Bel Power Solutions unveils TCP4000 Series fanless 4 kW power supply
Category: #tech  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2020-03-16 |
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Bel Power Solutions unveils TCP4000 Series fanless 4 kW power supply

Bel Power Solutions, a part of the Bel group and a global manufacturer of power management devices, has reportedly announced the TCP4000 Series of three-phase, fanless 4000 Watt AC-DC converters, that are appropriate for a number of industrial applications, which includes process and control applications, plasma generators, and semiconductor lasers.

The TCP4000 Series converts global three phase input voltage to an adjustable low voltage, optimized at 90 V from 30-100 Vdc, that is best for semiconductor lasers. The new TCP 4000 also has filtering as well as high temperature rating and long life, output e-caps with high specification and with high ripple current rating. This makes them the best for semiconductor cutting, welding, patterning, drilling, marking, as well as other processing techniques using lasers.

The TCP 4000 Series has the fastest output voltage response time, less than 5 milliseconds, which could be utilized for direct regulation of the power for the complete laser system. It also provides low voltage droop, that is important when driving laser drivers to maintain consistent and constant power to the laser diode, further impacting the regulation as well as quality of the light.

Conduction cooling makes this power supply perfect for a wide variety of industrial applications that could further use liquid or conduction cooling, where the environment might not be fit for the use of fans. The TCP4000 Series also provides active as well as passive current sharing of nearly 16 units, for a total power output up to 57.6 kW approximately.

The TCP4000 Series is SEMI F47 consistent, which characterizes requirements for input voltage sags that are indicated for modern situations and are frequently required by semiconductor producers.

Heilind Asia, being an authorized distributor for Bel, offers Bel’s products as well as value added services. The firm further supports both contract manufacturers and original equipment in all market segments of the electronics industry, further stocking products from the market’s leading manufacturers in 25 component categories, with focus on electromechanical, interconnect, fastener/hardware and sensor products.

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