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PSU available in 75 W to 1000 W output range

29 June 2022 Power Electronics / Power Management

The Mornsun LMF series of enclosed switched-mode power supplies are available in a power range of 75 W to 1000 W. These PSUs accept AC or DC input on the same terminals and have a universal input voltage range of 85 V AC to 305 V AC or, with a DC voltage input, 120 V DC to 430 V DC. Besides high efficiency and low consumption, they also have safety isolation and high reliability, all of which make them highly cost-effective solutions.

The LMF series operates in an ambient temperature range of -40°C to 85°C and has an operating altitude up to 5000 m.

Multiple safety mechanisms are offered on the PSUs with output short-circuit, over-current, over-voltage and over-temperature protection built in. They can also withstand a peak load output of 150% for up to 1 second. Each unit has high I/O isolation up to 4000 V AC and can withstand vibrations up to 5G, making them both reliable and safe to use.

The LMF series has a high efficiency of up to 95%, a low standby power consumption, and active power factor correction is available on some models. The products are suitable for use in applications such as industrial control, street light control, security, communications and smart homes.


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