Eltek launches DC/DC converter designed for data center applications with an efficiency of 98.2%
DRAMMEN, NORWAY, 20 December 2013 - Eltek today announced a DC/DC converter
designed for 380VDC input and 48VDC output.
The unit provides 3Â kW at 48VDC and has an industry-leading efficiency of 98.2%.
"This unit expands the market for 380VDC power distribution significantly as it
offers an end-to-end DC solution for a wide range of IT equipment. Penetration
of 380VDC is limited due to a scarce availability of servers that can run on
380VDC. With this converter, we are able to offer the advantages of a modular DC
system to a much wider range of data centers," said Morten SchÃ¸yen, Chief
Marketing Officer for Eltek.
The new DC/DC converter will be a part of the Flatpack2 HE family, of which
Eltek has delivered more than 850,000 modules. Together with the Flatpack2 HE
3kW 380VDC rectifier module, it represents an important building block in
Eltek's product portfolio for data centers, an important focus area for Eltek
Trial units have been supplied to key customers. Volume deliveries will depend
on market requirements.
For more information, please contact:
Morten SchÃ¸yen, CMO
About Eltek ASA:
Eltek is a strategic technology partner within power solutions. The Company
reported revenue of NOK 3.5 billion in 2012, and has approximately 2,500
employees and operations in almost 40 countries. The company focuses on power
electronics markets, where the company is one of the leaders in telecom power
and a growing force within industrial applications. Eltek also holds growth
opportunities within datacenters. Eltek is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange and
headquartered in Drammen, Norway.
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