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1000 W Power Supply
The TX1000 series single-output, 1000 W power supply with active input power factor correction circuitry accommodates a 90 to 264 VAC input for global applications. Standard output configurations include 3.3, 5, 12, 15, 18, 20, 24, 28, 36 and 48 V models to support a wide range of needs including front ends for distributed power architectures. All models (except the 3.3 and 5 V) have an optional ORing diode, which, when combined with the active current sharing feature, provides an N+1 redundant platform for fault-tolerant applications. Standard features include power fail warning, remote inhibit, DC OK signal, current share, over-voltage protection, output over current/short circuit protection and remote sense. The logic signals can be configured either active high or active low.
C&D Technologies Inc.,
Power Electronics Division,
Tucson, AZ (800) 547-2537.
The VWx series DC/DC converters includes the 100, 150 and 300 W VWS and VWB boosters. The series uses advanced planar magnetics and open frame packaging to deliver good thermal performance and high reliability. The VWx converters are available in wide range 24 or 48 V nominal input voltages. Output voltages available include 3.3, 5, 12, 15, 24, 28 or 48 V. The series is rated for 100°C baseplate operation and has 1500 V DC of isolation. Price: $110.
International Power Devices,
100 W DC-to-DC Converter
The Statronics Power Supplies E100 series DC-to-DC converters have an input voltage range of 17.5 to 150 V DC. The input/output isolation is 2 kV rms and the DC output power is 100 W continuous, 110 W surge. The remote sense compensation is up to 1 V total lead drop with step-load response of 25 to 75 percent on output. Size: 4.0" x 1.0" x 6.7".
Power Plus Technical Distributors Inc.,
Canoga Park, CA
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