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ProMariner ProSafe FAILSAFE Galvanic Isolators

ProMariner ProSafe FAILSAFE Galvanic Isolators

Description

The ProMariner ProSafe FAILSAFE Galvanic Isolators ensures shore power safety ground wire is maintained through the isolator.

Features

  • Meets ISO 8846 and can be mounted within an engine compartment
  • Robust high power diodes
  • Does not require a dedicated monitor to verify the operational status of the galvanic isolator
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ProSafe FS installs easily and does not require a dedicated monitor to verify the operational status of the galvanic isolator as required by non FailSafe Certified galvanic isolators.

  • ProSafe FS 30 is built on robust FlatPack semiconductor platforms ensuring that in the event of a failure, the failure is safe by not compromising the ground continuity on-board when connected to AC Shore Power.
  • Certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Insures shore power safety ground wire is maintained through the isolator.
  • Robust high power diodes allow the FS Series to meet the new FailSafe criteria for conducting inrush currents of 3,000 amps for the required duration period.
  • Ignition Protected
    Meets ISO 8846 and can be mounted within an engine compartment.
  • Gold Plated Terminations
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