"Pulsar" rectifiers are specially tailored for operation in electroplating industry. To bring the manufactured equipment as close as possible to the end user requirements each rectifier model has 16 modifications. Significant differences are in different control degree, that allow to use rectifiers both for contemporary automated industries and mechanized electroplating lines which do not use automation, as well as for separate electroplating tanks. "Pulsar" rectifiers have two hardware versions according to the degree of equipment protection against the environmental exposure effect. Protected version prevents spray ingestion and considerably decreases the effluvium effect, which is important for electroplating industry. Non-protected version prevents penetration of solid particles with sizes exceeding 2.5 mm into the equipment.
Reversible and non-reversible rectifiers, produced today are designed for an input current range from 25 to 6000 A and output voltage range from 6 to 230 V.

Rectifiers have three designs. Low-power rectifiers (less than 5 kW) are manufactured in a single casing and have insignificant differences in dimensions. Rectifiers with power more than 5 kW have two variants of modular structure: A Type and B Type. Modular structure allows to assemble the units into one rectifier assembly. The main advantage of such structure is that one or several modules can be used without shutting down the entire equipment. For example, when the process is changed into one that requires less rectifier power, for redundancy of one or several modules for a following power increase, in case of emergency force majeure situations. Type B modular structure differs from Type A structure by increased power of each module and, correspondingly by a slight increase in dimensions. Such variant of the structure enables a significant increase of rectifier power at a minor increase of unit dimensions and weight.