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.
The Rectiverter power core combines both AC and DC feed into one common unit. Simultaneously it provides AC backup power for 230 VAC or 115 VAC loads, and 48 VDC power for DC loads and battery charging.