New Industry Products

DC Small Cell Power System for Telecom and Network Equipment

September 25, 2014 by Jeff Shepard

DongAh Elecomm today introduced its new 288W LOPU-A4L rectifier from the Cheshire™ Series designed to support expansive growth in small cell 4G/LTE wireless/telecom base stations and network equipment. The LOPU-A4L rectifier module provides high efficiency network power at competitive pricing, with quick and easy installation, a small footprint and inconspicuous IP65-rated enclosure for outdoor applications. The unit utilizes free-air convection cooling that requires no fans. It is designed to meet UL® and Telcordia Technologies Industry Standards with high reliability.

LOPU-A4L key features include: High efficiency; Suitable enclosure for outdoor applications; Discreet appearance; Designed for high reliability; Free air convection cooling; no fans; Easy installation with quick-mount brackets; and International Safety Approvals (pending).

DongAh Elecomm has extensive experience in the wireless/telecom market, having deployed more than 200,000 small cell systems internationally. Small cells are being added globally to increase capacity in hot spots with high user demand and to fill in areas not covered by a macro network. They also improve network performance and service quality by offloading demand from traditional base stations, reducing both cost and power requirements. By 2017, small cells are expected to carry nearly all mobile network data traffic. By 2018, it’s predicted that some 11 million small cells will be in use, a roughly five-fold expansion since 2013.