Product Change Notice: Q type European changeable blade PCN# 12.6.16 REV. A
GlobTek announces an alternate construction of the Interchangeable European AC blade.
Reference: GlobTek blade part numbers Q-EU(R).
This PCN impacts the European (Q-EU(R)) blade used on GlobTek changeable blade power supplies, including but not limited to ITE and Medical models:
GT(M)41076, GT-41078,GT-41052, GT(M)41060, GT-41062 ,GT-41131, GT-41134, GT-41135, GT-41080, GT-41081 and new Level VI compliant Models GTM96060, GT-46060, GT-46180, GT-46181 and GTM96180.
Reason for Change: As the useable life of the original tooling of the AC blade is approaching a half-way point, GlobTek has invested in new tooling for the European blade to ensure continuous supply and increased capacity. In keeping with the latest technology the new construction blades, Version 2, are of one piece construction where as the original construction blades, Version 1, were of two piece construction.
GlobTek continues to manufacture both Version 1 and Version 2 blades.
- Version 2 blade has the same fit and function as the Version 1 of the European blade. While, the Version 2 blade has a slightly different appearance, GlobTek sales part number, specifications, and Power Supply Customer specifications incorporating blades will not be changed as a result of the optional blade construction.
- Both Version 1 and Version 2 blades conform to all standards.
Schedule for Implementation: Effective immediately both Version 1 and Version 2 construction
Q-EU(R) will be produced and sold for the next 12 months.
For any questions about this product change notice, please contact your GlobTek Sales Engineer at (201) 784-1000, visit our website at www.globtek.com or Email: email@example.com.
50W External Class 2 UL 1310 Certified power supply meets requirements to be used in Plenum, Model GT-2S5024D-R
GlobTek’s model GT-2S5024D-R has been specifically designed for us and is Suitable for use in environmental air space in accordance with Section 300.22.C of the National Electrical Code, and Sections 2-128, 12-010(3) and 12-100 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, C22.1.
A plenum is considered to be an area that has not specifically been fabricated for air handling purposes, such as a duct, but does in fact handle or convey environmental air. The most common type of plenum is the area above a suspended grid-type ceiling when designed so that return air is pulled through the above-ceiling space and recirculated into the supply air system.