Switchers Take 90 To 264 Vac And Give 3.3 To 54 Vdc

Oct. 1, 2003
Measuring 2.50"H x 4.25"W x 9.17"L, including an end-mounted fan and cover, the SMQ500 and SMQ600 switching power supplies deliver up to 500W and 600W of power, respectively, and have a wide, 90 to 264 Vac input range and a single output of from 3.3

Measuring 2.50"H x 4.25"W x 9.17"L, including an end-mounted fan and cover, the SMQ500 and SMQ600 switching power supplies deliver up to 500W and 600W of power, respectively, and have a wide, 90 to 264 Vac input range and a single output of from 3.3 to 54 Vdc. The enclosed switchers also feature active PFC, remote sense, no minimum load requirements, and overvoltage, overtemperature and overcurrent protection. The power supplies also carry international safety agency approvals and the CE mark (LVD). A constant current version is also available, making the units suitable for battery charging applications. And high peak load capability and terminal block connectors make the series suitable for industrial applications. Pricing for the SMQ500 is $181 each/1,000 and for the SMQ600, $198. XPIQ INC., Holliston, MA. (508) 429-9883.

Company: XPIQ INC.

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