I am selling a 120 volt Richard Gray Substation. The substation is about 6 years old. It was part of a home theater system that is only used a few hours each month the rest of the time it has sat unplugged. I have rated it an 8 due to age. I do have the factory box but can’t seem to find the paperwork.
From the Richard Gray - Rated at 2,000 watts, the 120-volt Substation is ideal for video distribution amps as well s power amps where total system power requirements do not exceed 2,000 watts. It has a true isolated winding – No connection from secondary to Ground Hot or neutral. Should anything short to Ground, the Substation floats that short to Ground and the short acts as a neutral.
This will be expensive to ship. The box will weigh about 70 pounds and with insurance at the selling price it will cost about $100 dollars to ship via UPS.