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Fuse Distribution in a Majortel Power System

Majortel 48Vdc Power System: MTS48/30FL-1U This power system is designed with the integrated GMT load fuse distribution bay, front access visual indication when a fuse is open.  The battery circuit breaker, integrated for maintenance convenience, is located on the front, next to the fuse distribution.  The circuit breaker separates the battery connection from the core rectifier and load bus when open.  The circuit breaker operates independently from the low voltage disconnect (LVD) that is p...


August 02, 2018 | Product News, Technical Info, | read more...

Dual-Power Feature in a DC-DC Converter

Load A/B Dual-Power Circuits – Majortel Converter Systems This power system is designed with the integrated Load A/B dual-power circuits with individual breakers and front access visual indication as a part of the label text on the breaker case. The design incorporates actuator guard barriers to aid in the prevention of unintentional actuator movement. The dual-power block terminal, for secured screw connection, is located on the system backside. This simple bulk configuration provides indepe...


June 02, 2018 | Product News, Technical Info, | read more...

What Do I Need? Using Simple Power Terms

Need Analysis: The Triad of Power Application Selection! These are the three key items one will need to know before selecting a power product. We call this the "triad" in power. There is something going IN, something going OUT and how MUCH of the something in all systems. A system designer can evaluate a detailed wish list of parameters, once each point in the triad is defined. Consider the following: Voltage Input: This is a number and type. Examples like 240Vac or 130Vdc Voltage...


February 15, 2018 | Technical Info, | read more...

Majortel Distribution Breaker - Technical Bulletin

Technical Bulletin TB-018 for Majortel Power System Breaker Distribution Circuit Breakers Insertion Procedure 1.  When inserting the distribution circuit breaker into the respective terminals, both spades may not fully seat in the female terminals and the auxiliary alarm spades are at high risk of being bent and/or broken during insertion. In some cases, this lack of attention to detail at application prep has caused auxiliary alarm terminals to break and voltage terminals to bend. ...


November 01, 2017 | Technical Info, | read more...