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I have a Pro-Com QL300RYLA propane heater with a internal blower in my house. It is controlled via a remote. For the first time this Winter, we had a brief "power glitch" (of no more than a second, or two) but it was enough of an interruption that the pilot light went out on the unit. I had to press the IGN (ignition) button on the remote to restart the pilot light. I am concerned that if I am not at home when that happens and the weather is freezing then I might end up with frozen pipes since there would be no heat in the house. Can I connect my heater (it draws 32 watts) to a PowMax 650 to ensure there is no interruption in the electricity to the unit?
Should not be a problem if it is only a very short power outage, anything of any duration and it will run out of power.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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This is a fairly ordinary 200 Amp, 600 Volt IGBT. It might cost this much because they just aren't made anymore.
Unless you wanted this part for a specific reason that you didn't mention then I think you'd be better off buying some more modern 'bricks' with better performance.
I got five 600amp 1200volt IGBT's for $100 off ebay a few months ago.
An avenue of research that might be of interest to you would be SSTC or solid state telsa coils. Google searches will find you many SSTC sites with IGBT H bridge circuits and drivers basically doing the same thing as you are intending.
Oct 18, 2007 | Computers & Internet
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