ASEA Power’s wide portfolio of products is built to exceed industry safety standards. With fully-shielded isolation transformers protecting each product, no matter your needs, ASEA Power has you covered.
Explore our product offerings in depth to identify the right series for your needs.
Our standard product series offers various options, including dual or single cord and single or three phase capability. Built with popular stainless-steel enclosures, the Standard Series can be built to various cabinet styles and can be completely customized to fit virtually any space.
The Q Series features a modular configuration for easy installation and service. Additionally, units with three phase input feature reduced mode capability, allowing them to operate at two-thirds capacity should one module be compromised. The Q Series features powder-coated aluminum covers and chassis, making it incredibly lightweight. The Q Series can also be built in a two-piece configuration (QTP).
The NV series operates on three phase modules, allowing for reduced capacity mode operation if a single module is compromised. The NV series is built in a vertical configuration and is often paired with a heat exchanger.
The Two-Piece Series breaks a standard unit into small, manageable pieces for ease of installation in vessels with limited space. The TP series features a stainless-steel chassis and powder-coated aluminum covers.
The AC Series are some of the lightest and most compact shore power converters available on the market. Units from the Standard Series have been installed in thousands of vessels around the globe and offer high power density. This series features a stainless-steel chassis and powder-coated aluminum covers.
For those with limited space, the Liquid Cooled Series offers a compact solution with no requirement for Air Flow Ventilation. The LC Series features a stainless-steel chassis and powder-coated aluminum covers.
The Vertical Heat Exchanger Series utilizes the vessel’s existing chilled water system to remove heat. VHE Series converters can be isolated from the ship’s engine room environment, so customers do not need to consider the engine room temperature when installing. There is also an optional conversion to the air-cooled system available if the vessel’s chilled water system is unavailable. The VHE Series features a stainless-steel chassis and powder-coated aluminum covers.
These tables provide an approximate indication of the amount of kVA capacity of different amperage shore cords at common worldwide voltages.
Download a full list of our converter and power management system product portfolios for information on model numbers, power level, input and output needs, cabinet specs, shore cords and mounting options.