The series units, besides standard operation in a vast class of radioelectronic and electrical equipment, are meant to be used in critical missions: operation in emergency conditions, operation in case of compromised sealing of the equipment compartment, short-term higher than max power delivery, short-term full operation during surge or drop of input voltage.
AEPS-GROUP power converters of JETDiR series in robust cases with mounting flanges are meant for universal input of DC mains 28W (16-50 VDC) with output power up to 1500 W in standard case operating temperature range of -60 °С … +125 °С. Also available inputs – 48W, 48.
Unique feature of the series is their construction with mounting holes inside case body hiding screw heads inside it, making them the most compact among other types of products.
Electrical features: all single channel JETDiR units utilize output synchronous rectification, which significantly increases their efficiency. JETDiR300 – JETDiR1500 contain ability of active current sharing parallel operation.
Constructional features: series units JETDiR are made in compact dimensions and together with high efficiency the units achieve unprecedented power density of 49 to 205 W/inch3. Case base has stiffening ribs and also serves for conductive cooling. Considering that all components are constructively connected to the base and submerged in heat-transferring potting – resistance to and durability against mechanical stress is unique.
AEPS-GROUP JETDiR units are optimal to be utilized in application fields 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 – for aerial objects at heights up to 15 km in unsealed and unprotected spaces: planes, drones, helicopters, hot air balloons and gliding devices, meteoprobes. Also applied in all types of land transport – railway locomotives and wagons, cars, tracked vehicles. The units are also an optimal fit for telecom equipment, mining, supercomputers, radars and informational displays and screens, located in outdoors conditions. At the same time, JETDiR units operate in Arctic and Antarctica, in mountains at all heights and in cold or hot deserts etc.