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Relec Electronics is an award winning company

23 November 2016

Relec are very proud to have received an award from one of its manufacturing partners, Excelsys, at the recent Electronica exhibition held in Münich.

Excelsys made the award to the company in recognition of the first ever worldwide application for the new Excelsys CoolX convection cooled power supply which Relec Electronics have been able to win. The brand new product has only just been launched on the market and the engineers at Relec were able to capitalise on a requirement they had received which fitted perfectly with the specification of the CoolX power supply unit and the requirements of the customer.

The application

The client is a manufacturer of LED lighting controllers for installation in a TV studio.  One of the requirements was for an extremely low noise power supply product able to deliver the correct voltage and current requirements.

CoolX600 convection cooled modular power supply unit

The CoolX600 convection cooled modular power supply delivers a 600W, without fan assisted cooling, from a compact 219 x 114mm x 1U package. The only fanless modular power supply on the market, the CoolX600 is completely silent in operation, produces no vibration and offers >25 percent reliability. An increase over fan cooled alternatives.

Being a modular power supply unit also means that it will supply exactly the right power and current to the lights.

In addition, the product is supplied with an industry leading five year warranty ensuring quality and lowest cost of ownership for such power supply units.

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