Gamme Naïade Isolation transformers

One phase galvanic isolation transformer

Power Rating

  • 5 KVA - 500 KVA one phase output unit uses the latest DSP/PWM technology to provide the most advanced performance and reliability features


  • 208 or 480 Vac input 50-60Hz


  • 208Y/120 or 480Y/277VAC
  • <200 nanoseconds response time


  • Meets NFPA 101, NFPA 70, NEC and OSHA standards


  • Provides overload, surge and undercurrent protection
  • Surge protection against load surges as defined in ANSI/IEEE C62.45 category A and B

Diagnostics and Maintenance

  • DSP/PWM technology and IPOWER Watchdog Software provides complete self diagnostic capabilities and LED Monitoring
  • Informative advanced Display and Alarms keep you in control of your emergency lighting environment 24/7


  • Modular design and small footprint allow easy installation in electrical closet or other convenient locations
  • Forced air cooling for maximum reliability
  • All systems are self contained


  • Modular design enables flexible installation
  • Phone assisted factory start-up standard for all systems
  • Extended warranty available

Special Applications

  • IPOWER offers numerous UL924 optional devices to meet unusual or difficult application parameters
  • ECM - “Environmental Circuit Module” allows fixtures and lamps on the emergency circuit(s) to be operated by normal switching and/or dimming devices in NON-emergency conditions
  • Dimming Panel Interface allows use with emergency lights controlled by common dimmer panel


  • 1-Year full warranty on system electronics
  • System 1-year on-site warranty labor with phone assisted start-up
  • 5-Year power-train warranty
  • Maintenance contracts available

Most modern UPS systems do not include the internal transformers that were present in earlier designs. This evolution has increased efficiency while decreasing the weight, size, and raw materials consumption of UPS systems. In the new transformerless UPS designs, the transformers are optional and can be placed in the best location to achieve a required purpose. In older designs, transformers were typically installed in permanent positions where they provided no benefit, reduced system efficiency, or were not optimally located.


Every data center power system includes transformers. Isolation transformers have historically had a number of different roles in the power architecture of data centers, industries, automation..:

Voltage stepdown from medium-voltage mains supply to the utilization voltage.

Within a UPS, to act as an integral part of the power conversion circuits

To create a local ground-bonded neutral

Within power distribution units or a UPS, to reduce harmonic currents

To provide taps to accommodate abnormally high or low mains voltage

To eliminate ground loops with multiple generators or mains sources


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