Why do we use 48VDC in telecommunications

equipment

ELTEK, Flatpack S systems

  • 230VAC / 48VDC
  • compact design, 19 “, 1U
  • max. 3x 1000Watt (3.0 KW)
  • Smartpack S Controller, Web / SNMP, Power Suite
  • potential-free inputs / outputs for alarm management
  • max. 7x circuit breakers (2A to 30A)
  • 2x battery systems can be switched on, separately fused
  • 2x AC supply voltage for increased redundancy

also as a version with

  • max. 3x 1800Watt (5.4 KW)
  • Power distribution via separate DC distribution

ELTEK, Minipack 3200 systems

  • 230VAC / 48VDC
  • compact design, 19 “, 2U
  • max.4x 800Watt (3.2 KW)
  • Controller with USB and Ethernet connection (SNMP)
  • potential-free inputs / outputs for alarm management
  • max. 10x circuit breakers (2A to 30A)
  • Direct tapping from the internal busbar for separate DC distribution possible
  • 2x battery systems can be switched on, separately fused
  • 2x AC supply voltage for increased redundancy

ELTEK, Minipack compact system

  • 230VAC / 48VDC
  • compact design, 19 “, 1U
  • max.2x 800Watt (1.6 KW)
  • Controller with Ethernet connection (SNMP)
  • potential-free inputs / outputs for alarm management
  • max. 4x automatic circuit breakers (2A to 30A)
  • 2x battery systems can be switched on, separately fused
  • 2x AC supply voltage for increased redundancy