Power Conditioners

Our Power Conditioners are designed and manufactured to reduce the common mode noise on the line.

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Build configurations and capabilities

Electrical Characteristics

Up to 500kVA


1-Phase, 3-Phase

Up to 600Vrms


Enclosures (NEMA 1, 3, 4, 4X)


Circuit breakers

EMO switches

Locking devices


Line filters


Ring-lug compatibility

Touch-safe barriers

Noise Attenuation


0.05mHz = 10dB

0.15mHz = 40dB

0.50mHz = 60dB

1.50mHz = 60dB

5.00mHz = 60dB

20.00mHz = 55dB


0.05mHz = 50dB

0.15mHz = 50dB

0.50mHz = 60dB

1.50mHz = 60dB

5.00mHz = 60dB

20.00mHz = 55dB

Examples of Power Conditioners


31 kVA Power Conditioner

3-Phase, 60Hz

Input = 208Vrms L-L

Output = 208Vrms at 60Arms

Output = 3x 120Vrms 1-P @ 25Arms

NEMA 1 enclosure, filter


5 kVA Power Conditioner

3-Phase, 50/60Hz

Input = 208Vrms

Output = 208Vrms a 24Arms; 20pF to ground

15kV working

NEMA1 enclosure


5 kVA Power Conditioner

1-Phase, 50/60Hz

Input = 208/120Vrms

Output = 208Vrms @ 5kVA

NEMA1 enclosure, circuit protection

Over temperature switches, GFI

About Power Conditioners

Power conditioners are isolation transformers in enclosures assembled with a variety of associated electronic components to provide high levels of noise attenuation over a broad spectrum of frequencies. The main transformer design and selected components are chosen depending on the required level of noise attenuation. These are often combined with circuit protection, GFI's and/or any number of other electromechanical components.

Equipment manufacturers find it advantageous to add line (power) conditioning to their systems in order to protect against the instability of global power sources. Line conditioners protect against voltage spikes that can damage sensitive electronics.

QT&E power conditioners work to both protect systems from voltage spikes and increase throughput on yield by reducing electrical interference that can disrupt equipment functions and production processes.