New franchise agreement to augment offer of reliable and high performance power supplies to industrial users

Luso Electronics has announced it has signed an agreement with Chinese power supply manufacturer Pairui to become its franchised distributor in the UK and Ireland. The partnership further strengthens Luso’s position as provider of high power density AC-DC and DC-DC power converters and provides Pairui with a significant opportunity to increase sales and prominence within Europe.

Pairui manufactures an extensive range of compact and reliable AC-DC power supplies including enclosed 15-1500W packages for industrial applications with various functions include inrush current protection, over voltage protection, over current protection, optional power factor correction (PFC) functions. The high quality modules are fully approved to UL60950, EN60950 and FCC Class A standards and are sold with a warranty of up to 5 years.

Additionally, Pairui’s produces DC-DC power converter line ranges from 1W to 200W for encapsulated DC-DC converter modules, 30W to 700W for standard digital power bricks and 2W to 40W AC-DC converter modules. With a 3 to 5 year warranty, the series of models within this line offer a variety of input and output options and protections among other functions.

David Zelkha, managing director of Luso Electronics, commented: “With a strong reputation for high quality high quality AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies at competitive prices, the agreement provides a considerable boost to our industrial power offering and enables us to deliver a complete one-stop shop solution to our customers.”

Adam Yang, power division manager at Pairui Group, added: “With its deep understanding of the power supplies market and its skilled team of technical specialists, Luso Electronics is the ideal distribution partner to help drive the growth of our high performance power products across the UK and Ireland.”

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