Mach-1™ DC solid-state contactors (SSC’s) are built on a compact, versatile, and rugged platform designed for switching medium to high DC power up to 1500V, 500A.
Mach-1 SSCs utilize semiconductor designs with a much higher power density, thus eliminating the need for larger semiconductor arrays. This significantly enhances reliability during both operation and construction. Furthermore, by implementing strict control and logic protocols, Mach-1 SSCs seek to deliver one of the most reliable switching operations.
Compared to conventional electromechanical DC contactors or power relays, solid state contactors can hot switch at much higher voltage, while improving lifespan by 100's of times.
The Mach-1™ standard model can be controlled just as mechanical DC contactors, and is suitable for applications operating at a frequency of up to 10Hz.
Features & Benefits
- General Purpose Switch for High/Low Side
- No Moving Parts, Arc-Free, and Noise-Free
- Optically Isolated, 2.5kV Dielectrical Strength
- Strict Control Protocols, Prevents Linear Mode
- Derived from 10+ Iterations, Proven Field Operations
- Made in Canada; UL semiconductor parts from the USA
Specifications & Downloads
| Part# Identification
||Rated Voltage||Rated Current||Rated Surge Current|
|M1DS01A-200A||150 VDC||200 A||300 A (250ms)|
||120A||150 A (250ms)|
|M1DS10-150A||1,000 VDC||150 A
||175 A (250ms)|
|M1DS01-400A||100 VDC||400 A||520 A (250ms)|
|M1DS06-200A||600 VDC||200 A||275 A (250ms)|
|M1DS10-250A||1,000 VDC||250 A
||250 A (250ms)|
|M1DS01-500A||100 VDC||500 A||1200 A (250ms)|
|M1DS15-150A-HP||1,500 VDC||150 A||150 A (250ms)|
||150 A||175 A (250ms)|
For General FAQ, please visit: Solid State Contactor FAQ
What's the Difference Between the 'Standard Model' and the 'Advanced Model' of Your DC Solid State Contactors?
The 'standard model' is controlled by just a set of DC signal wires, 1 for the positive, 1 for the negative. It is most commonly used in electromechanical contactor retrofit applications where the switching frequency is not more than 10Hz.
The 'advanced model', in addition to the DC signal wires, requires a 12-24VDC power supply in order to run a central processing circuitry. However, it offers significantly more capabilities than the 'standard model', such as supporting auxiliary contacts, responding to ON/OFF command within 20μs, and modulating at a frequency up to 100kHz with TTL/CMOS/logic signal.