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Wall adapter meets Energy Star EPS 2.0 spec

Posted: 21 Jul 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:adapter? power supply? short-circuit?

PSA24A-120(P) wall adapter

Phihong has introduced the PSA24A-120(P), a 24W, two-wire, universal input wall-mount adapter available in a single 12V output and boasts Energy Star Level V performance markings, which indicate that the adapter is compliant with the recent, and more stringent, Energy Star EPS Version 2.0 specification for external power supplies. The adapter, which also bears cUL/UL, BSMI and PSE safety approvals and markings, is suitable for portable equipment, access devices and peripherals.

"Throughout the design process, our engineers strive to create new products that not only meet and exceed our quality standards, but also uphold the company's commitment to manufacturing the energy-efficient, environmentally responsible power supplies that our OEM partners have come to depend on," said Keith Hopwood, VP of marketing for Phihong.

The PSA24A-120(P) wall-mount adapter is Class II double insulated, meets Class B EMI standards and features overcurrent, overvoltage and short-circuit protection. Additionally, per Energy Star EPS Version 2.0 specifications, the adapter features a minimum average operating efficiency of 82 percent and a maximum no-load power supply consumption of less than 0.3W.

Phihong's PSA24A-120(P) adapters measure 3.29- x 1.38- x 2.89-inch, terminate with a standard 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC barrel output connector and weigh 5.82oz. The 24W adapters are rated for operation from 0C to 40C.

Pricing for the PSA24A-120(P) adapter is $14.72 per unit at quantity 10 pieces.





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