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A safe connection between grid

power and your onboard network

A safe connection between vessel and shore installation is an essential part of your

electrical system. A galvanic electrical isolation between shore power and the on board

power prevents any electrical corrosion of metal parts while keeping you earthed.

Both the unique HF technology-based Mass GI and the reliable 50 Hz transformer-based IVET series offer

you complete protection against galvanic corrosion. See page 248 for more information on this subject.

Select the right transformer for your system:

Lightweight Mass GI Transformer

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Ultra modern high-frequency electronic switch technology.

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Lightweight and compact.

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Integrated Soft Start function.

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Connect to voltages from 90 to 255 V and

from 45 to 65 Hz.

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Units can be parallel coupled for higher capacity.

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Higher efficiency, limited heat development.

IVET Heavy-duty Series

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High-quality isolation transformers

without casing for self installation

(casing is optional).

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Optional Soft Start, in synthetic casing.

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Capacities of 2.5 kW to 22 kW.

“Al Harrington commissioned Nexus Yachts to build

a fast cruising technologically advanced bluewater

cruising Catamaran. After a thorough investigation

into electrical systems Al concluded that a combination

of CZone Digital Switching and Mastervolt power

electronics was the correct choice for him.

Waterline Systems was contracted to design and install

the system. Sixty eight CZone and twenty five MasterBus

components were integrated using the CZone

MasterBus Bridge Interface. After 1.5 years of cruising

we are pleased to report that this was a great choice.

The system has proved to be reliable, flexible and user

friendly. This resounding success has resulted in

a very happy yard and owner.”

STRUAN BUTLER, MANAGING DIRECTOR

WATERLINE SYSTEMS, SOUTH AFRICA

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