Isolated Switchmode Power Conditioner GEN II Maxi 24-24 VDC 20Amps
|Output Voltage (Conditioner Mode)||24 - 28V|
|Output Voltage (Charger Mode)||Two stage battery charging mode with boost voltage of 28.8V and float of 27.2V|
|Input Voltage||20VDC - 33VDC (will dip to 17V)|
|Constant Rating||20 Amps (rated @ 40°C)|
|Intermittent Rating||25% rating over the continuous rating at a maximum of 50% duty cycle for 10 minutes|
|Momentary Rating||Peak at greater than 25% of continuous rating for 5 seconds|
|External Alarm Output||An external signal for remote monitoring of both the pre-emptive and shutdown alarms|
|Remote Switching Input||Used to isolate the output from the input with a simple, low current, control switch i.e. toggle switch|
|Input/Output Terminals||High current proprietary terminals with combination M5 fasteners|
|Control/Monitoring Terminal||Customized 2 gang Euro block|
|Construction||Manufactured using corrosion resistant materials throughout, including anodised 6063 aluminium, ABS/ PC plastics and stainless steel hardware. No ferrous materials are used and all PCB assemblies feature conformal coating (tropicalisation).|
|Operating Temp||-25°C to + 50°C|
|Operating Humidity||Ideally less than 90%|
|Dimensions (overall)||230mmL x 110mmW x 55mmH|
|Weight (nominal)||1150 Grams|
|Input Under Voltage||Warning and shutdown|
|Output Overload||Warning and shutdown|
|Over Temperature||Warning and shutdown|
Introduced in 2003, the interVOLT SPCi Maxi Series power conditioners were ground-breaking. Developed to address the many issues associated with on-board 12VDC and 24VDC power issues, the SPCi Maxi Series are, in fact, a converter, stabiliser, isolator and regulator with the added advantage of galvanic isolation.
Galvanic isolation ensures complete DC – DC electrical isolation, that is, no common connection between the input and output whatsoever. The benefits of using an isolated conditioner include elimination of line interference, increased electrical safety, improved circuit protection and a reduction in voltage transients. This means peace-of-mind when connecting sensitive and often expensive, high-end electronic equipment to the output.
The original Maxi Series Power Conditioners have recently been superceded by the innovative second generation versions. The GEN II range as they are known, are designed on the solid foundation of the former product with a host of new features and benefits. With digital over analogue topology the GEN II range allows the installer/operator to control and monitor various functions and provides valuable feedback on the status of the connected load.
The GEN II is more compact due to multi-speed fan cooling and as a result no longer relies on convection for cooling.