ABB Power Conversion has purpose-built a new liquid-cooled, three-phase, 75-V rectifier — the CC7500. Designed for heavy pulse-load applications, such as industrial lasers, the rectifier provides the consistent, dependable power needed for precision manufacturing processes.
 The latest addition to ABB’s CC-series rectifiers, the CC7500 features a low-line 200-/208-/240-VAC input that enables its use in regions where low-line utility power is available, like Japan; a wide-range 75-VDC nominal output (65 to 80 V); and redundant +5-VDC standby power. The fully sealed power supply is IP65-rated to protect against harsh elements that may be present in a manufacturing environment. It is available in liquid-cooled configurations with dripless connectors or in conduction-cooled versions with integrated heat sinks, providing flexible, efficient cooling options for applications.
 The CC7500 rectifier features a standard ModBus/RS485 communications interface, enabling it to communicate with industry-standard programmable logic controllers, which are commonly used to control manufacturing processes. The rectifier also meets a variety of safety (UL1012), environmental, and regulatory requirements, including EN62477-1/IEC61207-1; FCC part 15(A); EN55032 Class A; EN/IEC 61000-3-12; EN60555-2; and EN61000 immunity and transient standards. Its compact footprint allows both horizontal and vertical orientation for minimal width and maximum stacking density.