07 Jan 2013

Powerstax industrial power supplies with single with three-phase input up to 10KW output

The Unistax range of power supplies from Powerstax is said to offer high levels of ruggedness and is designed for use in stringent industrial applications.

Available with single and three phase inputs Unistax power supplies offer output voltages up to 200V and output power up to 10kW.

To simplify system integration there are multiple mechanical options available including chassis and 19” rack mount versions.

Powerstax Unistax models can exceed 95% efficiency and are fully thermally protected. Standard features include constant voltage or constant current operational modes, overvoltage and over current protection and a number of status indicators and remote control functions are available.

Nominal output voltages are 8 to 200VDC with output adjustable from 50-100% voltage or current, with 0-100% available as an option. Operating temperature range is 0° to 40°C and output remote sense and current sharing is available to special order.

Rob Hill, Director of Sales and Marketing for Powerstax, comments: “Powerstax is excited to be able to make this product range available to our customers, and we look forward to working with them. We’re also very open to customising solutions to suit customer’s unique needs”

The Powerstax Unistax series meets all relevant safety standards and are fully CE marked to the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) for safety.

Typical applications for the Powerstax Unistax range of single and three phase power supplies include automotive, water treatment, corrosion prevention and systems for use in harsh industrial environments.

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