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ComPact power supply and battery charger, 99 – 276 VAC / 5 – 34 VDC, 80 A

ComPact 2400 AC/DC

NSN: 6130-25-160-4350

The input current of ComPact is power factor correction and designed for optimum utilisation of weak power sources such as portable generators. The efficiency is very high due to soft switching technology. ComPact can operate stand alone or be mounted in 19″rack system.

The RS-485 bus can be used for control. monitoring and set-up.  Detailed status and statistics can be retrieved.  The bus is also used for interconnecting multiple units in a redundant parallel system. The signal connectors provide several signals in addition to the RS-485 bus: alarm replay outputs an input for the battery temperature sensor.  Temperature compensated charging ensures full battery capacity over the entire temperature range.  ComPact can be configured to charge according to customer specification.  The firmware is user upgradeable for future battery technologies and facilities. ComPact is protected from overvoltage, overcurrent, short circuit, reversed polarity and over temperature.

Input Voltage 99 – 276 VAC
Power Factor
-Load: 28 VDC, 40 A, Vin: 50/60 Hz
Typical 0.99
Input Current
-Load: 2500 W
-Vin: 50/60 Hz
Vin: 99 VAC – ≤ 29 A
Vin: 120 VAC – ≤ 24 A
Vin: 230 VAC – ≤ 12 A
Total Harmonic Distortion
-Load: 28 VDC, 80 A
-Vin: 115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
≤ 6%
Efficiency
-Load: 28 VDC, 80 A
Vin: 120 VAC – ≥ 88%
Vin: 230 VAC – ≥ 90%
Default Output Voltage 28.0 VDC
Adjustable Output voltage 5 – 34 VDC
Overvoltage Protection (OVP) 36.5 V
Default Output Current Limit 83 A
Adjustable Current Limit 5 – 83 A
Short Circuit Current ≤ setting of current limiter + 1 A
Load Sharing ≤ 2 A deviation
Output Voltage Ripple and Noise
-Bandwidth: 20 MHz
≤ 100 mVp-p
Load Regulation Typical: 70 mV
Line Regulation Negligible
Safety CE Marked
Over Temperature The unit is protected from over temperature by derating the output current. It shuts down if the temperature continues to rise. The unit automatically starts up again when the temperature drops.
Input Circuit Breaker The input circuit breaker is for failure protection and is also used as an ON/OFF switch.
Alarms Status signals are fed to seprate potential outputs, and are indicated in separate LEDs.
Display The display can be toggled between output voltage, output current and alarm/error codes.
Input Voltage When the input voltage is below the safe operating range, the converter is shut off. When the voltage returns, the converter is turned on again.
Connectors AC input: 97-3102E-16-10P-PCC-622 Amphenol or similar
DC output: 97B-3102E-22-22S-622 Amphenol or similar
Alarm 1: Binder 09-0404-30-02
Alarm 2: Binder 09-0412-30-04
NTC/COM: 2 pieces. Binder 09-0416-30-05
Grounding Available in the front and back
Acoustic Noise At ambient temperatures below 45°C the acoustic noise 45 dBA
Frequency 45 – 430 Hz
Cooling Forced air by temperature controlled fan