MRE : Manufacturer of Power Supplies


  • SMPS Manufacturer
  • CCTV Power Supply Manufacturer
  • POE’s Manufacturer
  • Power adapter manufacturer
  • Security System System Power Supply
  • Battery Backups/ UPS Manufacturer
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MRE has scaled new heights in the field of development and manufacturing of Electronic products in the field of Power supply and Safety.
MRE is a leading manufacturer of Power Supplies since 1974.

MRE is a leading manufacturer of Power Supplies since 1974 MRE is a high – tech enterprises that specialize in the development and manufacturing of Electronic products in the field of Power supply and Safety. MRE is one of the leading SMPS manufacturers in India.

This year marks MRE’s successful completion of 49 years in field of manufacturing with a bouquet of over 500 products to offer to our esteemed clients. We strictly implement & follow the operation guidelines of `Leading Technology, Reliable Quality, Satisfactory Service and Customer First’.

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    We are committed to provide a good quality product at a competitive price and performance that can beat any renowned brand products available in market.

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    FAQ for SMPS

    A switch mode power supply (SMPS) is an electronic circuit that converts power using switching devices that are turned on and off at high frequencies. They store power during non-conduction states by storing energy in capacitors or inductors. Switches are used in most appliances. They are used to turn devices on or off, change the voltage of electrical current, and regulate the voltage from one device to another. A swithc-mode power supply, also known as a switch-mode power supply or switching-mode power supply, is also a very popular choice for new power supplies.

    The first thing you need to know about the SMPS Watt rating is that do not get fooled by the Watt rating.

    This is a very common mistake.

    A good 300 Watt SMPS can easily beat the cheap local branded 500 / 600 Watt SMPS.

    When selecting a SMPS, the first thing you should consider is how many amps of power it needs to operate properly. You’ll need at least a 1 amp (12 volt) output to start.

    Every single-phase supply contains a voltage/current chart that shows the current output in amperes for each phase. Look for the amps below 12V and make sure they are at least 30 amps for a dual-rail smp.

    Both of those amps should have at least a 16A and 18A current.

    A good smps can have an output up to 30 amps, which is fine for most systems that do not include many fancy features.

    A Current Sense on a 12V Rail will usually give over 35Amps at 12V rail.

    The advantages of SMPS include,

    • The efficiency is as high as 80 to 90%
    • Less heat generation; less power wastage.
    • Reduced harmonic feedback into the supply mains.
    • The device is compact and small in size.
    • The manufacturing cost is reduced.
    • Provision for providing the required number of voltages.

    The cost of purchasing an external power supply depends on several factors such as the type of supply, power requirements, and the market value of the supplier. The power requirements of any specific application, usually determines the price of the power supply. For example, if you need more than 500W, then the cost of a power supply is higher.

    A SMPS is totally safe. A common mistake is not to have the input voltage and input current in a certain ratio. But as long as they are within a specified range, you can use it with ease.

    A SMPS is a switching mode power supply, while an inverter converts DC power into AC power. Both offer similar performance, but one has a distinct advantage over the other. While an SMPS produces less power, it can generate a consistent and constant voltage, and is easier to maintain. On the other hand, an inverter can deliver more power, but it does so in an inconsistent manner, making it difficult to maintain.

    SMPSs are a more reliable type of power supplies, and are usually preferred over inverters for their better performance and longer lifespan. An inverter is a device that converts DC electricity into AC electricity. Inverters are usually more efficient than SMPSs, but they have a shorter lifespan and require additional maintenance and repair. If you’re looking for an efficient solution, then you can go with a SMPS.