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Old 09-08-2020, 04:49 PM
wiota wiota is offline
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Default FS: Equitech 3Q Balanced Power Conditioner 220V to 110V in SoCal

Here is a Equitech 3Q Balanced Power Conditioner. The exact model is ET3Q. Line in voltage is 208/240v 60Hz. The load is 120V, capacity 24A. It doesn't have any special Equi=Tech options other than a CATV filter.

Price is $2800.

This was used in our commercial recording studio to convert the 220 volts to 110 for the recording gear. We used it from about 2004 to 2006, when we closed the studio and it's been sitting, unused, in my house ever since.

This unit cannot take 110 volt power, it must have 220v. I don't have the rack ears or the power cable. I tested the unit and it's working fine.

There are a few scratches on the top of the unit, but the front is very clean and it still has the original plastic film covering the display. The back is also in perfect shape.

This thing is a beast, weighing in at 96 pounds, so shipping it will be expensive.
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Last edited by wiota; 09-08-2020 at 04:56 PM. Reason: Fixed model number
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