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6 August 2014

50VA Rugged Pure Sine Wave Inverter for CCTV Systems

Absopulse

Absopulse Electronics has recently released the CSI 50-24/24-FT, an industrial quality low-voltage DC-AC sine wave inverter specifically designed for powering CCTV systems.

The inverter uses field-proven, microprocessor-controlled high-frequency PWM technology to convert the DC input to a 24Vac pure sine wave output. Regulation is better than 2% from no load to full load across all line and load conditions. Efficiency at full load is higher than 80%. New topology simplifies the circuitry, resulting in high MTBF at a lower cost in comparison with similar 115Vac output units.

The input and output are filtered for low noise. The input meets the requirements for EN 55022 Class B for conducted noise and radiated emissions. This ensures that the unit can be used in EMI sensitive environments, including residential areas, without any additional filtering.

The CSI 50-24/24-FT units are cooled mainly by natural convection. The heat generating components are also conduction cooled to the base plate. The units operate at full specification over a 0˚C to +50˚C temperature range. Ranges of -20˚C or lower and up to + 70˚C are also available.

The inverter is housed in a robust aluminum chassis. Full ruggedizing and conformal coating are available for use in environments that demand protection from high levels of shock, vibration and moisture.

For more information, please contact Absopulse.

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