Convection air-cooled cathodic protection rectifiers from JA Electronics allow an economical and durable impressed current system to be engineered with high reliability and with enclosures designed to your system specifications. Pole- and wall-mounting, variable or stepped output controls, custom enclosures and finishes, split level racks, removable doors, convenience outlets and a wide range of instrumentation options are available.
Photovoltaic solar panels from Kyocera® and the patented Omega II® controller from JA Electronics allow impressed-current cathodic protection of your protected structures where commercial power is not conveniently available. Our solar-powered CP systems feature high quality components and batteries engineered for sun-powered equipment, and JA Electronics reliability. Custom enclosures and mounting options are available.
An arrangement of anodes, cable and backfill either in deep holes or distributed, the ground bed is designed to satisfy current distribution requirements of the protected structure, and other application specifications. Anodes in the ground bed connect to test stations, junction boxes, and the rectifier or solar power impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system, to impress the required current for preventing or controlling corrosion. Impressed current system anodes may be graphite, high silicon cast iron, or wire coated with platinum, niobium or mixed-metal oxide.
The Omega II bridge/controller provides your corrosion engineers with advanced technology from JA Electronics, to power your protected structures with up to 50 amperes of protective current with 5% or less output ripple, compared to 45% ripple on standard units. This patented quality improvement uses fold-back voltage and output regulation, and on the low-end output there is no decrease in rectifier efficiency.