pe5910-W Power Station

"DC-rectifiers. Floor mounted cabinet with switch mode technology, water-cooled"

  • Product type:DC Stromquellen
  • Design:Schrankaufbau
  • Cooling:Wassergekühlt

Technical data

Max. current 10 000 A
Max. power 200 000 W
Max. voltage 1 000 V

Extendable power range

  • The power range can be extended by wiring the DC outputs of several cabinets in parallel (sum current) or in serial (sum voltage)

Characteristic values

  • Linearity inaccuracy: - for amperage < 1 % - for voltage < 0.5 % (depending on regulation mode)
  • Ripple less than < 1 % RMS
  • Efficiency typical > 90 %
  • Powerfactor 0,95
  • Constant current and voltage control (optional: power regulation)
  • Inrush current protection
  • Over temperature protection
  • Pulse operation optional
  • Mains supply: standard 3 x 400 V +/- 10 % / 50-60 Hz (other voltages on request)
  • Optional with integrated pole changer (max. 15V, other on request)

Cooling

  • Water cooled / cooling water specification: see page 2
  • Ambient temperature 40°C (other on request)
  • Stainless steel cooling system, over temperature protected
  • Cooling water connections are located in the plinth

Design

  • Compact Rittal TS cabinet; protection grade: IP54
  • Powder coated, RAL 7035
  • Mains supply below in cabinet
  • Cooling water connection in the plinth, 1/2“ connections (water pressure: 2-5 bar)
  • DC output bus bars: - Low voltage outputs up to 50V on top of the cabinet - Voltages above 50V: touch safe design
  • Mains power switch, fuses and sub distributor optional available in separate cabinet. Mouldes-case circuit breaker with short-circuit protection, low-voltage release and overload protection can be installed as option.Mains power switch, fuses and sub dist
  • Dimensions (W x H x D) 800 x 2200 x 600mm incl. plinth

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