MicroMax® GPS360 Current Interrupter
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MicroMax® GPS360 Current Interrupter

Product Code: 826790-000

Power through 60+ hours of interruption with the integrated relay and battery in the GPS360 current interrupter.

Throw it in your truck and you'll be able to interrupt any facility on your route, even bonds and other facilities that don't have a power source.

Features include:

  • A built-in, rechargeable lithium battery that provides at least 60 hours of interruption
  • An integrated solid-state relay
  • Dimensions small enough to fit inside most rectifier cabinets
  • An embedded display and keypad for onsite programming
  • The ability to interrupt up to 100A

For more information on rental options, please email us at sales@aiworldwide.com.

    USD $2,450.00 /EACH
    • Quantity Available: 0
    • Availability: Temporarily Out of Stock
    Input Power 10 - 60 V DC or 8 - 42 V AC
    GPS Synchronization Yes
    Interruption Cycle Range: 0.1 - 999.9 s
    Increments: 100 ms
    Auxiliary Relay Drive Capacity 0.5 A
    Operating Temperature -30 °C to +70 °C
    Schedules 9 programmable schedules
    Start Phase ON / OFF
    Enclosure Fully waterproof case with see-through cover
    Display LCD Display
    Weight 3 lbs. 1 oz. (1.39 kg)
    Dimensions 8.0” x 4.5” x 4” (with magnets attached)
    Integrated Battery Operating time: 60 hours
    Charging time: 8 hours (USB, 12V DC)
    Charging suspension temperature: -10° C
    Integrated Solid-State Relay Load Voltage: 100 V Peak DC, 70 V Peak AC
    Load Current: See derating table below
    Derating Table

    Ambient Temperature

    Maximum Current (A)



    Setup 1

    Setup 2

    25° C

    77° F



    35° C

    95° F



    45° C

    113° F



    55° C

    131° F



    65° C

    149° F



    Setup 1 – GPS360 magnets installed; not in contact with rectifier cabinet; any interruption cycle.
    Setup 2 – GPS360 magnets removed; with heatsink surface in good contact with rectifier cabinet; any interruption cycle.