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150 W external power supplies

2 May 2012 Power Electronics / Power Management

With an average efficiency of 87% and an off load (standby) power consumption of less than 0,5 W, TDK-Lambda’s DT150-C series meets the latest ErP, CEC and EISA worldwide energy efficiency requirements. Well suited to powering instrumentation and industrial devices, the DT150-C is also suitable for a wide range of other general purpose applications.

Available in nominal output voltages, ranging from 12 V to 48 V, the external power supplies are packaged in an insulated, compact and lightweight enclosure measuring 85 x 170 x 44 mm, and are convection cooled. In addition, the DT150-C features a recessed IEC320-C14 AC inlet and a 1 m long output cable with a moulded Kykon 4-pin connector. The universal AC input of 90 to 264 V a.c. allows global operation.

Approved to international CSA/UL/EN/IEC60950-1 safety Class 1 agency standards, the DT150-C series also meets EN55022-B and FCC Class B conducted and radiated EMI. The DT150-C product range has over-voltage and short circuit protection and is delivered with a two-year warranty.



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