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AC/DC power supplies come with four outputs

Posted: 15 Mar 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:AC/DC? power supply? medical?

From Emerson Network Power comes the LPQ200-M series of compact 200W open frame AC/DC power supplies, featuring four adjustable outputs.

With a 3-inch x 5-inch footprint and a height of 1.32-inch (less than 1U), LPQ200-M power supplies offer a power density of more than 10W per cubic inch and are capable of achieving efficiencies of up to 84 percent at full load. They are certified with ITE and non-patient contact and non-patient critical medical safety approvals, making them suitable for use in a variety of IT, communications, medical, dental and laboratory applications.

The LPQ200-M series is currently available in two standard models: LPQ201-M offers DC outputs of 3-, 5-, 12- and -12V; and LPQ202-M offers DC output of 5-, 12-, 24- and -12V.

Outputs are adjustable from -20 to +10 percent and LPQ200-M series power supplies offer a full-load hold-up time of 16ms. The power supplies can operate with input voltages of 90Vac to 264Vac (120Vdc to 300Vdc) and feature a maximum safety ground leakage current of just 275 ?A with a 264Vac input. LPQ200-M series power supplies are rated for operation from 0 to +50?C without derating, up to 70?C with derating, and can cold-start from temperatures as low as -20?C.

Under normal operating conditions, LPQ200-M power supplies have a high mean time between failures of more than 516,000 hours at full load. They are protected against overload and overvoltage conditions and are equipped with thermal overload protection.

Pricing for the LPQ200-M series is $149 per unit in production quantities.

- Ismini Scouras
eeProductCenter





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