units with power rating from 500 VA up to 1 MVA. This large range for power rating capabilities allows our customers to have a "one-stop-shop" in meeting all of their transformer needs. This convenience allows for time-reduction and efficiency in coordination.

Frequency

Many of our customers have specific requirements that need to be met. Designing a transformer to run at a specific frequency help our customers design solutions that can work as needed. Most commonly, we design 50 Hz and/or 60 Hz units (we can design a single unit that will be able to run at 50 and 60 Hz)1. Furthermore, we can design units to run from 400 Hz upto 500 kHz. This flexibility is enable our customers to design solutions that will work as intended.

Phases

We can design and build our Power Distribution Units to either single or three phase configurations. We have built both large and small single phase units to meet our customer's specifications with configurations including Single Phase Three Wire Grounded Midpoint, Single Phase Two Wire Grounded Neutral, and Single Wire Grounded Return. In addition, we can design to numerous three phase configurations, including, but not limited to:

  • Three Phase Wye Four Wire Grounded Neutral
  • Three Phase Wye Three Wire
  • Three Phase Wye Three Wire Grounded Neutral
  • Three Phase Why Four Wire Non-Grounded Neutral
  • Three Phase Delta Three Wire
  • Three Phase Delta Four Wire Grounded Midpoint
  • Three Phase Open Delta Four Wire Grounded Midpoint
  • Three Phase Open Delta Four Wire Grounded Junction
Single phase transformer schematic symbol.

World's Voltages

We can design our units for a broad sprectrum of voltages enabling our customers to build units for every country in the world. With no limitations on capabilites of designing to the World's commercial voltages, our customers have found Quality Transformer & Electronics to be an envaluable resource when "spec-ing out" their next solution.

Examples

Example 1

Electrical

Power Rating 375 kVA
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Phases Three
Primary 380/400/415 Vrms
Secondary 480/277 Vrms @ 450 Arms
Notes
  • NEMA1 enclosure
  • 600 Amp electronic trip primary circuit breaker
  • Output overcurrent reset circuit breaker
  • EMO/Auxiliary cooling current
  • Minimal inrush current
  • K-factor 21 rated

Mechanical

Width 40.00"
Length 33.75"
Height 43.00"
Weight 3,000 lbs
375 kVA Power Distribution Unit, three phase, 50/60 Hz.

Example 2

144 kVA Power Supply with circuit protection and EMO switch.

Electrical

Power Rating 144 kVA
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Phases Three
Primary 200/208/220/240/380/400/415/440/480 Vrms L-L Delta
Secondary 208/120 Vrms @ 144 kVA
Notes
  • NEMA1 enclosure
  • 600 Amp adjustable electronic trip
  • Circuit breaker with rotary handle
  • Secondary 400 Amp adjustable electronic trip
  • Circuit breaker
  • Emergency off button
  • Main power indicator lamp

Mechanical

Width 10.00"
Length 5.50"
Height 11.25"
Weight 450 lbs

Example 3

Electrical

Power Rating 144 kVA
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Phases Three
Primary 400/420/440 Vrms L-L Delta
Secondary 208/120 Vrms WYE @ 144 kVA
Notes
  • NEMA1 enclosure
  • Primary 250 Amp adjustable electronic trip circuit breaker
  • Secondary 400 Amp ajustable electronic trip circuit breaker
  • GFI
  • Emergency off button with shroud
  • Input and output power indicator lamps

Mechanical

Width 24.00"
Length 48.00"
Height 51.00"
Weight 1,500 lbs
144 kVA Power Distribution Unit with enclosed circuit protection in an ANSI grey NEMA 1 enclosure.

Example 4

150 kVA power distribution unit.

Electrical

Power Rating 150 kVA
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Phases Three
Primary 220/240/380/400/415/440/480 Vrms L-L Delta
Secondary 208/120 Vrms WYE +/- 5% taps @ 150 kVA
Notes
  • NEMA1 enclosure
  • Primary/secondary circuit breakers
  • 140oC Thermal switches on each coil
  • Emergency off circuitry
  • Certified CE, NRTL to UL 1561, EN 60742

Mechanical

Width 20.00"
Length 40.00"
Height 43.00"
Weight 1,700 lbs

How to Order

What You'll Need

Our engineers are well-versed and knowledgable and will be able to help guid you through the design and spec'ing process. However, even they will need to know a few parameters before they can design your transformer. Below is a list of the things they will need to know in order to design your Power Conditioners:

  • Power Rating of the transformer (required)
  • Operating frequency (required)
  • Input and output voltages (required)
  • Output current (required)
  • Whether you will be needed an enclosure
  • Whether or not circuit protection is required
  • Whether or not a saftey EMO swith is needed
  • Termination requirements (i.e., ring-lug compatibility, etc.)

If you do not know how to necessarily spec out a transformer, or need more information, we have many ways of helping you figure it out. To start, check out our Resources Center. If that doesn't help, contact us at the phone number or email address above. One of our Technical Assistants and Engineers will be more than happy to assist you.

How to Contact Us

Quality Transformer and Electronics
963 Ames Avenue
Milpitas, CA 95035
United States

Phone: +1 (408) 263-8444
Fax: +1 (408) 263-8448
Email: Sales@QTE.com

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