Larson Electronics LLC, one of the well-known industrial lighting system developers, has recently announced the launch of a new power distribution system. This system can be ideally used across indoor and outdoor worksites including shipyards and construction sites. In addition, it has been reported that the system can support three-phase 480V equipment with single phase 120/240V AC from direct grid and generators.
As per reliable sources, mobile temporary power distribution system maintains the reliability and safety of electric equipment. The CEO of Larson Electronics LLC, Rob Bresnahan stated that in power distribution systems, safety, reliability, and durability are crucially important while dealing with outside elements. He further cleared that their indoor and outdoor transformers were engineered for performing under critical conditions and avoid potential damage from tough barriers. This is evident from the fact that Larson has quite a reputation in distribution transformer market, claim experts.
The company states that this newly developed power distribution system is constructed with high-grade materials and is to be used in heavy-duty industrial applications as well as demanding conditions. The incorporation of carbon steel tube frame in assembly will protect the transformer from susceptible damage, claim reports. The installation of locking polyurethane casters, forklift skid pockets, and eyelet on the upper frame will help users to lift power distribution system very easily with the use of chain hooks or cables. With a plethora of benefits in tow, this equipment is likely to gain traction in myriad energy-related verticals, including distribution transformer industry, affirm analysts.
The customized approach that Larson has taken in this regard is likely to speed up the launch of diverse power distribution products and industry-grade lighting systems in distribution transformer market. These power distribution systems can be used across widespread application areas such as military, automobile, marine, food processing, construction, manufacturing and oil & gas, say reports.
For the record, all the equipment are NEMA 3R rated for indoor and outdoor applications and the mobile temporary power distribution system is certified with UL 1640.