3Tech-98% rectifier system,Product,NEWS,3TECH
3Tech-98% rectifier system,Product,NEWS,3TECH



3Tech-98% rectifier system

Under the background of "double carbon", communication operators as an important basis for social production and life, should not only reduce costs and energy consumption to the greatest extent, but also reduce carbon emissions and undertake the corporate responsibility of harmonious coexistence between human and nature.

For many years, 3Tech has been committed to providing reliable digital energy solutions for the global communication industry. Improving power efficiency and reducing energy consumption for communication operators is our constant pursuit goal. At present, most base stations around the world still use 90% to 96% or less efficient rectifier modules, and these sites generate a lot of energy loss, resulting in excessive heat generation and carbon dioxide emissions.

Rectifier efficiency 96% VS 98%

Compared with 96% of the current popular rectifier modules in the market, 98% of 3Tech's rectifier module can help users produce greater benefits. Taking the 9kW rectifier system as an example, when the average load is 70% and the efficiency gain is 1.8%, the annual energy saving can be 1000kWh. The annual cost can be saved by 200 USD (set at 0.2USD/kWh), and the annual emissions can be reduced by 0.5 tons.

3Tech has made a major breakthrough in the rectifier efficiency, the rectifier efficiency is up to 98%, and the energy conversion efficiency and power density have been improved. A higher conversion rate means that the energy consumption from the mains to the main equipment, or from renewable energy to the main equipment, and a higher power density means that the land area of various power supplies and other infrastructure is reduced. This plays an important role in realizing modularization, customization and rapid deployment of communication base station.

In the future, with the wide application of 98% rectifier module, it can not only help communication base stations reduce excessive heat generation and carbon dioxide emissions, but also achieve the goal of energy conservation and carbon reduction for operators.