Medical Approved Desktop Switcher Supplies 100 W

Jan. 10, 2007
The APS100ESM Series of 100-W Medical Approved Desktop Switcher from APS draws minimal input power under no-load conditions.

The APS100ESM Series of 100-W Medical Approved Desktop Switchers from APS draws minimal input power under no-load conditions. This is in compliance with appliance energy-efficiency standards that are going into effect in January 2007.

The APS100ESM series feature universal ac input with harmonic correction to comply with EN61000-3-2 limits. The products deliver output power of up to 100 W with single output voltages of 12 Vdc, 15 Vdc, 19 Vdc and 24 Vdc. Operational efficiency is 88% to 90%.

Package dimensions are 5.91 in. x 2.36 in. x 1.32 in. These supplies are available with 2 or 3 prong IEC-320 inlets and offer a broad range of standard output cable lengths and output connectors to support customer-specific requirements.

UL60601-1 / EN60601-1 (Class I or II) medical safety approvals make these power products ideal for laboratory, medical and gaming applications requiring external power in a small package. Units are available now with complete specification available online at the APS web site. Volume pricing is $32.00.

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