Line Conditioner - Automatic voltage regulation with surge protection

Model Number: LCR2400


  • Automatically adjusts low or high voltage
  • 2400 watts continuous
  • 14 NEMA 5-15R outlets arranged in two ISOBAR filter banks
  • Rackmount cabinet fits standard 19-inch rack enclosures
  • $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance (USA, Puerto Rico & Canada only)

2400 watt Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) system in convenient 3U 19 inch rackmount configuration. Protects sensitive electronics, computer accessories and home theater equipment from power-related damage and performance problems. Extends the useful life of connected equipment by providing optimum voltage conditions for enhanced efficiency and cooler internal operating temperatures. Reliable transformer-based voltage correction circuits maintain 120V nominal output during voltage fluctuations between 89 and 147V. Three levels of voltage stabilization offer targeted response for over-voltages, under-voltages and severe brownouts. Prevents equipment damage and power related performance problems for computer accessories, printers, home theater equipment, a/v components and other sensitive electronic devices. Network-grade AC surge and EMI/RFI noise suppression. Supports loads up to 2400 watts, 20A. Includes 14 AC outlets arranged in two separately filtered banks, 12 ft AC line cord and 7 diagnostic LEDs which display incoming voltage level, surge suppression and line status. $25,000 connected equipment insurance (USA and Canada Only).

Key Features

  • Maintains usable 120V nominal output during brownouts as low as 87V and over-voltages as high as 140V
  • 2,400 watts output power rating supports heavy 120V loads up to 20 amps
  • Convenient rackmount format uses only 3 rack spaces (3U)
  • Compatible with 2 or 4 post 19 inch rackmount applications
  • Network grade surge suppression
  • ISOBAR level surge and noise suppression with two isolated filter banks to prevent noise interaction of connected items
  • Complete EMI/RFI noise filtering
  • 7 diagnostic LEDs indicate input voltage level
  • 14 protected NEMA5-15R output receptacles (2 front/12 rear)
  • 12-ft. AC power cord with standard NEMA5-15P input plug
  • $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime connected equipment insurance (USA and Canada Only)

Typical Applications

  • Maintains regulated output voltage during severe brownouts and over-voltages for computer accessories, printers, home theater equipment, a/v components, sound reinforcement, point-of-sale equipment, and other applications requiring clean, regulated AC power.

Package Includes

  • LCR2400 Line Conditioner
  • Mounting hardware
  • Instruction manual

OUTPUT

Output watts 2400
Output nominal voltage 120V / 60Hz
Outlet quantity / type 14 NEMA5-15R (2 front, 12 rear)

INPUT

Input cord length (ft.) 12
Input cord length (m) 5.40

UPC ASSIGNMENT

Unit Carton UPC# 037332040015

LEDS ALARMS & SWITCHES

Front panel LEDs 5 LEDs show incoming voltage status.

SURGE / NOISE SUPPRESSION

UPS AC suppression joule rating 1440 joules
EMI / RFI AC noise suppression 80 dB

PHYSICAL

Shipping weight (lbs) 27.00
Shipping weight (kg) 12.25
Unit Dimensions (HWD/in) 5.25 x 19 x 5
Unit Dimensions (HWD/cm) 13.34 x 48.26 x 12.7
Material of construction Steel
Form factors supported Standard 19 inch rack mount format using 3 rack spaces (3U).

WARRANTY

Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) 2-year limited warranty
Connected Equipment Insurance (U.S., Canada & Puerto Rico) $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance

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Easy to use Great product! It's convenient to have 20 amp rating and having 14 outlets. Serves perfect for all my gear and has cleaned up the sound to what I had expected. Fantastic price for the value. I recommend this LCR2400 line conditioner to all that are staying on a precise budget. This product gets an A+ from me. Thanks Tripplite!! Sincerely, Al Ciriello December 5, 2013
best there is. We have this in service about a year now. It has cleaned up all the line noises we have had and now know whenever we go into a venue wired incorrectly. It also smoothed out the response of all the amps in the rack. Best money we have spent on equipment yet. Will never be without one of these ever again. You have a customer for life. September 5, 2013
Past experience with product I just bought a replacement for the unit protecting my TV,etc. I have had 3 units since the early 90s. I use them to protect my sound equipment in a band. You never know the quality of the power system your plugging into at various locations, including occasionally generator power. I converted one unit to TV at home use when I bought a 61" HD TV in 2003. We are in the country and the voltage fluctuates a lot. Occasionally I have to run a generator when power is out. My TV use LCR2400 has been continuously on since 2003. The voltage indicators are often fluctuating. This unit recently took a hit (lightning surge) and won't come back on. It protected the equipment downstream, exactly as it is supposed to. I got my money's worth. July 5, 2013
Works Great No issues. Works great. Purchased earlier this month and installed. June 27, 2013
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Hi, I'm interested in getting 5 or more of these units for an audio studio in Mexico because power here fluctuates a lot.
But in order to make a decision I need to know:

What is the response time for the regulation to kick in?

