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CTP 1K series targeted at industrial applications

17 Feb 2014  | Julien Happich

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Absopulse Electronics' CTP 1K series of rugged modular dc-ac inverter systems use a microprocessor-controlled method to provide 3-phase 1000VA output power with pure sine wave output voltage. The series is designed for industrial settings such as 400Hz servo systems to test avionic instrumentation and equipment, or for testing small 3-phase equipment in engineering labs.

The units offer 3-phase outputs of 208Vrms, 380Vrms, or 400Vrms (line-to-line) at frequencies of 400Hz, 60Hz, or 50Hz. Phase-to-neutral voltages of 115Vrms, 220Vrms, or 240Vrms can also be used. They operate from DC voltages of 24V, 48V, 110V, or 125Vdc. The input meets EN55022 Class A requirements for conducted noise.

The units feature comprehensive electronic protection, including inrush current limiting, reverse polarity protection, input to output isolation, output current limiting with short-circuit protection, and thermal shutdown with auto-resetting. The fan cooled series delivers 1kVA continuous power over a 0°C to +50°C temperature range without de-rating; wider operating temperature ranges are also available.

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