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Old 12-26-2011, 10:29 AM   #1
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Whats the difference between the progressive 7345 and 7345R power converters

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Old 12-26-2011, 10:59 AM   #2
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From what I know, PD didn't make a 7300 Series. Their model numbers consist of, the first 2 numbers are the "Series". The second two numbers are the AMPS of the unit..... at least in recent years.

Below are the claimed Discontinued Converters they have produced.
PD684 and PD685 PD6900 (Dual) PD694, 696, 698, 699, 6995
PD703 thru PD705 PD688 PD709
PD710 and PD711 PD707 and PD708 PD6800 series
PD6900 (Single) PD712 PD9000 series

If you don't get a specific answer, you can always call:

Progressive Dynamics, Inc.
507 Industrial Road
Marshall, MI USA 49068
Phone: 269-781-4241

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The 7345 and 7345R are from Parallax Power, formerly known as Magnetek. The 7345R is a partial 7345, what they call the lower section. A full 7345 is a complete power center, with both 120v and 2v distribution panels as well as a 45 amp converter/charger.

Learn more about the Parallax 7300 series of power centers here:
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