Marotta’s award-winning, patented power supply and power conversion technologies are customized to meet the challenging requirements of commercial and military platforms.
Our dedicated and highly experienced electronics engineers design solutions that optimize the system envelop and provide our customers with a smaller, lighter and economical solution.
1,500W output power | 115VAC, 400 Hz to 270 VDC
2,600W output power | 400 Hz to 270 VDC
Military and industrial OEMs seek continuous improvements in power conversion in the extreme environments found in military, shipboard and aviation electronics. Multi-step regulation and isolation of electronic circuits is a complex and costly process that is commonly required for AC to DC conversion in high power applications, demanding close attention to performance requirements such as power factor and current distortion, as well as size, weight, efficiency and cost.
To solve these challenges for the power conversion engineer, Marotta Controls has developed its new patent-pending 1-STEP AC-DC Conversion, an innovative new circuit solution that uniquely achieves three phase active power factor correction (APFC), power regulation and electrical isolation in a single conversion step. Marotta’s new design ensures the highest power and efficiency while reducing costs. This report provides a brief technical overview of 1-STEP AC-DC Conversion, contrasting this new technology to existing conversion options such as auto transformer rectifier units (ATRUs) and Vienna rectifiers, offering quantified test results, and highlighting competitive value and ideal applications.
We offer a wide range of advanced high power density power supply and power conversion solutions for military platforms such as missile systems, radar systems and military aircraft where reducing size, weight and cost is critical to success.
NOTE: The listed performance data may represent specific program requirements and not the design limitations of the technology.
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