We offer a complete product range of Solid State D.C. Power Converter, Single-Phase SCR D.C. Power Converter, Air-Cooled Solid State D.C. Power Converter, Modular Switch Mode Power Supply and Silicon Dual Range D.C. Power Converter
SASSC liquid-cooled D.C. power conversion systems are designed for a broad range of surface finishing applications. These include electroplating, electropainting, anodizing and galvanizing. Because all circuitry and components used in SASSC rectifiers are environmentally protected in sealed cabinets, these units are ideal for corrosive environments. SASSC D. C. power supplies feature unique two-stage cooling systems designed to prolong the life of all sub-assemblies and components. In the first stage, a coolant continuously bathes components in a closed-loop system. The second stage maintains the temperature of the coolant automatically. A liquid-to-water heat exchanger removes heat from the coolant solution using an outside fresh water source. This technology prevents the fresh water from coming in contact with electrical components, and minimizes consumption and maintenance requirements. PEC designs and manufactures all SASSC rectifiers completely in-house. Our transformers have the lowest failure rate in the industry because of our attention to detail. Circuit boards are tested at elevated temperatures. Complete systems are run at full output to verify performance. As a last production check, all safety interlock circuits are validated prior to final inspection and shipping. For additional information on SASSC D.C. power conversion systems, contact Process Electronics Corporation or your local PEC equipment distributor. Picture FeaturesBenefits • 500 through 12, 000 amperes and up to 60 volts D.C. output • Paralleling capability for high power arrangements • SCR control for fast response and high system reliability • Patented peak current limit circuit • Surge-rated SCRs tolerate momentary electrical faults; automatic ± 1% control of voltage and current • Cabinets are completely sealed to protect internal components from corrosive atmospheres • Circuit boards are coated for environmental protection • Built-in or remote operator controls for installation flexibility • Closed-loop cooling system isolates coolant and simplifies maintenance
The PEC Miniverter is a versatile D.C. power conversion system designed for a broad range of applications. These include precious metal and printed circuit board plating, laboratory applications, and small proof lines for quality control requirements. All Miniverter models are self-contained in a heavy-gauge steel cabinet for strength and durability. Exposed surfaces are finished with a corrosion resistant paint for protection against aggressive atmospheres. Miniverter rectifiers incorporate many standard features normally available only on larger D.C. power supplies. Voltage and current are controlled with in + 1%. Operator panels can be built-in or remote. Miniverters feature A.C. overload protection through magnetic started thermal overloads, a fuse-controlled transformer, and thermal sensors on SCR’s and diodes. PEC designs and manufactures miniverters in house. Assembled power supplies are tested at full output and all circuits are verified prior to shipping. For additional information on Miniverter D.C. power conversion systems, contact Process Electronics Corporation or your local PEC equipment distributor. Picture FeaturesBenefits • 25 through 300 amp models up to 100 volt rating • SCR control for fast response and reliable long-life operation • Automatic control of voltage and current • A.C. overload protection for maximum uptime • Output ripple filtered to 5% RMS (max.) at full output • Core and coils designed for ± 8% line variation; no line taps required • Built-in or remote operator panel for installation flexibility
MACC D.C. power conversion systems are designed for a broad range of industrial and surface finishing applications, including electroplating and anodizing. MACC rectifiers are easy to operate because of microprocessor-based controls. Controls can be placed at a distance from the plating line and can also be interfaced with plant computer systems. To ensure maximum performance, MACC power supplies have extensive overload protection and a patented shortcircuit protection system. Models rated at 4000 amps or more also feature interphase transformers to improve efficiency and reliability. PEC designs and manufactures MACC D.C. power conversion systems in-house for dependable quality. Our transformers have the industry’s lowest failure rate. Complete systems are run at full output and all safety interlock circuits are verified prior to final inspection and shipping. For more information on MACC D.C. power conversion systems, call Process Electronics Corporation or your local PEC equipment distributor. Picture FeaturesBenefits • 500 through 12, 000 amperes and 6 to 240 volt operating range • SCR control for fast response and reliable performance • Automatic ± 1% control of voltage and current • Forced-air cooled for simplicity and reliability • Remote operator controls can be placed at a distance from the plating line • Circuitry tolerates momentary electrical faults • Fuseless, surge-rated thyristors eliminate nuisance downtime • Microprocessor controlled for per-programmed accuracy • Circuit boards are coated for environmental protection • Easily interfaced to mainframe or microcomputer systems
In keeping with our same standards of reliability the MARC-A is a true modular switch mode power supply system that is designed for a wide range of industrial and surface finishing applications, including electroplating and anodizing. The MARC-A is forced air cooled and can be configured in any combination up to 3000 amps and 15 volts DC output. The standard communication function is RS-485. The Udylite MARC-A comes standard with a built-in ramp and digital display. Specifications • Input line voltage 208-240 380-480 • Input frequency 5060 Hz • Conversion method switch mode • Output Ripple 0.9 at rated load (DC15V500A) • Regulation (constant voltagecurrent) +-1% of rated voltagecurret between 10-100% of rated output • Environmental 32° - 104° (0° - 40°C) • Cooling: Forced Air For additional information on MARC-A Switch Mode power conversion systems, contact Process Electronics Corporation or your local PEC equipment distributor. Picture FeaturesBenefits • 500 through 3000 amps and 15 volts in any configuration of 500 amp increments. • Constant current or voltage • Digital Voltmeter - 3 digit LED display • Digital Ammeter - 4 digit LED display • Optional Remote Control - analog or digital • Optional 4 channel analog interface - 4-20mA, 0-5V, 0-10V • Optional communication - Device Net CC Link • 100% continuous duty cycle • Over currentvoltage protection • Over temperature protection
The PC-1 0 is an extremely versatile D.C. power conversion system for applications including small plating lines, quality control test, plating, laboratory use, and light-duty battery charging. The unit's compact design (10"W x 8"D x 5"H) and light weight (141bs.)make it an ideal power supply for low amperage standby application. We have incorporated many features common to our larger D.C. power conversion systems into the PC-10 as standard equipment. This includes a stepless, 0 to 100% variable transformer control, an optional dual range ammeter that allows and operator to monitor output form 0 to 1 amperes or from 0 to 10 amperes, and an extended range voltmeter that measures D.C. current from 0 to 15 volts. For maximum efficiency the portable PC-10 incorporates sealed silicon diodes, output ripple maintained at 10% RMS or less, and a quick-change fuse located on the rear panel that protects the unit against overloads. PC-1 0 dual range D.C. power supplies are designed and totally manufactured in-house. All units are tested at full output prior to final inspection and shipping. To ensure prompt delivery, PC-10 power supplies are maintained in stock. All units are also covered by the same comprehensive warranty on major sub-assemblies and components that applies to larger power conversion systems in the Company's product line. For more information on the PC-10, contact Process Electronics Corporation. All specifications subject to change without notice. Picture FeaturesBenefits • 0 to 10 amperes, 0 to 12 volts for application flexibility. • Compact, low profile design for in-plant and laboratory use. • Totally self-contained, light-weight design for fast setup and operation • Built-in cord and grounded plug for 115 volt A.C. connection. • Stepless, 0 to 100% variable transformer control for simple operation. • Optional dual-range ammeter reads 0 to 1 amperes or 0 to 10 amperes. • Extended range voltmeter for 0 to 15 volts D.C. monitoring. • Output ripple filtered to 10% RMS (max.) • Quick-change fuse overload protection on A.C. • Hermetically sealed silicon diodes for operation reliability. • Exposed metal surfaces treated for corrosion protection. • Comprehensive warranty on major subassemblies and components.