These ultraCOMPACT systems are configured using Enatel’s state-of-the-art high frequency switch-mode rectifier modules and intelligent network capable controllers.
They include built-in DC load and battery distribution and can be configured to meet a wide range of customer requirements for access power solutions.
Enatel DC power systems are the ideal solutions for powering telecommunications and data networks requiring 24V, 48V or 60V DC.
We offer a range of solutions for applications from small standalone systems (for applications like access nodes) to medium sized systems (for radio base stationsor mobile networks) to larger systems (for central office power applications).
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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