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Rectifiers - chargers

Rectifiers-chargers

The battery charging rectifier, is an energy converter for industrial use designed to ensure a constant power supply in association with the batteries.The series of rectifiers and battery chargers for industrial use is based on total control 6- or 12-pulse thyristor bridges. We can supply a wide range of systems with voltage output from 24 V DC to 220 V DC and current output up to 1000 A. The equipment is installed inside stand-alone, self-supporting cabinets. The equipment is designed, manufactured and tested in compliance with the applicable IEC regulations.

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  • ARFDin 12V, 24V, 48V and 110V

    Specially designed for DIN rails

    The AFRDin range is a family of cleaning supplies to single-voltage direct current, especially designed for mounting on DIN rail. According to the model the input network can be 115 VAC, single phase 230 VAC, 230 VAC or 400 VAC three phase. The power factor correction (PFC) according EN61000- 3-2 Class A is also integrated. Compact and powerful, this series has the UL, C-UL and CE marking. This series is ideally suited for all electrical applications like electronic enclosures and the automation industry in general.

  • Switching charger CRFD 12V,...

    New generation of battery chargers

    Our new generation of battery chargers CRFD was designed to bring you more innovation while maintaining the performance of the previous range.

    11 positions depending on battery technology (Sealed lead, lead acid, AGM, Gel, etc.)

    Additional information deported for batteries and charging status

    Additional terminals for connecting an external load balancer for adding with extra batteries

    High performance level

    Function "balancing current" (mounting in parallel) up to 6 chargers

    Extended powers range of chargers

  • CRFw 12Vcc, 24Vcc and 48Vcc

    Compact

    The cabinet can be installed either vertically or horizontally depending on the space available.

    Optional modules

    Optional modules outputs are available for show the signals displayed on the front of the cabinet of the energy together.

    Removable door

    The door has a quick closure with speed of use and quick connection of the earth.  An opening prevention contact series is available.

  • Rectifier charger RCRFn...

    DC power set

    These new devices are the result of a research and development  by our company, to have maximum reliability and performance in the field of energy supply systems. We have not chosen to implement only the traditional energy conversion systems (isolating transformer with a thyristor), but liaise flexibility and in advance of a digital logic microcontroller.

    The electronic controls of the RCRFn rectifiers are reliable and increase the life of batteries.

  • Digital rectifiers with...

    Power supply systems for industrial environments

    RDC, the battery charging rectifier, is an energy converter for industrial use designed to ensure a constant power supply in association with the batteries. Using different types of connections and operating criteria, and building on the experience gained in the last 40 years, our partner can fulfil any request while ensuring a high system efficiency. The series of rectifiers and battery chargers for industrial use is based on total control 6- or 12-pulse thyristor bridges. We can supply a wide range of systems with voltage output from 24 V DC to 220 V DC and current output up to 1000 A. The equipment is installed inside stand-alone, self-supporting cabinets. The frame and the panels are made of steel. The protection degree is IP 30 (up to IP42 upon request) and IP 20 when the panels are open; access to the equipment is from the front. The equipment is designed, manufactured and tested in compliance with the applicable IEC regulations. 

  • Rectifier charger...

    Rectifier charger RCRFn_LC-R 24Vcc, 48Vcc and 110Vcc. 10A to 60A 1PH or 3PH.

    Applications: industry, energy management and production, transport, safety, automation, petrochemicals