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Field Reliability of D.C. Power Plants for Telecommunication Systems

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2 Author(s)
Grossoni, M. ; SIP Società Italiana per I''Esercizio delle, Telecomunicazioni s.p.a., Roma - Italy ; Rizzi, Luigi

Field reliability data are described with references to 48V/60V 300A power plants, developed by ITALTEL according to specifications of SIP, Italian Telecommunication Operating Company. Each power plant consists of a power distribution system, 60A rectifiers and 25A buck-boost converters, redundant parallel operating with load sharing and selective cut-off of failed unit. The period under examination covers almost 4 years, during which over 200 power plants with more than 600 rectifiers and 700 buck-boost converters have been installed. The methods used for data collection are explained, as well as the statistical instruments used for the comparison of field results and estimated data.

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Telecommunications Energy Conference, 1987. INTELEC '87. The Ninth International

Date of Conference:

14-17 June 1987