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  • ABMX Servers

    ABMX Servers develops more than 35 different rackmount servers with redundant power supplies. Available in 1U, 2U, 3U, 4U, and short depth sizes, the redundant power supplies are part of servers that feature a maximum memory of 8GB or less, 24 GB, 32 GB, or more than 48 G. Various server types and features include:  20-inch deep server, 7 PCI slots, 18-inch deep server, 21-inch deep server, 2 x full-height PCI slots, 6 PCI express slots, up to 192 GB ram, low profile, 6 x hot swap SATA/SAS, and 16-core server.

  • Athena Power Inc

    Athena Power Inc. manufactures mini-redundant power modules and 2U mini-redundant power modules. The mini-redundant modules are designed for telecommunications systems, industrial systems, and other mission critical application, and feature output power of 400W, 500W, or 658W. The input voltage of these modules is 115V/230VA. The 2U mini-redundant modules feature output power of 600W or 700W, input voltage of 88-264VAC, and are designed to provide power for 2U and 3U rackmount servers.

  • ATX Networks Inc

    ATX Networks Inc. designs and manufactures L-band, LNB redundant power supplies that provide centralized power for up to 16 LNBs, LNAs, upconverters, or downconverters. Some of the power supplies are come with a 2-pin quick disconnect connector, which allows for redundant power of 24V or 18V headend equipment. The power supplies are hot swappable, and feature input voltage of 100/240VAC - with output voltages of 24 VDC or 18 VDC.

  • iStar USA

    iStar USA manufactures mini-redundant, 1U redundant, 2U redundant, and 3U redundant power supplies. The mini-redundant power supplies are designed for mission critical systems and feature a power range from 300 to 800 watts, along with 1+1 and N+1 configurations. The 1U/2U redundant power supplies are for high density computing and non-interruptible applications, and feature a power range from 100 to 200 watts. The 3U redundant power supplies feature active PFC, a temperature control fan, hot swappable power modules, and a load sharing function - with output power of 700W, 800W, or 1000W.

  • Quintech Electronics & Communications

    Quintech Electronics & Communications designs and develops 16-port redundant LNB power supplies that provide a centralized power source for up to eight LNAs, LNBs, upconverters, downconverters, and line amplifiers. Designed for international use - with an input voltage of 100-240 VAC, the power supplies feature output voltages of 18 VDC or 24 VDC, and output current of 900 mA on any single port.

     

  • SilverStone

    SilverStone engineers and distributes four redundant power supply models that feature 240W cotinuous power outputs and 12V maximum outputs. Designed for mission critical systems and file servers, these power supplies feature 1+1 redundant configuration and hot swappable design.

  • SMC Networks Inc

    SMC Networks Inc. manufactures a redundant power supply unit capable of providing 600 watts of backup power to four switches. The power supply can be mounted in a standard 19-inch equipment rack or on a flat surface, and features thermal overload protection and over-voltage protection.

  • SolaHD

    Sola/Hevi-Duty designs and manufactures single phase and three phase SDN redundant power suppliesfor process control, remote location, and critical production applications. The power supplies can be used for operation including 2N and N+x configurations, and feature DC ok relay contact, true isolation, and high availability.

  • Acopian Technical Co.

    Acopian Technical Co. manufactures redundant power packages, modular redudant systems, and N+1 redundant power supplies. Featuring input voltage of 90-265 VAC, the N+1 redundant power supplies feature AC-DC or DC-DC single output, thermal protection and a low profile. The redundant power supplies also feature a nominal output voltage ranging from 3.3 to 135.

  • Adlink Technology America, Inc.

    ADLINK Technology Inc. manufactures industrial, dual redundant AC power supplies that feature power outputs of 300W or 460. All the power supplies feature an AC voltage input range of 110-220VAC, with dimensions of 185 x 150 x 86 mm.

  • Cincinnati Babbitt, Inc.

    Rockwell Automation designs and builds ControlLogix redundant power supplies that feature operating voltage ranges of 85 to 265 VAC and 19.2 to 32VDC. The companies two redundant power supply models have voltage categories of 120V/220VAC or 24VDC.

  • American Portwell Technology Inc.

    American Portwell Technology Inc. develops and manufactures 1+1 redundant industrial power supply types including: 330W PS/2 hot-swap, 300W-48VDC input DC/DC mini, 350W ATX mini, 460W+460W mini, and 300W+300W PS/2 active PFC.

  • B & B Electronics Manufacturing Co.

    B&B Electronics Manufacturing Co. produces redundant power supply systems that feature 24V, 20A output, and a maximum reverse voltage of 30V. Additional features of the redundant power supplies include: DIN rail mount, -20 to 70C operating temperature, and relay contact signal output and LED.

  • WTI

    WTI manufactures automatic power transfer switches that provide power supply redundancy for single power input devices. The company's redundant power supplies are for network applications in banking, government, and transportation; and feature 120 VAC or 240 VAC.

  • Directron

    Directron supplies redundant power supplies manufactured by Athena Power, Dynapower, iStarUSA, SilverStone, and Thermaltake.