09/28/2022 2:43 p.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/inverter-type-electroluminescent-wire-220vac-to-60m-length-NW087/
Inverter type electroluminescent wire 220VAC to 60m length
REF: NW087
Specifications
  • Inverter for electroluminescent cable, in power supply format (85-245 VAC).
  • Size: 118 x 69 x 30 mm.
  • Made of black plastic.
  • 50cm cable terminated in a 2-pin connector with polarity.
  • To feed electroluminescent cable of length up to 60m.
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PVP
31.95
Price including VAT: 31.95
PVD
27.35
Shipping costs: 12,61 *
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Specifications
  • Inverter for electroluminescent cable, in power supply format (85-245 VAC).
  • Size: 118 x 69 x 30 mm.
  • Made of black plastic.
  • 50cm cable terminated in a 2-pin connector with polarity.
  • To feed electroluminescent cable of length up to 60m.

More info

Inverter for electroluminescent cable, in power supply format (85-245 VAC). Size: 118 x 69 x 30 mm. Made of black plastic. 50cm cable terminated in a 2-pin connector with polarity. To feed electroluminescent cable of length up to 60m. Output: 80-150V (700-1100 Hz). The electronic circuit integrated in the inverter emits a slight hum when the electroluminescent wire is activated. This buzz is almost inaPreciable and is typical of this technology.
  • Gross Weight: 300 g
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Master-pack: 10

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Technical terms

  • Hz
  • Electroluminescence
  • VAC
Hz
One hertz is one cycle per second, meaning repeating cycle as an event. For example, hertz is applied physics measuring the number of times for a second wave (either acoustic or electromagnetic) is repeated or can be applied, among other uses, to ocean waves that reach the Beach vibrations per second or a solid. The quantity that measures the frequency hertz is called,in this regard, the inverse of the period. One hertz is an oscillation frequency of suffering a particle over a period of one second.

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