Efficient and reliable, these modular rack mount DC-DC converters allow for easy paralleling of modules to provide redundancy or higher power outputs. Designed for use in modern telecommunication networks and industrial applications, these converters offer unrivalled performance.
The design allows for mounting four modules in a 1U x 19” rack or integrated within our COMPACT systems: Enatel’s Energy Manager can be used for system-level monitoring and control, or it can operate as a standalone unit. These converters can be configured in combinations to provide multiple voltage outputs, filtering and isolation.
The CM Series ‘plug and play’ ability allows quick and easy installation and system expansion. These robust, reliable converters are forced-air cooled and automatically return to normal operation following abnormal events.
Modules are New Zealand-made to guarantee design, manufacture and process integrity. Our robust, proven conversion topology utilizes only the highest specification components – something rarely offered by others.
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