High Voltage Converters for Operation at Contact Wire

MTM Power GmbH, the specialist for high-quality power supplies, offers in its program DC/DC converters of the series HVC with 250 W for railway applications. The devices are available with an input range of 420…1100 VDC (375…1125 VDC; t ≤ 2 s), an isolation up to 8 kVAC and the standard output voltage of 24 VDC.

With the high voltage converters it is possible to supply electronical equipment out of 600 V / 750 V contact wire.

High Voltage Converters
High Voltage Converters

DC/DC Converters for Railway Applications

The DC/DC converters are used for supplying points, signal lamps and electronic monitoring of the rail net. The specific feature of the series HVC is its use as a self-starting module for trams or trolley buses with exhaustive discharged batteries so that the towing process can be avoided. The rugged design together with high-quality components guarantee the high reliability in vehicles even under severe shock and vibration conditions. The high efficiency of 88 % and the dimensions of 330 x 170 x 87 mm allow an operation without forced ventilation. Moreover the converters work within an ambient temperature range from -40…+85 °C acc. to EN 50 155.

Specialists in Rail Electronics

Rugged electronic components provide only part of the solution for the electronics systems used in new rail industry designs and legacy equipment. That is why Charcroft Electronics offers a team of product specialists who understand the challenges of designing, upgrading or maintaining electronics systems in harsh environments and over an extended lifecycle.


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