Super compact 200-W ac/dc power supplies correct for power factor
This series of 200 W super compact ac/dc power supplies easily fits into 1U-high designs for applications where space is critical. The power supply series features a power-factor-corrected, universal 90-264 Vac input.
The CFM200S series of 200 W super compact ac/dc power supplies easily fits into 1U-high designs for applications where space is critical. The power supply series features a power-factor-corrected, universal 90-264 Vac input. There are 10 models that provide single outputs from 3.3 Vdc to 48 Vdc. Units may be ordered in a U-channel configuration or with an optional cover/fan assembly.
Efficiency is typically 80%; line and load regulation are specified at 1% each; and operating temperatures are from 0 to 70 C (derated after 50 C). Other features include single-wire current-sharing; remote sense, ac OK and dc OK signals; and remote ON/OFF. Comprehensive protection circuitry is inherent in the design. The power supplies comply with the EN60950-1 safety standard, and are RoHS compliant. Suggested applications include instrumentation, process control and communications.
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