Extensive use of digital controllers enables advanced functionality to meet most customers’ requirements. It also provides intelligent self-protective features like reduced output power at high temperatures.
To ensure full redundancy in solutions without batteries, the rectifier has an active OR-ing function using a MOSFET transistor, as well as auxiliary 12V and 5V output that can feed an external controller.
Plug and play
Plug a new rectifier into an Eltek system, and it automatically logs on, gets an assigned ID, downloads the system set parameters from the control system and starts up with a minimum of installation time— without interrupting the system or attached equipment. It also supports active load-sharing between parallel rectifiers.
In systems delivered without an Eltek controller, the rectifier’s main features are still available, including: Active load-sharing, power on/off, AC ok/fail, DC ok/fail. More advanced control/monitoring features are accessible through the I2C and CAN communication buses.
Since setting the new standard for rectifier efficiency, the Flatpack2 HE family is now available in a variety of voltages and power ratings, all with efficiency up to 96.5%.
With more than 4 billion in-field operating hours and a proven cumulative field MTBF of more than 1,9 million hours, Flatpack 2 HE is the only HE (High Efficiency) rectifier with a proven track record.