Luso signs deal with Excelsys to distribute power supplies including fanless high-efficiency 600W module across Europe

Luso Electronics has become a European representative for Excelsys Technologies and will sell the company’s extensive range of high-efficiency, high power density and high reliability power supplies and related components – primarily for industrial, medical communications and military markets.

 

The Excelsys deal is the latest franchise agreement to be announced by Luso which has added a small number complementary franchises in the power supply and magnetic components area within the past 12 months for which it provides expert technical and commercial support.

 

Luso will distribute Excelsys’ full range of AC/DC power supplies and customised solutions including the recently launched CoolX600 Series –the only fanless power module rated at 600W output available on the market.  

 

Conor Duffy, European sales manager, Excelsys Technologies, commented: “It is a delight to welcome Luso as a European Distribution Partner. Luso has a fantastic reputation in the UK market built on its technical expertise, design guidance and operational excellence. We will work closely together to define and deliver best-in-class solutions to our customers in terms of performance, flexibility and reliability.”    

 

“At the forefront of manufacturing innovative high efficiency, low profile power supplies, Excelsys is the perfect addition to our growing power portfolio and particularly strengthens our range of solutions for industrial electronics applications. Luso will support all Excelsys platforms including Xgen, UltiMod, Xsolo and the recently launched CoolX Series, the world’s only convection cooled modular platform,” added David Zelkha, managing director of Luso Electronics.

 

Luso is showcasing the Excelsys CoolX600 Series on stand G74 at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics show at Farnborough, UK, between 21 to 23 March 2017.

 

www.lusoelectronics.com

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