Dipolar releases three new products

During the last quarter of 2018 Dipolar will be releasing three new products. The Magdrive series is extended with 400 and 2000 watt power supply units. Dipolar is also launching the new Interface24; an innovative module for quick and easy connection and monitoring up to 20 Magdrive power supply units. Along with the launch all Dipolar products will be updated with a new steel grey design.

In addition to the original Magdrive 1000, the extended Magdrive series now includes two new 400 and 2000 watt power supplies for industrial magnetrons. The Dipolar technology behind the popular Magdrive 1000 remains the backbone of the extended power supply range. Apart from some adjustments of the Magdrive 1000 control panel and a new design the core technology of the original Magdrive 1000 remains the same.

The new Interface24 is designed to connect and monitor 20 Magdrive units using only one interface module. Multiple interface modules can also be used together to connect larger clusters of Magdrive units. As the name suggests, the interface is designed to include some spare ports for maximum usability.

– We have taken on a holistic approach in terms of product development and the extended Magdrive series is only the beginning of a wide range of exciting solutions. We are constantly evolving together with our clients as their operations expand and it is with great joy that we present an expanded product range designed to meet their needs, says Walter Rönnblom, CEO of Dipolar.

After three decades delivering solutions in industrial power supply, designing dependable and pioneering solutions still remains the focal point of Dipolar. During the engineering process of the new products, Dipolar has reviewed quality and performance aspects from a user as well as a manufacturing point of view.

– Quality assurance has been the centrepoint of this whole process. Developing a new range of products together with a cross-functional team of experts has created new opportunities to review and secure critical aspects such as reliability and performance, Walter Rönnblom says.

The extended Magdrive series and Interface24 will be available for delivery from 2019. Magdrive 1000 is available for immediate delivery and will be re-stocked in the updated design scheme during the last quarter of 2018.

Vacuum-Microwave drying

Magdrive1000’s are the power sources for innovative and cost effective drying of meats, vegetables and fruits. Multiples of 1kW magnetrons are thereby data controlled over industrial fieldbus.

Microwave plasma technology to recycle greenhouse gases

A scalable, configurable and serviceable solution that allows industrial microwaves to reduce and recycle emissions of carbon dioxide. ReCarbon Inc has created an innovative setup featuring microwave plasma technology, controlled by the MagDrive 1000.

California based ReCarbon Inc has created the commercialisation-ready solution which utilises microwave plasma technology to convert carbon dioxide and CH4 into carbon monoxide and hydrogen. While most carbon dioxide strategies have no or little return on investment, ReCarbon has developed a profitable business model by recycling CO2 submissions whilst supplying the hydrogen economy with a reliable supply of industrial gases.

”This is exactly the right time for renewable energy and if we work together, we see great opportunities for being able to offer our solutions to large industries that cause significant emissions of carbon dioxide,” says Curtis Tom, Vice President of Technology and Product Development at Recarbon Inc.

Microwave plasma powered by the MagDrive 1000

More than one hundred units of the MagDrive 1000 are used in this groundbreaking project. The 1 kW power supplies are an important component in the reactor, where greenhouse gas emissions are converted into carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Curtis Tom at Recarbon Inc explains:

”Many of them work under full power in continuous operation and they function faultlessly nevertheless. Our development work requires us to sometimes subject components to extremely heavy loads and abusive conditions but the MagDrive 1000 has never let us down.”

Here you can learn more about ReCarbon Inc and their work using the MagDrive 1000.