Cence HVDC is a Class 4 (or Class 1) rated power system for loads over 100 W (up to 3kW per channel). Cence HVDC is equipped with Digital Current™ technology. It can output up to 450V DC to reduce line losses along cables, and has optional fault-management to send power without the need for mechanically protected cable.
Up to 347V AC / Up to 400V DC
Up to 450V DC (programmable)
Number of Channels Per Transmitter
Power Per Channel
Up to 3kW (3000 W)
15.75” (40cm) W x 2.5” (6.4cm) D x 34.73” (88.2cm) H
62.5 lbs / 28.35 kgs
White (custom colours available)
Screwed into studs
Class 4 power system with Digital Current™ technology built to comply with UL 1400-1
Pre-certified wireless module, certified to meet FCC, IC, and CE (RED) requirements for wireless transmitters
Digital Current™ technology combines the benefits of PoE with traditional AC line voltage
Learn more about the benefits of high-voltage DC power distribution
The Cence HVDC (high-voltage DC) panel is a modular Class 4 (or Class 1) power system. It consists of intelligent Digital Current™ transmitters, with (optional) built-in fault-management. Fault-management allows the system to make use of low-voltage wiring practices, while still providing the benefits of higher voltages (such as reduced line losses).
Digital Current™ transmitters are housed inside the Cence HVDC panel. Each transmitter has an integrated rectifier that makes a highly efficient conversion from AC to DC power. Then they distribute up to 450V DC to Digital Current™ receivers. From there, receivers can regulate voltages down to 60V DC or lower.
Each Digital Current™ transmitter inside of the the Cence HVDC panel transmits up to 450V DC, to Digital Current™ receivers. With optional fault-management, power is interrupted between transmitters and receivers in a fraction of a second in the event of any electrical faults.
Being fault-managed allows the system to make use of low-voltage wiring practices (in order to avoid mechanical protection). When a Digital Current™ receiver gets it's power from the Digital Current™ transmitter, the 450V DC is stepped down to 60V DC or lower. Digital Current™ receivers can be daisy chained to maximize power yield of the transmitters they are connected to.