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Majortel Converter 250V dc Operations

MTD Converter*: 250 Volt Operation Scope: Application for a Utility Service Provider that will deploy the Majortel DC-to-DC converter in a 250V dc nominal power, substation environment. This procedure is intended to be performed by qualified personnel familiar with general dc electrical system knowledge and maintenance protocols. Multiple 130V to 24 and 130V to 48 converters are deployed across the nation, this is one of a select few that operate with a higher voltage bus.  #SmartGrid #Grid M...


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

Don't forget!

Preventative Maintenance for your Majorpower Products. Here at Majorpower; we take pride in the remarkable durability of our power conversion equipment.  Our customers have repeatedly informed us of Majorsine inverters sustaining constant and consistent operational service lives for 10 years and counting.  Our new Majortel line of modular DC power systems and DC converter systems shows equal promise in offering the same level of exceptional service life and operation. If there was a singl...


July 03, 2017 | Announcements, | read more...

Majortel DC/DC Converter Circuit

Majortel Converter Circuit User Question:  What does the converter circuit look like in a drawing and explain how the load equipment connects to one or two power conversion modules using the MTD48/25-130-1U or MTD48/50-130-1U converter system? Insight's Answer: The Majortel converter system includes a simple Load 1 and Load 2 breaker distribution. The output is designed to support multiple isolated output circuit configurations. [caption id="attachment_975" align="alignleft" width="30...


April 15, 2017 | Technical Info, | read more...

Majortel DC Power System Capacity Decision

Majortel DC Power System Capacity Chart Majorpower develops dc power solutions for deployment ranging from 500W to just over 5000W.  The second most common dc power system specification parameter is capacity required to operate an application and/or specific load(s).  Generally, this capacity is estimated in either dc amps or watts.  Watts are calculated by the product of required, maximum sustained dc amps times the nominal input dc voltage. It is paramount to consider that the capacity ...


January 06, 2017 | Technical Info, | read more...

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