Although the Behlman BL1500 has been helping oil-industry companies succeed for eighteen years, it has been continuously improved to keep up with the leading edge of emerging exploration technology. As a result, no matter how old or new the exploration system, BL1500 is the perfect choice for delivering ultra-reliable down-hole power.
The Behlman BL1500 unit is powered from 115 VAC, 47-63 Hz and provides two ranges of high-voltage AC at 60 Hz. Units can be stacked for increased power. Protective circuits include input, short circuit, constant current and thermal protection. BL1500 power supplies have an RS 485 interface, allowing units to be controlled and monitored remotely from a central station. They operate from 32 to 131 degrees F (0 to 55 degrees C), and have high-strength 19-inch rack mount chassis 3.5" high x 21.5" deep (48.25 cm wide x 7.87 cm high x 54.61 deep).
According to Behlman President,
Full specifications for the Behlman BL1500 Power Supply are immediately available at http://www.behlman.com/pdf/bl1500-2021.pdf.
The BL1500 is one of many Behlman power supplies that support the petroleum industry.
For example, the Behlman BL5000-CE-5758A Frequency Converter is both a rugged 19-inch rack mount system and a highly portable four-case mounted system, to meet long-term stationery needs, as well as the need for periodic location changes. It can be powered from either 120 VAC or 230 VAC input at 47 to 63 Hz. Output power is 700 VAC, L-N, three-phase at 5,000 VA.
Full specifications are available at http://www.behlman.com/pdf/BL5000-CE-5758.pdf, and virtually unlimited modifications are possible.
standard, custom and COTS power solutions, including AC power supplies, frequency converters, inverters, DC-DC, AC-DC, DC-AC, uninterruptible power supplies, and VPX/VME power supplies.
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