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Date: March 13, 2006
Contact: Ron Storm Vice President Sales & Marketing



Ruggedized railroad relay tester/signal source delivers 1350 VA of    clean, regulated AC power in a bench-top chassis only 5.25 inches high.

BEHLMAN Hauppauge, New York, November 21, 2005— Behlman Electronics Inc., known for its leadership in providing power products for industrial, commercial and military applications, has introduced the Behlman RR1350 frequency converter for ultra-reliable railroad relay testing. 

Packaged in a high-strength bench-top chassis only 5.25 inches high, the RR1350 delivers 1350 VA of clean, regulated AC power at either 25 Hz, 60 Hz or 100 Hz. The unit is ruggedized to meet the rigors of relay testing in a railroad service area, and also as a signal source in a bungalow.

 “Customers have repeatedly told us that high reliability under extreme operating conditions is an absolute must,” explained Behlman Vice President of Sales and Marketing Ron Storm. “As with all Behlman signal sources/frequency converters, the RR1350 is designed to be the last piece of equipment our customers ever need to worry about.” 

The RR1350 uses a digitally-controlled waveform to produce clean AC power like a linear supply, with the high-efficiency and small size of a switching supply. Behlman’s innovative protection circuitry provides for voltage fold-back during overloads, to maintain undistorted waveforms. Ease of operation is a key design feature, with a 3-position switch for frequency selection, and a 10-turn potentiometer with locking knob to easily adjust and set voltage from 0 to 135 VAC.

Additional key features of the Behlman RR1350 include:

  • A three-and-one-half digit display for voltage and fault indicator

  • Internal fans for cooling, and an internal temperature sensor to prevent heat damage

  • An IEC 320 input receptacle

  • Input circuit breaker with guard

  • A 6-foot line cord

  • An NEMA 5-15 receptacle on the front panel

  • A barrier strip on the rear panel for the output

 The Behlman RR1350 weighs 75 lbs., in a unit 5.25” high, by 17” wide, by 17” deep. The unit comes with handles and rubber feet for bench use, and is also available as a rack mount kit. Price is approximately $3,250 and delivery is 60 days.     

All Behlman railroad signal sources/frequency converters are designed to withstand the rigors of the railroad industry, and feature input filtering, output transformer isolation, surge suppression, external sync and alarms. Behlman units are in use on the rail systems of AMTRAK; Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART); Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA); METRA; New York City Transit; Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH); and Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA).

Behlman Electronics Inc., a subsidiary of Orbit International Corp., manufactures and sells high quality standard, modified standard, custom and COTS power solutions, including AC power supplies, frequency converters, inverters, DC-DC, AC-DC, DC-AC, and uninterruptible power supplies.

Orbit International Corp., (NASDAQ:ORBT), based in Hauppauge, New York, is involved in the manufacture of customized electronic components and subsystems for military and nonmilitary government applications.

For more information contact Behlman Electronics Inc., 80 Cabot Court, Hauppauge, New York 11788 USA; TEL: +1 631 435-0410; FAX: +1 631 951-4341;;


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