Powersolve, a leading power supply specialistmanufacturer and supplier, announces a series of high-performance bench-top or rack-mount power sources designed for long life at full power. The power supplies will work from practically any mains supply - including three phase - as long as the input voltage is between 180V and 528VAC. All five models in the SM3300 Series feature active power factor correction with auto-ranging DC outputs on four of them. They can also be operated in serial or parallel configuration.
Powersolveannounces the PME1200 Seriesof single output power supplies designed to provide up to 1200W for medical systems applications. There are seven models in the PME1200 Series all offering programmable DC output voltage and current (0 to 105%) as well as a +5V, 0.5A or +8V, 0.3A auxiliary output. DC outputs range from 12 to 60V and forced current sharing allows for parallel operation.
Powersolve announces a new series of AC/DC power supplies designed to provide up to 300W from a compact 127 x 81mm footprint. What’s more, the JB301/JB301D Series is available in four mechanical options, including U channel and enclosed, to suit the widest range of applications.
Capable of operating from a 90-264VAC input voltage range with power factor correction to EN61000-3-2 class D, models in the JB301 Series provide single output voltages from 2 to 60VDC and dual output combinations of 5, 12, 24 and 48V (JB301D).
Powersolve announces the PFD Series, a “no break” power system designed to provide constant DC power without interruption. These 19in rack mount units are available with either 12, 24 or 48VDC from an input voltage of 180 to 264VAC (50/60Hz) They can be used as both a power supply and a charging device. Models in the PFD Series are available with either 150 Watts or 300Watts output power
Powersolve has added to its uninterruptible power supply offering with the launch of the PKR Series designed to satisfy a wide range of IT and Telecoms applications as well as most back-up situations where constant and reliable power is required for short periods in the event of mains supply failure.
Powersolve announces a new series of AC/DC, single output power supplies designed to provide up to 3000W. There are seven models in the PEK3000series all of which feature a 90-264VAC input voltage range with active PFC and forced current sharing for parallel operation.
Models in the PEK3000 series offer single outputs of 12V, 15V, 24V, 30V, 36V, 48V and 60VDC, programmable between 0% and 105%,. Output current is also programmable between 0% and 105%. A +5V, 0.5A or +9V, 0.3A auxiliary output is also provided.
Powersolve announces a new series of AC/DC, single output power supplies designed to provide up to 1500W. There are seven models in the PAE1500series all of which feature a 90-264VAC input voltage range with active PFC and forced current sharing for parallel operation.
Models in the PAE1500 series offer single outputs of 12V, 15V, 24V, 30V, 36V, 48V and 60VDC, programmable between 0% and 105%,. Output current is also programmable between 0% and 105%. A +5V, 0.5A or +9V, 0.3A auxiliary output is also provided.
Leading power supply specialist Powersolve, recognised as a leader in charging and powering USB compatible devices, announces a six output, 51W USB charger designed specifically for any electronic device that can be charged from a standard USB output. This includes tablets, smart phones, cameras, MP3 players and power banks.
Today’s “Smartphones” are powerful, multi-function devices designed to make full use of the increasing bandwidths available via mobile and fixed networks. However, one penalty for using such awesome handheld capability to the max is a vastly limited battery life and the need to recharge daily – sometimes more often. And there are very many occasions when using the mains charger is not possible.
Leading power supply specialist Powersolve announces the PJN series of DC/AC inverters which can provide between 1000 and 4500VA from a DC input between 40 to 60VDC making them suitable for telecoms systems with a 48VDC power supply.
There are five models in the PJN Series designed around the latest high efficiency Sinusoidal PWM (SPWM) inversion technology and all incorporating an energy-saving ECO working mode.