COSEL Group announces two technology leading products are finalists in the prestigious Elektra Awards
Cosel Co, Ltd (6905: Tokyo) has announced that two leading products from the Cosel group, the COSEL RBC200F 200W AC/DC power supply tailored for small and medium robotics and the POWERBOX ENI250A microprocessor controlled power supply for factory automation applications have been selected by the Elektra Awards committee as a finalists in the highly contested Power System Product of the Year category.
Cosel Co, Ltd (6905: Tokyo) announced today that it has acquired The Powerbox Group. The Powerbox Group and its subsidiaries employ 120 people, with a consolidated turnover of more than €40m throughout 15 countries. With design centers in Sweden (HQ), Germany & Netherlands as well as offices throughout Europe, USA, China and Australia, they specialize in the design & manufacturing of Standard, Semi-Standard and Full Custom power supplies throughout the Industrial, Medical, Transportation & Defense sectors.
Powerbox’s S-CAP BOOST technology delivers peak power and safety to industrial and medical applications
Powerbox announces the introduction of its supercapacitor boost technology, S-CAP BOOST, offering backup and peak power solutions to industrial and medical applications. Based on the latest supercapacitor technology combined with intelligent control and monitoring, S-CAP BOOST offers a solution to equipment manufacturers requiring high energy peaks for short periods or emergency backup purposes in applications where due to safety regulations, Lithium Ion or acid batteries are not allowed.
Powerbox announces four new series of extra-wide input DC/DC converters for railway and transportation industry
Powerbox announces the launch of four new series of extra-wide input voltage range, 8W to 20W board-mounted DC/DC converters for railway and transportation industry. With a 13:1 input voltage range of 12V to 160V, the MAD33 (8W), MAD32 (10W), MAE35 (15W) and MAF35 (20W) have been developed to provide systems designers with a single part number that is able to power a large range of transportation industry applications (e.g. railway, industrial automation and automotive, remote radio-control), reducing inventory, time to market and documentation.
Powerbox has received the Gnesta Business Award for ‘Innovator of the year 2017’. Presented by the Gnesta municipalities business council at the “Näringslivgala” in Södertuna Castle on 3rd February, Powerbox’s Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Patrick Le Fèvre accepted the award from Anna Sandklef, Head of Communication and Collaboration at Gnesta municipality.
Powerbox has become a ‘participant’ of the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate responsibility initiative. In this capacity Powerbox incorporates the Compact’s 10 principles in its way of working, and in aligning its business activities with sustainability and social responsibility.
Powerbox has announced its new coreless technology platform to power medical and industrial equipment operating in very high magnetic field environments such as magnetic resonance imaging or particle accelerators has been selected by the prestigious Elektra Awards committee as finalist.
Powerbox has announced the launch of its second generation Battery Backup Unit System (BBU-S) to support the modernization of railway networks and industrial applications that require flexible power backup systems with extended monitoring and control. Responding to the needs of a large range of applications and designed for use in enclosed outdoor environments, Powerbox’s BBU-S comprises an industry standard 19-inch rack unit with sub-modules.
Powerbox has announced a new range of high-voltage input DC/DC converters for microgrid, datacenters and industrial applications. Part of its industrial line, the new series of HVDC/DC converters operate with an input voltage range of 180VDC to 425VDC, and deliver output power levels from 150W to 750W. The range of applications powered by high-voltage DC supplies is rapidly expending, and from the latest microgrids and datacenters using high voltage DC (HVDC) bus voltages to reduce power losses through to industrial systems, all of these applications require ready to use, board-mounted power converters.