Power Sources Unlimited Debut New DC Power System

Press Release
Monday, March 11, 2013
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Power Sources Unlimited, Inc. announces the addition of the new 48V Flatpack S DC power system by Eltek to its broad power product portfolio.

The 48V Flatpack S provides 95.5% power conversion efficiency and is housed in a 1U standard-width telecom power shelf that is 10.3″ (262mm) deep and only 1.6″ (41.5mm) high. The power system is managed by the Smartpack S controller which monitors all active components and batteries. The Smartpack S also features a wide-ranging list of battery health and monitoring algorithms to prolong the life of battery backup systems and ensure backup power when it is needed.

The 1U 48VDC power system is available in 40 Amp and 100 Amp versions and can be configured for a variety of output power levels to meet individual application requirements. The system can be flush-mounted or mid-mounted, offers two plug-in battery breaker positions, low voltage battery disconnect (LBVD) and numerous load options. Additionally, there is a pull-out drawer for access to the connection points and cable strain relief. The 48V Flatpack S is suited for applications such as wireless base stations, LTE/4G/WIMAX, broadband, fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC), fiber-to-the-building (FTTB) and wireless remote radio head (RRH) cabinets.

40A Systems priced under $1,700 each in small quantities. Lead time for production is 10–12 weeks ARO.

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