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AEG launches new generation SM power supply rectifier

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AEG Power Solutions, a global provider of power supply systems and solutions for industrial, critical infrastructure and innovative power electronic applications, announced the availability of its AC7000 N1 series – a new generation of its proven AC7000 industrial switch-mode power supply rectifier to ensure a future-proof and extended product lifecycle.

AC7000 N1 replaces both AC7000 and AC7000CAN series. Both have a long track record as reliable power supply for high output power applications in power generation, nuclear, oil, gas and petrochemical as well as transportation and signalling.
The new rectifier is very compact (19″) and robust, and ideal for all types of industrial applications. The output power of the system is 8000 W at 24, 110/120 and 220 VDC. Thanks to advanced protection (input, output, temperature, current, power) AC7000 N1 is exceptionally reliable and benefits off a high MTBF (mean time between failure). The rectifier provides secured DC power in combination with a parallel battery; this supplies all types of DC consumer loads including constant voltage and current sources such as central control rooms in nuclear and non-nuclear power plants, as well as on-board power supplies for rail vehicles and ships.
AC7000 N1 benefits from AEG PS expertise in terms of robust design and is adapted to many types of batteries including vented lead acid, valve regulated lead-acid (VRLA) or nickel-cadmium batteries (NiCd).
AC7000 N1 has already met with success and will be one of the key power supply systems used in a major nuclear power plant project in Europe.

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