Alpha Acquires PowerWorx®
PowerWorx power distribution products have been engineered from the ground-up to properly protect and distribute power to valuable, revenue-generating network equipment.Read More!
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The Cordex HP LPS36 is a compact, modular DC to DC up-converter system designed for distributed power communications applications using ±190Vdc (RFT-V circuit) over an existing copper network. The LPS36 features modular, high efficiency, quad output converter modules along with an intelligent controller. Applications include powering DSLAM’s as well as the Optical Network Terminals in FTTH Networks. The LPS36 can be installed in the Central Office or in a remote OSP cabinet. Line powering enables the use of central office power backup without the need at the remote site for AC utility or battery backup, thus improving network reliability, reducing truck rolls and operating expenses.
Unlike conventional line power systems, the LPS36 combines the industry’s best density and converter efficiency with simplified installation and ease of use.
The LPS36 packs maximum power into minimum space without compromising on features. A fully equipped 2RU 23" shelf includes up to 48 channels. Standard system features include Alpha Cordex CXCI+ controller, front access connection points and connectorized cable output.
Alpha’s LPS36 modular DC to DC converter systems incorporate a full range of standard features, including current limiting and individual ground fault interrupt for each circuit. Particular emphasis is placed on recognizing a fault condition and shutting down the circuit as quickly as possible to ensure the highest level of safety. Compliance with GR-1089-CORE - Class A2 enables craftspeople to safely work on the equipment while powered which significantly reduces the administrative, labeling requirements and overheads normally associated with the high voltage wiring.