Front End Supply Supports Serial Communications

June 21, 2006
From SAE Power, the PF1200-4801 is a 1200-W hot-swappable front end power supply that features extensive I2C-compatible monitoring and control.

From SAE Power, the PF1200-4801 is a 1200-W hot-swappable front end power supply that features extensive I2C-compatible monitoring and control. The PF1200-4801 delivers 1200 W of 48-V power over its 90 Vac to 264 Vac input voltage range. This capability makes the supply ideal for networking and storage systems.

The I2C-interface facilitates communications with host systems of key information including serial number, part number, place/date of manufacture, input voltage, output voltage/current, and alarms. I2C control functions include output voltage adjustment, unit enable/disable and fan override. These supplies also provide a full complement of analog signals including 5VSB, current share, remote sense, remote on/off, voltage adjust, current monitor, ac OK, dc good and fan fail.

The PF1200-4801 power supply module measures 10.25 in. x 4.83 in. x 1.60 in. and can be mounted in either 1U or 3U high configurations with microprocessor controlled internal ball bearing fans.

Pricing is $312.00 each in quantities of 250 and evaluation units are available from stock.

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