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3/15/2019

American Plating Rectifier Features a High-Quality Design

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American Plating Power’s PowerRack LT2 Switchmode power supply is available in a forced air or direct water-cooled format.

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American Plating Power’s PowerRack LT2 Switchmode power supply is available in a forced air or direct water-cooled format. This rectifier has a high DC quality design. The ripple is less than three percent throughout the full output range. Other features include automatic load sharing between the power modules, integrated EMC filters, and an upgrade capability of maximum output power of as much as 150 kW (9,000 amps). As with all the company’s power conversion products, this rectifier can interface with manual control packages or one of the process control touchscreens. The rectifier communicates via analog signals or a digitally formatted interface such as Ethernet/IP, Modbus, Profibus or Devicenet, among others. Other industrial power supply offerings include DC, AC and periodic pulse reverse rectifiers as well as related equipment for industrial use.

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