Power supply

  • 28-Dec-2012 08:42 EST
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Schaefer adds 19-in (483-mm) rack mount configurations to the Raptor Series of military power supplies. The Raptor’s robust construction and reliability make it suitable for harsh military applications such as shelters, armored vehicles, avionics, naval, and open air applications. The Series’ voltage range provides dc outputs from 12 to 52.5 V dc, or 270 V dc, with power ratings from 1200 to 3360 W. Raptor Series specifies high efficiency and high power factor correction and meets MIL-STD-810C/D/E for operating temperature conditions, vibration, and shock. The Rackmount Raptor’s protection package features input ac circuit breakers, input over/under voltage protection, output current limit, output over voltage protection, low output voltage alarm, and thermal protection with auto recovery.

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