IS2020RKPSG3A

This General Electric, MK VI VME power supply provides 335 volt power to the MK VI rack. In addition, it runs on 125 vdc, has multiple +28v outputs on the rear of the unit, and is designed to mount on the right side of the MK VI VME rack.
The power supply comes in many variants and contains multiple dc-dc converters installed to provide the various required outputs.
On it’s faceplate, there is a toggle on-off switch, and three led lights to indicate power and faults. The unit also has large heat sinks on one side to remove the heat generated by the dc-dc converters.
Repairing the RKPSG Power Supply:
Can Powergenics Repair this IS2020RKPSG power supply:
Yes…..Mk VI power supply failures are usually caused by DC converter failures which show up as a  red light fault. This causes the operator to shut down the core to replace the unit. Yes, Powergenics has reviewed over 15 years of repair history and developed a unique refurbishment program for these power supplies. Powergenics program includes replacing ALL the VICOR DC-DC converter modules as well as ALL the high-failure rate components found in the 15-year review. The result is basically a new power supply that comes with Powergenics’ three-year warranty along with a voltage load chart verifying the repair!
IS2020RKPSG3A Technical Specifications:
This General Electric, MK VI VME power supply provides 335 volt power to the MK VI rack. In addition, it runs on 125 vdc, has multiple +28v outputs on the rear of the unit, and is designed to mount on the right side of the MK VI VME rack.
The power supply comes in many variants and contains multiple dc-dc converters installed to provide the various required outputs.
On it’s faceplate, there is a toggle on-off switch, and three led lights to indicate power and faults. The unit also has large heat sinks on one side to remove the heat generated by the dc-dc converters.
Repairing the RKPSG Power Supply:
Can Powergenics Repair this IS2020RKPSG power supply:
Yes…..Mk VI power supply failures are usually caused by DC converter failures which show up as a  red light fault. This causes the operator to shut down the core to replace the unit. Yes, Powergenics has reviewed over 15 years of repair history and developed a unique refurbishment program for these power supplies. Powergenics program includes replacing ALL the VICOR DC-DC converter modules as well as ALL the high-failure rate components found in the 15-year review. The result is basically a new power supply that comes with Powergenics’ three-year warranty along with a voltage load chart verifying the repair!