Absopulse Electronics Ltd
Clayton, ON K0A1L0 CAN
Low Noise Pure Sine Wave DC/AC Inverters generate up to 1 kVA.
Used to power sensitive electrical/electronic equipment, CSI 1K-3U3LN series operates from 48, 110, 125 Vdc or custom value and provides single, regulated output of 115 Vac continuous at 60 or 400 Hz or 230 Vac continuous at 50 Hz. Input meets EN55022 Class A requirements for conducted noise and radiated emissions, while output has second-stage high performance filter which reduces residual...Read More »
Railway-Grade DC/DC Converters are watertight and dustproof.
Supplied in ruggedized, diecast aluminum, IP67 enclosure with sealed circular connectors, RWY 200-IP67 Series comprises 200 W units that accept nominal input voltages- of 24, 36, 48, 72, 96, or 110 Vdc; deliver 12, 24, 48, 110 Vdc, or custom outputs; and offer efficiency from 80%–90% at full load. Internal converter module is potted with- thermally conductive, MIL-grade silicon rubber...Read More »
DC/DC Converter has operating life expectancy of 30 years.
Designed without optocouplers in feedback loop to reduce component count and increase MTBF, 4.5 x 2 x 7.9 in. DHR 150-24 accepts any single input from 90–360 Vdc and delivers 24 Vdc -Read More »
DC to AC Inverters deliver 1 kVA sine wave output voltage.
Housed in 5 x 5 x 15.6 in. package, CSI 1K–U5515 Series employs microprocessor controlled, high frequency PWM technology. Modular units provide single, regulated pure sine wave output of 115 Vac/8.7 Arms continuous at 400 Hz or 60 Hz, or 230 Vac/4.3 Arms continuous at 50 Hz. Standard DC input voltages include 48, 110, or 125 Vdc. Operating over 0–50-Read More »
AC/DC Power Supplies feature 3-phase, high voltage input.
Operating from 480 Vac, 3-phase line input, 3 kW HVI 3K Series delivers any single output voltage from 24–600 Vdc. DC-input version, which accepts any voltage from 500–800 Vdc, is also available. Units are built with 3 internal power modules, each separated by redundancy diode, which allows multiple units to be connected in parallel to achieve higher output power or N+1 redundancy. Measuring...Read More »
AC/DC Power Supply features MTBF of 170,000 hours.
Using active power factor correction, 150 W Model PFW 150-24 converts AC input voltage of 95–264 Vac to 24 Vdc. Typical line/load regulation is better than -Read More »
DC/AC Inverters deliver 300 VA pure sine wave output.
Measuring 132 x 64 x 300 mm, CSI 280-F3 Series delivers fully isolated clean sinusoidal output voltage of 115 Vac at 400 Hz/60 Hz or 230 Vac at 50 Hz. Units offer 4 standard inputs of 24, 48, 110, or 125 Vdc with minimum efficiency of 80% at full load, depending on input voltage required. Operating from 0–50-Read More »
AC/DC Power Supply features four 12 Vdc/50 A outputs.
Suitable for engineering and product test labs, Model LPS 2K5-U/4x12CT is built with 4 galvanically isolated internal modules, each providing 12 Vdc/50 A output which can be connected in series or in parallel in any combination from 12 V/200 A to 48 V/50 A. Several systems can also be combined to generate voltages up to 150 V. Accepting 95–264 Vac universal input voltage, 2,500 W...Read More »
Rack-Mount 2U Power System features hot-pluggable 1 kW modules.
Delivering 3 kW or 2 kW with N+1 redundancy, BAP 3K-CR2U/19-3 Series is built with- 3 heavy-duty 1 kW BAP 65F DC/DC modules assembled on- 2U x 19 in.,- rack-mount, stainless steel- cradle.- Mechanical features facilitate insertion of converter modules, and no motherboard is required. Each module accepts nominal input of 48, 72, 110, 125, or 250 Vdc and is available in several output...Read More »
Open-Frame 120 W DC/DC Converters feature 20 kV isolation.
Developed for powering electronic circuits, DIO 120 Series accepts- 24 or 48 Vdc input and delivers single- 12, 15, or 24 Vdc output (5 A current limit). Other inputs and outputs, as well as- built-in redundancy diode for parallel and N+1 operation, are available upon request. Tested for corona extinction at- 10 kVrms min and Hi-Pot tested for 20 kVrms, convection-cooled converters offer...Read More »