WF-8500 Power Center Series makes installation easier

WFCO’S innovative new WF-8500 Power Center Series power center is the most advanced and smallest power center available, and it  saves time in the installation process. The small, lightweight package also provides tremendous design flexibility, ease of handling, and reduced space needs.

BIG_IDEAS_GRAPHIC_2The WF-8500 Power Center Series comes in 40, 50, and 60-amp models. Its small and light configuration makes it easier to handle on the assembly line and allows it to fit into a greater variety of floor plan designs. This flexibility is enhanced with an exceptional range of 13 dc circuits, three of which are rated 30 amps.

To further facilitate installation, the WF-8500 Power Center Series optionally offers three types of connections for dc circuits, allowing each manufacturer to use their preferred style. These include regular screw connectors, Quick Connect terminals, where flag connectors may be used for simple positive connections, and pre-wired pigtails routed out the back of the power center. Installers route cable sires to the back of the power center and connects them to the appropriate pigtails. Each pigtail wire is labeled with the circuit number, so the installer doesn’t need to see or touch the circuit board.

Metal reinforced mounting holes make the power center installation quick and easy without concern for cracking mounting flanges. The back of the power center has built-in strain relief devices for the ac wiring, saving time.

The WF-8500 Power Center Series has a system of LED lights that indicate high, low, or standard input voltage and indicate if the converter is in bulk mode or connected in reverse polarity to the battery.

This all adds to a new range of possibilities for manufacturers and RVers.

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