McIntosh Labs created the MPC1500 Power Controller because they wanted to ensure that their electronics are used to their fullest potential. Due to the ever-increasing amount of noise-causing electronics entering the home, noise isolation technology found in this power controller makes a big difference in performance capabilities. It uses a large torroidal transformer to help filter unwanted noise, while maintaining a peak nominal voltage for the healthiest power flow.
Today’s AC power is littered with byproduct from the operation of millions of personal computers, satellite set-top boxes and myriad other noise inducing devices. The new MPC1500 Power Controller provides total isolation, low noise, and maximum power transfer to enable the best performance possible from your McIntosh components. The MPC1500 features a large torroidal transformer that has been specially wound to act as a low pass filter to remove unwanted harmonic noise on the incoming AC line, while a quick-acting surge suppression circuit features a clamping voltage onset of about 2V above peak nominal voltage for the best possible product protection.
McIntosh Labs MPC1500 Power Controller Specifications:
- LOAD REGULATION: +/ 5 %
- OUTPUT VOLTAGE: 120 Volts AC Nominal
- POWER REQUIREMENT:
- 120 Volts, 60Hz
- 0 Amps, maximum current
- 1440 Watts, maximum power
Weights & Dimensions:
- DIMENSIONS (W X H X D): 17-1/2" (44.45cm) x 7-5/8" (19.37cm) (including feet) x 22" (55.88cm) (including front panel, knobs and cables)
- WEIGHT: 87 lbs (39.46 kg)