Low profile 150W AC-DC supply for medical and industrial designs

January 30, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Low profile 150W AC-DC supply for medical and industrial designs
XP Power has launched a range of high density, low profile, open-frame AC-DC power supplies aimed at space-critical, cost-sensitive, industrial, telecoms and healthcare applications.

The EPL150 series produces 100W output with convection cooling and 150W with as little as 10CFM airflow. The product has a 101.6 x 50.8mm footprint and its low profile of 25.1mm makes it ideal for space-constrained applications. Class-leading power density is enabled by high efficiency, up to 95% typical at 150W with better than 85% achieved down to 10% load. No load losses are less than 0.5W giving reduced running costs and compliance with the latest environmental goals and legislation.

The parts are approved for use in Class I or Class II (earth free) applications for highest flexibility.

The EPL150 series features comprehensive safety agency approvals including IEC60950-1-1 for ITE, IEC62368-1 for ITE and IEC/ES60601-1 for medical, including 2 x MOPP means of patient protection from input to output and one means of patient protection (1 x MOPP) from both input to earth and output to earth, suitable for BF applied-part applications. Patient leakage current is less than 50µA and isolation test voltage is 4kVAC, input to output and 1.5kVAC from input to earth and output to earth.

Low-noise outputs available are 12,15, 18, 24, 28, 36 and 48V with a useful additional 12V fan supply provided, rated at 0.5A. Input is 80 – 264VAC and operating altitude maximum is 5000m making the parts suitable for worldwide use. 

Full power is available to +50°C with derating to +70°C ambient temperature with comprehensive protection included for overvoltage, overload and short circuits. The series is available from Digi-Key, element14, Farnell, RS Components, approved regional distributors, or direct from XP Power and come with a 3-year warranty.  

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