Frequency inverter/power conditioner with 60 Hz output, pure sine wave, noiseless. For US Hammonds to be used in Europe (50Hz) or on instable 60 Hz mains (accepts 40 to 400 Hz input). The sine converter fits all electromagnetic Hammonds including those with self-starting motors (H-, T-series).
Included is the controller unit the device offers tuning in cent or half note steps.
Crystal stabilized circuit, no deviation from set frequency. Simple installation, is looped into wires to run motor. Unique soft-start technology ensures proper starting even with weak start motors on 50 Hz mains: Frequency is raised smoothly from 50 to 60 Hz on start-up and locked. Output power 60W.
Relay output (up to 10A/230V) to power up a Leslie along with organ.
Step-down transformer 230V/117V for organ required (not included) for use in Europe (230V mains). Recommended power rating 160 VA (organ) or 400 VA (organ and Leslie).
Input 117 V 40 Hz to 400 Hz
Output 117 V 60 Hz crystal controlled, sine wave, variable frequency with optional controller unit
Output power: 60 W for SWC60
Installed in vented aluminum shielding box, dimensions 164 x 115 mm, height 55 mm (6 x 4.5 x 2.1 inches), mounting hole pattern 154 x 90 mm (6.06 x 3.54 inches).
PPC Controller Unit
The PCC power conditioner controller unit is an optional accessory for remote controlling our new series of Power Conditioners SWC-60, SQC-60 and SQC-50 mk3. It has a built-in LCD and rotary encoder for simultaneous transposing/tuning in half note or cent steps (transposing ranged limited to plus 4, minus 3 half notes, depending on generator condition). Box is attached by RJ45 cable (1.5 m included - may be replaced by patch cable up to 2 m long), can be mounted in reach of organist by velcro tape.
Black polystyrol box, 82 x 62 x 32 mm.
Please note that vibrato frequency also changes with transposing and may sound unpleasant on extreme settings.
ALLOW TWO WEEKS FOR DELIVERY
Wayne Jacobsen, who plays with Arhouse, just sent us these pics from a performance last night. He's loving the KeyboardPartner module as part of his keyboard set-up. This was his first gig with it. Here's his quote, "It was fabulous to play with. WOW!"