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AEG Power Solutions Introduces a New Compact Rectifier, mSPRe, for Demanding Industrial Applications

AEG Power Solutions (FWB:3W9), a global provider of power electronics systems and solutions for industrial power supplies and renewable energy applications today announced the introduction of a new generation of compact rectifier for demanding industrial applications, the mSPRe.
This product expands the Protect RCS (SPRe/TPRe) family which has set standards on the market since its launch in 2008.

New compact rectifier mSPRe by AEG Power Solutions. (Photo: Business Wire)

New compact rectifier mSPRe by AEG Power Solutions. (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are proud to expand our Protect RCS family with this compact rectifier, optimized for harsh environments and demanding applications”, explains Dominik Pawlik, product line manager. This confirms AEG Power Solutions is one of the leading AC & DC Power Solutions providers who can supply a wide range of power ratings”

Following a long tradition of product development and innovation, AEG Power Solutions’ introduces the mSPRe range, which optimizes power security for industrial and utility markets.

Listening to customers’ requirements, AEG Power Solutions has further developed and enhanced the already established benefits of Protect RCS SPRe design, in the mSPRe range of compact and pre-configured units according the market standard and providing fast delivery due to standardization.

The mSPRe main features include isolation transformer, proven reliable thyristor- controlled technology, tropicalized control electronic cards, power protections and cabinet protection IP21, make the product suitable for operation in any industrial application.

The mSPRe is unique on the market with its intelligent battery management system for a broad variety of battery type such as nickel-cadmium (NiCd), lead acid (LA) as well as Li-ion.

The batteries can be installed directly in the cabinet or in separate matching battery cabinet.

The mSPRe from AEG Power Solutions offers highest levels of reliability and cost-effective protection across industrial sectors as diverse as Power-generation, transmission, switching, distribution, utilities, Oil & Gas, Petro-chemical, Infrastructure and Transportation applications.

AEG Power Solutions has designed the mSPRe to be used as a stand-alone DC power supply with single phase wide range input of 230V AC. The available power range is from 10-25A with output voltage: 24V, 48V, 60V and 110V.

About AEG Power Solutions
AEG Power Solutions (AEG PS) Group is a global provider of power electronics systems and solutions for all industrial and demanding commercial power requirements offering one of the most comprehensive product and service portfolios in the area of uninterruptible power supply and power management.
Thanks to its distinctive expertise bridging both AC and DC power technologies and spanning the worlds of both conventional and renewable energy, the company creates innovative solutions for next generation distributed power generation.

AEG Power Solutions Group is the sole subsidiary of the holding company 3W Power S.A. (WKN A0Q5SX / ISINLU0953526265), based in Luxembourg. The Group is headquartered in Zwanenburg in the Netherlands. The shares of 3W Power are admitted to trading on Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: 3W9).

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