DSEI 2015

A new wave [DSEI15, D4]

18 September 2015

Delta, British Columbia, Canada-based Analytic Systems (Stand N3-646) has introduced the latest model of its line of Pure Sine Wave Inverters. The SPS3K (Sealed Pure Sine) series inverters (right) feature the same low EMI, low THD sine wave output at a continuous power of 3,000W, as its successful IPS3K series inverters, but in an IP67-rated weatherproof enclosure.

This new SPS3000 inverter features the latest high-efficiency MosFet transistors and switching design, bringing the efficiency over 90 per cent at full power. The billet-machined anodised aluminium chassis features a heat-dissipating design developed in co-operation with a thermal research team at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, allowing it to dissipate the heat produced at full power.

Operating temperature range is -40°C to +55°C. Models are available for a range of voltages, and military connectors are used for DC inputs, AC inputs and AC outputs and can be customised on request.

The new sealed inverter is based on Analytic Systems’ inverters for Textron for both the Canadian TAPV (Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle) programme and the Afghan National Army. It will be offered to the new French, Danish and Australian military vehicle programmes, and both the GDLS-C Saudi vehicle contract and the BAE Systems AMPV (Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicle).

Also new is the IBC320, 300W Intelligent Battery Charger (left), designed for the commercial marine and industrial markets, but with customisation and IP67 waterproof construction, additional filtering on both inputs and outputs to meet MIL-STD-461E and MIL-STD-810G environmental compliance, this design will also be suitable for any military or special operations application.

Four programmed charging profiles combined with a USB interface to connect with its Power Wizard control software allows programming of the charger for almost any type of battery, including traditional lead acid, valve-regulated lead-acid, and lithium ion.

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