DTX-12000 Power Supply from Process Technology
DTX-12000 Power Supply from Dynatronix is designed to provide best thermal efficiencies, lowest possible ripple and exact power deliveries at lowest amp inputs.
DTX-12000 Power Supply
Process Technology offers the DTX-12000 Power Supply from Dynatronix. Inside silicon carbide components and synchronous rectification reduce process energy consumption and deliver accurate, ultra-low ripple DC power, according to the company. Externally, the 19-inch, modular footprint is designed to allow for scalable power levels up to 120,000 W.
Paired with the M-1 controller featuring digital controls, a bright LCD screen,
advanced data logging and ethernet/IP connectivity capability, the DTX-12000 is designed to deliver high performance and premium power.
According to the company, it is designed to improve the plating process through best thermal efficiencies, lowest possible ripple and exact power deliveries at lowest amp outputs. Features include exact delivery of power throughout working range and ETL-certification. Process Technology states that the design features FPGA technology for reducing downtime, waste heat and energy consumption. The power supply is designed for harsh environments. The M-1 controller features include plug-and-play connect to an automation control system, control of multiple paralleled modules, 200 Hz options and sealed designs for close-to-tank installations.
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