Powercop Co., Ltd.

Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
http://www.powercop.com
  • Booth: B823

Powercop Inc. started with the trademark of Goldmac in 1996. 
We have been researching, developing and manufacturing a power supply device called S.M.P.S (Switching Mode Power Supply) for 20 years.
We are concentrating on the research and development of high-efficient subminiature module of DC-DC and AC-DC converter. 
All of our executives and staff promise to concentrate on technology development with the attitude to continue researching and to do our best in fulfilling the social roles of the company.


 Products

  • SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply)
    SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply) -AC-DC Converter -DC-DC Converter...

  • SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply)
    -AC-DC Converter
    This model is both an interior and exterior type. It has two types of input and output terminals which are the connector and the terminal-block. Two sides of the case are made of aluminum heat sink, thus when you attach it to the heat sink of the system, you can extend the lifespan of the product. As it has no fan, it is very quiet. It is designed to be installed conveniently in a variety of ways, depending on the purposes. (20W, 30W, 50W, 100W, 150W)
    -DC-DC Converter
    It is PCB ON BOARD type and is convenient because it can be directly soldered to PCB.
    Its case is made of aluminum metal, thus it is sturdy and has high heat protection. 
    There are four pieces of alignment pins, making for a sturdy design that can withstand even with strong vibrations after it is soldered with PCB

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