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Compact current rectifier AC7000 N1
DCindustrial

compact current rectifier
compact current rectifier
compact current rectifier
compact current rectifier
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Characteristics

Other characteristics
DC, industrial, compact
Primary current

30 A, 75 A, 250 A

Voltage

24 V, 110 V, 220 V

Description

The Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) AC7000 N1 is the new generation of the proven AC7000 series from AEG Power Solutions. The reliable rectifier is very compact (19"), robust and ideal for all types of industrial applications. The output power of the system is 8000 W at 24, 110/120 and 220 VDC. Thanks to advanced protection (input, output, temperature, current, power) AC7000 N1 is highly reliable and benefits of a high MTBF. The rectifier provides secured DC power in combination with a parallel battery, to supply all types of DC consumer loads including constant voltage and current sources. KEY FEATURES Robust design Characteristic curve changeover via external contacts Low voltage ripple to prolong battery life • Automatic stop at high and low mains voltage with automatic re-start Self-protection against high temperature conditions via automatic switch-off and automatic restart Double row LCD display for output voltage and output current Complies with RCCE, KTA, IEEE standards BENEFITS Compact in 19" technology Adapted to charge many types of batteries including vented lead acid, valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) or nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd) The system can also be used as a direct power supply without batteries Switchable via external contact between float charge, boost charge, manual charge, Genset (all adjustable via potentiometer) High availability, MTBF over 350 000 hours

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