ETi Automatic Air Dehydrator ADH-3COM (USED)
ETi Automatic Air Dehydrator ADH-3COM Rackmounted(USED)
Brand: Environmental Technology, Inc. (ETi)
Part number: 17479
This ADH–3COM Automatic Dehydrator Rackmounted unit supplies low pressure –40˚F (–40˚C) maximum dew point air to keep waveguide and coax dry. The standard pressure is 0.5 psig (34.5 mbar) with 3 psig (207 mbar) and 6 psig (414 mbar) options. Standard features include automatic regeneration, alarm and low pressure relays and an RS–422/RS–485 communications interface thus making unattended operation practical. The ADH–3COM uses LED displays and indicators to provide a wide viewing angle and good visibility under lowlight conditions. Displayed information includes status, operating and fault diagnosis data along with air pump operating time.
The ADH–3COM operates with exceptionally low noise and vibration levels. The dehydrator uses aluminium oxide desiccant for high efficiency. The humidity sensor causes regeneration
based upon current dew point rather than at fixed time intervals for additional energy savings and long desiccant life. Dual micro controllers and solid state circuitry insure reliability.
The ADH–3COM requires only 5-1/4" of panel space. An internal evaporator eliminates the need for a water drain. The dehydrator operates from 120/230 volts 50/60 Hz. A user-set
jumper selects the display of either SI or English units.
The ADH–3COM consumes a maximum of 150 watts during regeneration and approximately 60 watts otherwise. Thus, this product creates an exceptionally low heat load for an automatic dehydrator. For complete information describing its application, installation and features, please contact us.
• Improves microwave system reliability
• High energy efficiency
• Unattended operation
• International capability
• Automatic regeneration
• Direct digital control
• Output capacity 26 scfh (736 lph)
• 120/230 volt 50/60 Hz operation standard
• English or SI calibration standard
• S–A and terminal communication protocols
• CE certification
• U–L 1950/IEC 950 pending