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4/14/2015

Modular Rectifier Maximizes Uptime with Failsafe Functionality

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These rectifiers are designed to give high electrical performance in demanding industrial environments.

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Having established a headquarters in the U.S., KraftPowercon now offers DC power supplies to the American market, featuring its FlexKraft rectifier. These rectifiers are designed to give high electrical performance in demanding industrial environments. It is truly modular, with one power module for every need ranging from 0 to 60 V and from 0 to 24,000 amps. If one power module fails, the rectifier will not stop; the remaining power modules will continue to run at reduced total power. According to the company, not only will the rectifier lower costs by maximizing uptime, it can be upgraded at any time.

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