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XP Power boasts highest power density 60W AC-DC supply

Posted: 22 Sep 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:XP Power? power supply? PCB mount? chassis?

XP Power has introduced the ECE60 series of single output encapsulated 60W AC-DC power supplies. According to the company, the devices have the smallest footprint and the highest power density of any 60W power supply in the industry, in which the PCB mounted model measures 91.4 x 38.1 x 28mm and has a power density of >10W per cubic inch.

Geared for applications that require a slim profile, a high power density and low no-load power consumption, the ECE60 is available in either PCB mount, chassis mounted with screw terminals, or in a DIN rail mount configuration, added XP Power.

ECE60 series

The range comprises eight models providing all the popular nominal output voltages from 3.3-48VDC. A peak load capability allows up to 130 per cent of rated output power to be available for up to 30s in order to accommodate a higher start up current when powering a motor for example. Using this approach allows an engineer to avoid having to specify a more expensive higher rated power supply just to provide for an occasional peak load requirement. Also, with its no load power consumption of less than The ECE60 meets EMC specification EN55022 for class B conducted and radiated emissions without the need for any additional filtering components. The supply is able to operate in most environments over a temperature range from -25°C to 70°C with no derating until 50°C.

With a Class II construction no earth or ground connection is required.

The ECE60 series is available from Newark, Farnell, element14, Digi-Key, approved regional distributors, or direct from XP Power and come with a 3-year warranty.

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