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Power Architecture Series: 401.3

PA401.3: Load or Battery @ 125 Volt DC using the MTS130/20AT-1U rectifier power system. Power Architecture Series Cynosure: • DC power supply to single point apparatus, possible distribution sub-panel to individual loads/over-current-protection-devices. Single steady state output voltage. • DC charge supply to a specific battery connection or dc bus with temperature compensation feature active to regulate the output voltage. This pre-configured system can operate in one of two mode...


September 14, 2021 | Design Ideas, | read more...

Project Code Name: OREGON; Power Architecture Series

601.2 Project Code Name: Oregon AC-to-AC; ESS/Batteries Sized per Run Time This power architecture series edition is a combination of configurations 401.2 and 101.1 as previously discussed in this document. The user's project, code name Oregon, is a deployment for 2021 and beyond. A typical control and instrumentation network, with multi-node design, is operating on the foundation of this power solution. One rectifier full-chassis system (401.2) is sized to 50 amp output incorporating feature...


July 16, 2021 | Design Ideas, | read more...

Batteries Not Included; Size To The Application

"Drinking Our Own Kool-Aid"; otherwise a reference to using our power gear. Why NOT! Sure one can size the redundancy and resilience of a critical application using the products in a complete power portfolio. I have often been questioned about using the Majorpower products for a critical application. The answer is easy, "YES WE DO use these products in our operation". When it comes to our critical interconnect points, we want to be connected. Our team performs daily actions required in...


May 06, 2021 | Design Ideas, | read more...

Inverter Alternative Architectures using the Majorsine

The Trip to Town; power with the truck or sedan Question: Ok, . . our critical load requirements combined exceed a single inverter capacity, can you explain alternative architectures? Answer: Diversify the application by using smaller load bundles and deploy inverters with either INTERLACED or DISTRIBUTED architectures. These Alternative Architectures naturally build fault-tolerance and resilience into your application network. Application Engineer's Discussion: This is a typical a...


March 04, 2021 | Product News, | read more...

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