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UNITED AUTOMATION  PSR-25  POWER CONTROL MODULE

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  • External Depth: 56mm
  • External Width: 43mm
  • Isolation Voltage: 1.5kV
  • On State Current Max: 25A
  • Operating Temperature Max: 65°C
  • Operating Temperature Min: 0°C
  • Output Voltage Max: 600V
  • RoHS Compliant: Yes
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Supply Frequency: 60Hz
  • Supply Voltage Max: 253VAC
  • Supply Voltage Min: 99VAC

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According to the Spec Sheet this Control needs a 1 C/W at 25 amps. My question is the 25 amps based on the power flowing through the controller with no suppression of voltage or 25 amps with full suppression of voltage. I will be using this device to control a 5500 Watt / 240V Hot Water Heater Element. Most of its life will be at about 1/4 power so if I understand I will be suppressing about 12-15 amps which looks to need about 2 C/W

Am I understanding correctly or am I full of "stuff" ? :-)

Thanks, David
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