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Darrah's Rectifier Controller Features Higher Efficiency

Switchmode IGBT controlled rectifiers can be configured for lab work as well as large production lines.
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Darrah Electric offers a complete line of air- and water-cooled plating, anodizing and electrocoating DC power supplies. Its Switchmode IGBT controlled rectifiers are said to feature a modular design and an easy-to-use HMI touchscreen interface. According to the company, the IGBT units run at a higher efficiency and higher power factor than traditional rectifiers and can be configured for lab work as well as large production lines. Its air- and water-cooled rectifiers have output ratings of up to 1,000 V and 50,000 amps.

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