What is the maximum surge current?

What happens when line voltage drops below 87V?
Does the unit turn off? and stay off?

What happens when line voltage goes above 140V?

What is the voltage at which the spike suppressor kicks in?
Meaning If a current spike happens to be above 140V but below this mystery number... can it get through? even for half a cycle?

I ask all these questions because there is a substantial investment in sensitive equipment and I believe your product might be the perfect candidate but I need to know these things.

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If you need all of the above, you would be better off with a bank of lead acid batteries at the core of the system. You run your power in thru an inverter and then take your power out and bring it back up to where you need it. You could stack a line conditioner on the rear after you have created you system.

a line conditioner is generally for the normal situations that we run into in this country, in primitive countries the power goes off (or down) for hours and sometimes is way over what we need or want.

You should have a backup generator and the bank of batteries (bus batteries work great) I just described above, the cost is not that much if you are going to use if for business.

Tripp will probably supply both ends of the battery system of what you need, and I have used a lot of their products, with only one failure, which they replaced without a problem.

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Regulation kicks in within seconds. My audio/video studio has been hit hard by lighting several times causing electric outage throughout the area. When the electric comes back on my equipment has been safe and sound and I'm back to work. I recommend you purchase this for your studio.
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Thank you for your inquiry. In order to effectively answer all of your questions, please contact Tripp Lite Technical Support at 773-869-1234.
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I'm looking to build a custom UPS based on an APS2424 inverter for the critical electronics systems in my home including computers, televisions, and refrigerator. I read that the APS series inverters have a modified square wave output. Would the LCR2400 clean up the waveform enough to make it clean for my electronics? And can it feed a refrigerator?
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The unit is for 2000 watts, you do not want to run a printer (laser or Xerox) or a Refrigerator thru the LCR 2400, especially with something else also plugged into it.

it is for Line conditioning Delicate electronics. and yes the APS would be nice for Lighting protection, So if you get hit with a direct lighting bolt you can just replace the cheap stuff.
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Line Conditioners are not designed to clean up waveforms. Line Conditioners provide transformer based voltage correction in environments that have varying voltage levels. This enables the LCR2400 to maintain a nominal 120vac output. The operating threshold for the LCR2400 is between 89 and 147vac. When the voltage drops below the threshold the Line Conditioner steps the voltage up to 120vac. If the voltage rises above the threshold, the Line conditioner steps the voltage down to 120vac. The LCR2400 puts out a sine wave output which supports all electronic devices. Note that there are load restrictions and the total load of the connected equipment can not exceed 2400 watts.
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Does this unit make noise when it runs?

I'd like to use this a small recording studio and need the equipment to be silent. I know some people use this in recording studios but also read one review that said that they are noisy. Thanks.
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I have had two of these units. The first one burned out, the second one is still going strong, but I can tell you they are very noisy. Every time there is an under voltage and the LED changes, there is a loud clicking sound as of a relay kicking in. It is very distracting. I had this unit in my home theater because it was affecting my movie viewing experience.
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Thank you for your inquiry. The LCR2400 only makes a sound when cutting or boosting the voltage to protect your equipment. That is the sound that the wire taps of the transformer makes when adjusting the voltage.
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The unit cannot be rated for 120VAC, because its functional specification says that it can go from 80-something to 140-something!
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Thank you for your inquiry. The LCR2400 is design to operate on 120vac 60hz.
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The output voltage of the LCR2400

Your spec said The output voltage of the LCR2400 should remain at a nominal 120v. However, I just received my brand new unit from Amazon and the output voltage is the same as the input voltage (115v-117v). Does it mean this unit is broken?
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Unfortunately, that makes the unit useless for people who are looking precisely to eliminate the daily variations in line voltage. 3U spaces, 27 pounds, and voltage variations get through? Oops ...
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Your unit is not broken. The nominal voltage of 120V actually refers to a range of usable voltages centered around 120 volts. Voltage from a 120V wall socket will rarely measure exactly 120 volts.
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[FAQ-1188] Will the LCR2400 work in a 50Hz environment?

The LCR2400 will not support 50 Hz and is designed to operate on 120vac 60hz.[Last Updated: Nov 1, 2013]

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