Mean Well has unveiled four new products, the RxP-1600 family of 1600W single output programmable power supplies and chargers, and a new rack shelf. The new family includes the RSP-1600 Programmable Enclosed Type Power Supply, the RCP-1600 Programmable Rack Mountable Front End Rectifier; the RPB-1600 Intelligent Battery Charger, the RCB-1600 Rack Mountable Front End Battery Charger, and the RHP-1U 1U-high 19″ rack shelf (useable with RCP-1600 or RCB-1600).
These four new 1600W power supply and charger series operate over the full range single-phase input of 90 to 264Vac. The family includes various models ranging between 12Vdc and 48Vdc. In addition to the output programmable function, each standard series is equipped with PMBus (exception: optional spec for RSP-1600) and the CANBus, enabling RSP/RCP-1600 series perform the higher level signal monitor or output read/write function, or permitting the users to flexibly setting up and adjusting the charging curves for RPB/RCB-1600.
With a power density of 25W/inch3 and efficiency up to 93.5%, the main body of the RxP-1600 family is 1U by height and 85mm by width, making them able to meet the requirements for controllability of high-wattage power supplies and the trend of miniaturization of power supplies and chargers.
RSP-1600 and RCP-1600, as well as RPB-1600 and RCB-1600, utilize the same basic circuit design; users can acquire as high as 24,000W output according to application environment and the built-in current sharing function. Each model from the RxP-1600 family has the major safety certificates in the world, such as UL, CUL, TUV and CE; moreover, 5-year warranty is offered so as to present the best guarantee for safety and reliability.
RxP-1600 family fits variety of applications (for example, aging facility, semiconductor testing instruments), providing the power solution with high stability and high cost-performance ratio for the diversified systems needing output voltage or current adjustable, allowing uses to easily change the output voltage or constant current level by applying external voltage or resistance.