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  1. Bel Power Solutions
20 March 2020

Bel Power Solutions Announces Expansion of High Power Portfolio with TXP4000 Series

Bel Power Solutions has announced the expansion of its high power portfolio with the TXP4000 Series, a maximum 4,000W AC-DC power supply suitable for industrial, process and control, railway and machinery applications.

The TXP4000 Series of AC-DC converters employs a PFC front-end stage and an isolated DC-DC stage to convert the three-phase input voltage to a low DC output voltage in a broad array of industrial applications where high efficiency is a requirement, with emphasis on both reliability and long product life.

The TXP4000 Series also include DSP technologies, which enable monitoring of electrical parameters (including input voltage of all three-phases) and allow control of the PSU from a system controller. RS485 / CAN bus communication is available to command, monitor and provide diagnostic information that can be used to interface with a system controller.

TXP4000 Series power supplies feature a compact footprint (135mm x 85mm x 465mm / 5.31in x 3.35in x 18.31in) and accommodate the worldwide 3-phase input voltage range of 350-528Vrms at up to 63Hz, with active current share system available. Units can be used in parallel (eight units) or serial configurations (four units), generating a maximum output power of 32kW. The output voltage is adjustable, ranging from 30 V to 137.5V optimized to 110V, fully protected against overvoltage, overcurrent, overtemperature and short circuit situations. 12V auxiliary output is also available. A highly efficient thermal design with an internal fan cooling system permits their use over a wide operating temperature range of -25° to 55°C.

RoHS compliant, the power supplies are safety agency certified per CSA/UL60950-1 and meet the requirements of EN60950-1. The product meets the conducted and radiated EMI requirements of EN 55022-A.

The TXP4000 is available from Digi-Key and Mouser. Customers can also request a quote using the enquiry form on this page.

Power in railway rolling stock originally involved traction, lighting and rudimentary signalling with typically raw 110VDC from the on-board batteries.
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