Programmable power supplies land at Powerstax

6th March 2019
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Programmable power supplies land at Powerstax

Powerstax has been appointed as a distributor for Magna-Power’s range of Programable Power Supplies. This extensive product range complements the existing Powerstax portfolio of DC power supplies and Transformer Rectifiers. Magna-Power provide versatile high power density DC power solutions from 1.5kW to in excess of 2000kW.

With fully variable output voltage ratings from 0-5Vdc through to 0-10kVdc Magna-Power can satisfy most test and measurement, research and bulk power requirements in many different applications.

Up to 8kW of output power is available from the 1U SL series and all models are available with analogue and digital serial interfaces, together with the option for IEEE-488 GPIB control.

“We very pleased to be able to offer the full range of innovative programmable DC power supplies from Magna-Power,” comments Phil James, Powerstax Sales Director. “With our own extensive in-house design and manufacture capabilities for DC power solutions, Powerstax are able to provide full technical and service support for Magna-Power DC power supplies.”

Powerstax designs and manufactures an extensive range of standard, value-added and custom AC and DC power solutions for a broad range of fixed and mobile applications including hot-swap front-end AC-DC bulk power, DC-DC converter bricks and modules and programmable, modular, rack mounted power supplies.

It’s Drake range of transformer rectifiers offer output currents to 5,000A and output power up to 1000kVA and beyond.

Power solutions are available for harsh (marine, offshore, desert) and hazardous (Zone 1 and Zone 2) environments and can be oil, air or water cooled and can be sealed up to IP65 if the environment dictates with purge and pressure systems and heat exchangers incorporated if required.

The main markets served by Powerstax include high-end industrial, defence, vehicle and transportation, defence and avionics, impressed current cathodic protection, water treatment, test, measurement and control and medical equipment.


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