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AC/AC power supply AFX series
with power factor correction (PFC)rack-mountprogrammable

AC/AC power supply
AC/AC power supply
AC/AC power supply
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Characteristics

Type
AC/AC
Other characteristics
with power factor correction (PFC), rack-mount, programmable, switching, pulse width modulation
Input voltage

Max.: 480 V

Min.: 208 V

Output voltage

Max.: 425 V

Min.: 300 V

Current

Max.: 166.7 A

Min.: 13.9 A

Description

The AFX Series is a family of high power, single, split and three phase, AC, DC and AC+DC output capable Power Sources. Available models range from 9 kVA to 60 kVA. Using a modern user interface for ease of use, the AFX Series is cost effective and fully programmable for both basic frequency conversion and advanced AC power line or DC power disturbance test applications. The AFX Series consists of a range of High Power Switching AC, DC and AC+DC capable Power Sources covering a power range from 9 kVA to 60 kVA. All AFX models offer single, split and three phase output configurations. The AFX is a state-of-the-art design using the latest digital power conversion technologies. Power density is among the highest in the industry allowing 15 kVA/kW of power in only 4U (7″) of rack space. Great emphasis has been placed on energy efficiency, ease of installation, and maximum power per cubic inch of rack space. Control and operational features provide a high degree of application versatility and ease of use for the test engineer. Applications range from simple, manually controlled frequency conversion to harmonic immunity testing and sophisticated transient simulation. Power conversion within the AFX Series is achieved by digitally controlled, high frequency pulse width modulation, resulting in cool, quiet and efficient operation.

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