Digicom Electronics Introduces Power Converter for On-site Aircraft Maintenance


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Digicom Electronics, Inc. introduces its new portable, lightweight, 400 Hz power converter. The GENO 400 Hz Digicom Power Converter Model 779 accepts 100 VAC–250 VAC, 50 Hz, 60 Hz, and 400 Hz single, two, or 3-phase inputs and converts the power to 120 VAC 60 Hz output. The converter weighs only 15.1 lbs., allowing easy transport to the place of use. This design is ideal for applications in the aerospace industry, construction, military, as well as any remote activity locations where a standard power grid is not available.

The default power on almost everything on an aircraft, as well as ground support equipment at airports and maintenance facilities, is designed for 400 Hz. Diesel power generators, the choice equipment for remote areas where standard power is not available, deliver power at 400 Hz. Yet all power tools made and used in the USA, if not battery driven, are designed to run on 110-120, 50 Hz. This makes the GENO Converter an ideal partner in a seamless operation for convertible power in these applications.

Digicom’s GENO power converter’s harmonic distortion of less than 5% and output short-circuit protection offer clean, efficient, and safe operation. The four standard outlets with easy access ON/OFF switches, the LED status indicators, two internal cooling fans, each with vents containing an air filter that can be removed for cleaning, make operation of the GENO Converter a cinch to use and easy to maintain.

About Digicom Electronics

Digicom Electronics offers advanced electronics manufacturing with "Made in the USA” quality that fits the needs of larger enterprises while at the same time providing the benefits and individual attention needed to serve start-up companies. Digicom collaborates in all aspects of the process, from the design for manufacturability to the final, fully compliant product. Material procurement and management services include planning, purchasing, expediting, and warehousing of components and materials. Digicom has AS9100:2016 Rev D aerospace quality, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016 medical quality, quality system regulation 21 CFR 820, ITAR, HUBZone, Small Business, and numerous other certifications.

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