UNIPOWER - LRC Series Laser System Power Supply Comes With “Superpulsing” Capability

29th March 2012
Posted By : ES Admin
UNIPOWER - LRC Series Laser System Power Supply Comes With “Superpulsing” Capability
UNIPOWER LLC has just announces the LRC Series high voltage power supplies designed for use in mid-power CO2 and similar medical and industrial laser systems. Combining rugged and high reliability circuitry with high efficiency, a compact footprint and the choice of open frame or enclosed configuration, the LRC Series power supplies provide 300W and 700W output power.
Strike voltages are 30kV and 50kV, respectively. Input voltage can be 115 or 230VAC at 50/60Hz.

• 300W and 700W Output Power
• Air Cooled
• Open Frame or Enclosed Designs

Of particular interest to those building laser systems will be the “Superpulsing” capability of these LRC units which provides maximum pulse currents of up to 60mA and repetition rates to 2kHz at 100% duty cycle. Full power is available at 75% of maximum voltage.

For the highest efficiency levels combined with the lowest heat generation, power in the LRC units is switched at 42kHz and current mode operation eliminates the need for a discharge ballast element.
Air cooled and offering a positive or negative output, LRC Series power supplies feature remote analog control and monitoring with protection against open and short circuits.

As standard, the 300W unit meets EN60601 for leakage current and this approval is available for the 700W model as an option.

For OEM volume applications UNIPOWER offers customized versions of the LRC series and the units come with a one year warranty.

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