2 About usRTPRectifier Technologies (RTP) is a Melbourne, Australia based designer and developer of DC Power solutions. It is credited as being the first company in the world to develop a switch-mode 110/220 V rectifier for power utilities in 1997.RTP won the Australian Design Award for the development of the RT4 series of power supplies. Other notable achievements include the AusIndustry award for commitment to business excellence, finalist in the Business Asia award for the best use of technology in Asia Pacific, and award for the Exporter of the Year.With end-users of RTP present in most countries in the world, it has a global footprint and exposure. Manufacturing facilities are in Malaysia with distribution channels in Asia, Europe and Americas.
3 HistoryPrestigious Australian Design Award for new generation of 25A rectifiers.These products became popular in explosive growth of wireless networks in the following yearsA project sponsored by AusIndustry of the Australian Government, results in development of a module that is integrated into a range of PowerShelves and highlighted at the INTELEC conference & exhibition in Berlin. Current customers include Vivo Brazil for their expanding wireless networks.The 12kW rectifier manufactured in Australia, China and India by companies including Exicom, Com10 and HFCL.Today it is still in production and provides widespread service.Patented developments in “Lossless Snubbers” are incorporated in a new50A rectifier targeted at the difficult electrical environments of China and India.Telstra commissions Tino Vescovi (one of the founding members) to develop world’s first 200A switch mode rectifier198819921995199819871990199319972005A 12kW Switched Mode Rectifier with Power Factor Corrected 3 phase input demonstrated to the world, more than a decade before companies like Emerson and Tyco would have products of comparable specification.RTP products gain acceptability for ruggedness in the Chinese marketA compact 100A rectifier described at INTELEC, in The Hague, Netherlands, sets a new standard for large central office power systems providing 10,000A within only five 19” racks.A new company, Rectifier Technologies Pacific Pty. Ltd. (RTP), is formed to focus on bringing innovative telecom power technology to all corners of the globe via technology licensing.A “Lossless Active Clamp for Secondary Circuits” is patented and provides new levels of power efficiency
4 Why Switch Mode?Switch Mode power supplies use an internal control circuit to rapidly switch power transistor on and off in order to stabilize output voltage or currentBenefits:Facts:Size & Weight: Higher frequencies mean smaller transformers and therefore smaller systemsAC-DC Conversion Efficiency: Ideally 100% efficiency. Typical values are >95%Versatile Output Voltage: Can be higher, lower or even negative to the input voltagePower Factor: Higher Power Factor ensures more efficient operationSwitched Mode based rectifiers can be upto 1/10th the size and weight of Thyristor based rectifiersWith our Switch Mode Rectifiers, you don’t need redundant systems. You only need redundant rectifiers – Saves space and money
5 RT7 OverviewThe RT4F-220V/12A is a switched mode rectifier/charger module designed to provide up to 12A of output current into a 220V nominal system. This charger has been designed to be used in conjunction with a battery to provide an uninterruptible DC power system. The low noise and high reliability make it ideally suited to industrial applications including switch tripping and emergency lighting. Up to five chargers can fit in a single magazine and large systems can be configured using a single control and supervisory unit (MiniCSU).Salient Features:3 phase rectifier moduleAvailable in 48V/110V flavours
6 RT4F OverviewThe RT4F-220V/12A is a switched mode rectifier/charger module designed to provide up to 12A of output current into a 220V nominal system. This charger has been designed to be used in conjunction with a battery to provide an uninterruptible DC power system. The low noise and high reliability make it ideally suited to industrial applications including switch tripping and emergency lighting. Up to five chargers can fit in a single magazine and large systems can be configured using a single control and supervisory unit (MiniCSU).Salient Features:High efficiency“Hot Swap” and “Plug & Play” convenienceUninterrupted operation because of N+1 redundancyIntelligent monitoring system via a controllerCompliance with IEC safety, EMC and environmental standards