Innovative and Scalable
Magna-Power Electronics TS Series combines the best of DC power processing with microprocessor embedded control. A combination of high and medium frequency power processing technologies improves response, shrinks package size, and reduces cost. TS Series power supplies are current-fed and are more tolerant to abusive loads than conventional switching power supplies. This technology allows the power supply to operate under short-circuit conditions, open-circuit conditions, and everything in between.
TS Series power supplies offer both master/slave parallel and series operation. This enables two or more power supplies to be placed in parallel for increased output current or in series for increased output voltage. With master/slave operation, power supplies operate at near equal voltage and current. The process of master/slaving power supplies is plug & play with the use of Magna-Power Electronics UID46 option, which can be added at any time.
TS Series power supplies can operate as a voltage source or current source depending on the control settings and load conditions. If the power supply is operating as a voltage source and the load increases to a point beyond the current command setting, the power supply automatically crosses over to current mode control and operates as a current source at that setting.
Designed for Safety
The TS Series power supplies have extensive diagnostic functions — all of which, when activated, take command to shut down the system. Diagnostic functions include phase loss, excessive thermal conditions, over voltage trip, over current trip, fuse clearing, and program line. Program line monitors externally applied analog set point signals to insure they are within the specified range. Upon a diagnostic fault condition, main power is disconnected and the diagnostic condition is latched into memory. Pressing the clear key clears the memory. All diagnostic functions can be monitored through a rear connector. Furthermore, control functions can also be set through the rear connector to allow simultaneous control of one or more TS Series units.
TS Series supplies have three levels of over voltage/current protection: shutdown of controlling insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT’s), disconnect of main power, and input fuses. After an over voltage/current trip condition, the supply must be reset.
Load Dependent Air or Optional Water Cooling
The TS Series power supplies are designed to operate at rated load 24 hours per day. Standard air cooled units are equipped with variable speed, load dependent blowers to maintain comfortable margins for removing heat from sensitive power semiconductors. Variable speed operation maximizes fan life and a minimizes external environmental hazards.
Models with the Water Cooling Option (+WC)contain integrated semiconductor chillers and air to water heat exchangers to manage cooling of heat producing components, without any change to the package size. This option allows the power supply to be sealed from the environment enabling placement in harsh environments. These units provide long life in plating facilities, electrodionization treatment plants, shipboard, and other corrosive environments. Water cooling also permits power supplies to be stacked in high density equipment racks where air cooling is not possible nor desireable.
Model Ordering Guide
The following chart details the available standard TS Series models. The Current Maximum (Adc) column is separated by the available power levels. To determine the appropriate model, first select your output Voltage Maximum (Vdc) to find appropriate row. Next, select one desired Current Maximum from the row that contains your desired Voltage Maximum. Then, construct your model number according to the model ordering guide, above. Non-standard voltage and current configurations are available.
|10 kW||15 kW||20 kW||25 kW||30 kW||45 kW|
|Voltage Maximum||Current Maximum||Ripple (mVrms)||Eff. (%)|
|Input Current Per Phase (Aac)|
|208/240 Vac, 3Φ||19||36||54||72||90||108||162|
|380/415 Vac, 3Φ||10||21||30||40||50||60||90|
|440/480 Vac, 3Φ||9||18||27||36||45||54||81|