Mach-1™ DC Output Solid State Contactor
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Mach-1™ DC Output Solid State Contactor

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     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 3,000V, 500A and 10kHz. Compared to conventional electromechanical DC contactors or power relays, solid state contactors can hot switch at much higher power without arcing or wearing.

     Mach-1 Contactors features is capable of utilizing the latest semiconductor technology including SicFET and GanFET. Two models are available:

  • The Standard Model (M1DS- Series) may directly retrofit electromechanical contactors.
  • The advanced model (M1DA- Series) is capable of switching ON/OFF within 10’s of µS this enabling new applications in areas of load testing, high speed current interruptions, and PWM power controls.
Features & Selection Guide
  • General Purpose Solid State Switch, No Moving Parts
  • Proven Heavy-Duty Field Operations
  • Patent Pending, Highly Rugged and Reliable Design
  • Optically Isolated Input/Output
  • Standard Panel Mount Form Factor
  • Made in Canada; UL Semiconductor Parts from USA/Taiwan

Need bi-directional capabilities? Click here to view Mach-1 bi-directional models.

Need to switch above 500A? Click here to view MAX-Q models.

 

DC-Solid-State-Contactor-General-Selection-Guideline

  • Solid state switches in general, should be used at no more than 75% of its maximum peak ratings.
  • For mission-critical applications, increase above margins by 25% or more.
  • The above table is a general guideline only. Selection requirements may increase/decrease depending on the exact load and operating conditions.

 

Specifications & Downloads

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M1DX-Series Datasheet
M1DS-Series Important Information

Part#
Rated Voltage Rated Continuous Current Surge/Inrush Current Typical ON Resistance, or Voltage Drop
Notes
M1DX01-400A 100 VDC 400 A 700 A
(200ms)
0.6 mOhm High inrush current ratings
M1DX01-500A 100 VDC 500 A 1,200 A (200ms) 0.4 mOhm High inrush current ratings
M1DX01A-200A 150 VDC 200 A 200 A (200ms) 3 mOhm
M1DX01A-400A 150 VDC 400 A 400 A
(200ms)
1.5 mOhm
M1DX02-180A 200 VDC
180A 240 A (200ms) 3 mOhm

M1DX06-120A 600 VDC 120 A

120 A
(200ms)

1.5V @80A

M1DX06-200A 600 VDC 200 A 275 A
(200ms)
1.5V @150A Recommended for line voltages <900V
M1DX10-150A 1,000 VDC 150 A
250 A
(200ms)
1.75V @100A
Recommended for line voltages <900V
M1DX10-250A 1,000 VDC 250 A
250 A
(200ms)
1.75V @180A
Recommended for line voltages <900V
M1DX15-60A 1,500 VDC 60 A 60 A
(200ms)
1.5V @60A High voltage option, recommended for line voltages <1,400V
M1DX20-120A 2,000 VDC 120 A N/A 30 mOhm

High voltage option, recommended for line voltages <1,800V

M1DX30-60A 3,000 VDC 60 A N/A 45 mOhm High voltage option, recommended for line voltages <2,500V
Sample Applications
  • Mechanical contactor/solenoid retrofit
  • DC motor starters
  • Dynamic PWM braking
  • PWM power control
  • Divert load contactor, dump load contactor
  • Timer interrupt cathodic protection
  • Battery management systems
  • Ultra-fast transient protection switch
  • Battery charge/discharge
  • Load test
  • Scientific research
FAQ

For General FAQ, please visit: Solid State Contactor FAQ

How do I choose the right DC Solid-state contactor specification for my application?
You may complete a survey here for us to make a direct recommendation.

What's the Difference Between the 'Standard Model' and the 'Advanced Model' of Mach-1 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 existing control input wires can be used directly.

The 'advanced model', in addition to the DC signal wires, requires a 12-24VDC power supply in order to run a central processor. However, it offers significantly more capabilities than the 'standard model', such as supporting auxiliary contacts, responding to ON/OFF command within 10μs, and PWM at a frequency up to >10 kHz with TTL/CMOS/logic signal. (Ask us about switching 100kHz).

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