300 Watt 3” x 5” Switcher

Feb. 9, 2011
PowerGate LLC announces the release of the Cincon CFM351M Series of 350 Watt switcher in a compact 3.00 x 5.00 x 1.51" open-frame package featuring Active PFC and Medical Safety Approvals.

PowerGate LLC announces the release of the Cincon CFM351M Series of 350 Watt switcher in a compact 3.00 x 5.00 x 1.51" open-frame package featuring Active PFC and Medical Safety Approvals.

The CFM351M series consists of four models with main output voltages ranging of 5/12/24/48 VDC and auxiliary outputs of 5VSb @ 300mA and 12V Fan @ 300mA. All models feature Remote On/Off Control; Remote Sense; Universal AC Input (90-264 VAC); High Efficiency operation 89-93%; Active Power Factor Correction; Full load operation up to 50°C with 10 cfm airflow; up to 300 watts convection cooled operation; and Reliability in excess of 100k Hours. The series has been qualified for Class B Emissions and is safety approved to UL/cUL 60601-1, EN60601-1 standards and bears the CE Mark.

Evaluation quantities in stock now with lead times of 8 weeks. Specifications are available for download from www.powergatellc.com/pdfs/CFM351M.pdf. The 500 pc price is as low as $119 for the 24v/48v versions and $139 for the 5v/12v versions.

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