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LUSO Electronic Products Grows Product Configuration Capability in Response to Rising Demand

Established power distributor and electronics service supplier, LUSO Electronics Products Ltd, has expanded its in-house capability in-line with increased demand from rail customers looking for modular, configurable supplies  that meet specific design requirements.

As a distributor and specialist service supplier to the rail sector, LUSO products conform to strict rail standards where performance and reliability are key requirements in often harsh and changeable conditions. Typical rail applications requiring DC/DC Converters provided by LUSO include, rolling stock, on-board peripheral devices, passenger information systems, ticketing machines, trackside applications, and DC power distribution systems.

Andy Eden, sales manager at LUSO said: “With a history in the rail sector that dates back to 1967, our in-house team has a robust understanding of the complex and demanding needs of the rail sector. Although LUSO offers a standard ‘off-the-shelf’ product range to choose from, in recent years we have seen an increasing demand for a more collaborative approach to working with our customers. 


“Many of our rail customers value the knowledge and experience provided by the team to deliver a solution that meets bespoke design requirements and look to us as a critical partner to support them with everything from product selection, right through the design cycle.”

LUSO provides technical and commercial support to a wide range of rail approved, EN50155 certified power solutions from Delta Electronics and P-Duke and also represent the critical power products such as UPS systems and inverters from AEG Power Solutions. For more information, visit – Overview of Rail specific products available from LUSO – Luso Electronics

Photo credit: LUSO

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