Energy management: Battery charger for heavy-duty projects

Energy management: Schaefer Inc. announces the addition of the CPW-5700 Series (AC-DC) and BPW-5700 Series (Battery Charger) to our Heavy Industrial/Military COTS/MOTS (20KW to 30KW) Power Series. Designed for projects that demand robust and shock resistant power supplies in the harshest operating conditions (Mil-Std-901D/Mil-Std-810). Some of these applications include but not limited to COTS military systems, industrial automation, fiber laser, communications, radar/sonar, oil/gas, utility, alternative energy, and rail.

The CPW / BPW 5700 Series offers three phase, wide input ranges for 200/400/440 and 480VAC and selectable output voltages and currents (full range). Key features include Power Factor Correction (PFC/Mil-Std-1399/ under 3% THDi), remote on/off, full galvanic isolation, ultra-wide operating temperature range of ­40°C to +75°C and high power-density and compliance to EMC/Mil Standard (MIL-STD-461) as well as a full complement of protection/alarm signals such as over temperature, over current and over voltage. The CPW / BPW 5700 Series can be configured as a AC-DC power supply/source or full battery charging capability that’s liquid cooled and highly rugged along with easy integration via 19 in. design or modules that makes the series ideal for mission critical applications.

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