Up for sales is my Richard Grey Powerhouse Balanced
Conditioner. I purchased this new in
2014 and it was rack mounted until today.
I have changed my 2 channel system to an integrated amp with a network
player; hardly worthy of this massive (6,200 Watts of balanced power with a 5
kilowatt transformer). Please review the
photos as the unit is flawless. I have
the (4) casters and original packaging (pallet/box). The weight of this unit is 350 pounds and
will need to be shipped by freight truck only.
Also see photos of the AC Plug NEMA 6-30P; this requires a 240V electrical
receptacle. I had my electrician run the
line with 10 Gauge wire.
The RGPC PowerHouse
(available in black or silver) utilizes AV Grade Transformer design and
galvanic derived grounding, to eliminate ground loops and isolate AC
interference (Electrical Pollution) from other equipment in the AC power
System. The PowerHouse provides 6200 watts of Pure, Isolated AC power, that
enables installers to run a Dedicated 240V/120V Purified Service to equipment.
The PowerHouse employs an All Mode Balanced Surge Protection Design (SPD) to
ensure Bidirectional Protection and Reduced Ground Interference.
The Powerhouse combines a five-kilowatt isolation transformer
(that's three Substations) and a dual-choke 1200 Custom all in one rack
mountable chassis. The massive transformer provides almost three times as much
power as the RGPC Substation, while the 21 commercial-grade, 20-amp Hubbell
outlets provide RGPC's patented parallel technology for powering a rack full of
Dimensions (WHD) 17 x 12.2 x 22 inches
Net weight 350 lbs
Mounting Stand alone Floor / Shelf / Rack
Power Cord Hardwired, 8 ft, 10 AWG – blunt cord or NEMA 6-30P
Outlets 20 NEMA 5-20R, 1 NEMA 5-20R on front
Input Voltage 240 VAC (208 VAC available)
Output Voltage 120 VAC
Frequency 60 HZ
Output Power 51.6 A (6,200 Watts)
Purification Let through Performance < 12 Volts NM, <1
Volt CM AC
Surge Protection (type 2 and 3 locations) Balanced
Storage Temperature -40° C to 85° C
Operating Temperature -40° C to 65° C
This Must be Shipped Freight.