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Power Supply for MP160, MP150 or GASSYS

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Power Supply for MP150
Part #: AC150A

This in-line switching transformer (+12 volt, 4.17 amp) connects the MP160, MP150, or GASSY2 to the AC mains wall outlet.

One transformer is included with each MP160 Starter System or GASSYS2 Gas Analysis System.

All AC series in-line power transformers are CE marked for the EC Low Voltage Directive and EMC Directive. All transformers have UL and TUV approval. The units have standard IEC power input plugs and operate over mains power ratings of 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz.

Specify USA or EURO power cord.

MP150 Power Supply
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