Whether a power supply or a semiconductor, the range of possible uses is vast in an industrial production setting, the standards set by various sectors imply that different supplies are needed for various applications. For example, high-end manufacturing sectors, including wind power rail transportation, precision manufacturing, and new energy, have stringent reliability requirements. Thus, these sectors demand DIN rail power supplies that are more efficient and reliable and perform better than those used in other sectors.
Historically, German companies exporting their products abroad have dominated this industry. Users also put up the requirement for equivalent high-end rail power supplies, with the expectation that Mornsun would be able to address the issues they face, given the current industry trend toward localization.
By listening to customer input and continuing to invest in technical advancements, Jinsheng Yang was able to fill a gap in the market with their M series of domestic high-end rail power supplies and meet rising consumer demand for products with greater safety, security, and speed.
Then why do we refer to the high-end rail power supply as such? Which problems does it solve for the market as a whole? How do we pick the right rail power supply in real-world scenarios? If you want a thorough response, this post is for you.
First, challenges faced by the high-tech manufacturing sector, and second, potential power solutions.
Different types of wind energy exist, such as those generated on land, at sea, etc. Salt spray, dust, high tide humidity, high altitude, etc., will all impact them since they are often put at high elevations or on the sea. Maintenance expenses will be high in such a demanding application setting.
Command in the Manufacturing Sector The petrochemical, metallurgical, and nuclear power sectors are typical distributed control systems (DCS) users. Extreme conditions, such as heat, tremors, explosions, etc., will impact the installation. However, an unexpected closure will result in significant financial losses.
The preceding two use cases highlight a universal truth shared by many sectors: product damage results in significant financial and human losses. They place stringent demands on the dependability of products as a result. For example, Mornsun has developed the M series of high-end rail power supplies to address these issues. These supplies include several developments in circuit design, component selection, manufacturing process, and application reliability design to satisfy consumer demands. Get in touch with a Mornsun expert for more info on this!