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New power converter is robust, compact and efficient

10-02-2011
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Powerbox has added the latest C4700 Series of 2500W DC/DC converters from Schaefer, Inc to its impressve range.

The Series' robust design, using industrial grade components, yields a highly efficient, space-saving solution for even the most extreme industrial environments.

These converters are ideal for railway controls and communications equipment (onboard and trackside), military applications, alternative energy applications, transportation, and process control systems.

The C4700 Series features an extensive lineup of over 200 standard models, with requests for modifications also available.

Nine standard DC input voltage options span an amazing range from 10VDC-800VDC. AC input models offer either 1-Phase or 3-Phase options as well as battery charging models. Single outputs are available in 12 standard ranges encompassing 4.5VDC-400VDC. All outputs are adjustable and fully regulated to 0.2% or better (load) and 0.1% (line).

DC/DC and AC/DC models have remote sense capability.

The C4700 Series has comprehensive protection circuitry and efficiencies are up to 95%. Operating temperature is -20C to +75C, with -40C to +75C as an option.

Powerbox
Ph: 02 9457 2200
www.powerbox.com.au

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