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Single output power supplies available from stock

Single output power supplies available from stock
In its easy to use online shop, Stadium Power has made available single output models from the high performance SA series of open frame power supplies. The SA60 and SA100 power supplies feature an input voltage range of 100-230V AC, a frequency range of 50-60Hz, and 12, 24 or 48V DC outputs.
27th January 2014

AC power supplies suit industrial and military applications

AC power supplies suit industrial and military applications
Targeting mission-critical industrial and military power system designs, the PF1350 and PF1351 AC frequency converter power supplies have been announced by Powerstax. These compact, power factor-corrected bench-top units offer an excellent combination of performance, flexibility and cost effectiveness.
24th January 2014

Power over Ethernet port can supply up to 30W

Power over Ethernet port can supply up to 30W
Enabling devices with higher power consumption to be powered, the SPIDER Giga 2TX PoE EEC is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) injector from Belden which can supply up to 30W. This makes it a suitable and efficient solution for powering devices, such as IP cameras, IP telephones or WLAN access points.
24th January 2014


Switching PWM servo drives deliver ±0.3nm standstill jitter

ACS Motion Control has introduced the NanoPWM switching PWM servo drives which are suitable for applications including 450 and 300mm semiconductor wafer inspection systems, high resolution OLED flat panel display handling and inspection machinery.
23rd January 2014

Op amp delivers stable offset voltage drift

Op amp delivers stable offset voltage drift
Eliminating the requirement for system level calibration, the OPA192 is an operational amplifier (op amp) which realises stable offset voltage drift over the full specified temperature range of -40 to +125°C. Texas Instruments claim that their OPA192 is the industry’s first 36V rail-to-rail input and output op amp to achieve precision offset voltage and drift without using auto-zero techniques.
23rd January 2014

AC/DC adapters fullfil demands of “patient contact” applications

Extending their low wattage series, the GSM18/25/36 (18/25/36W) series has been introduced by Meanwell. Delivering ≦50 μA low leakage, <0.1W no load power consumption and 88% high efficiency, the AC/DC adapters comply with 2*MOPP level international medical safety regulations.
22nd January 2014

AC/DC converter IC features integrated PFC control

AC/DC converter IC features integrated PFC control
Integrating Power Factor Correction (PFC) and Quasi-Resonant (QR) controllers into a single package, the BM1C001F is a high-efficiency AC/DC converter from ROHM Semiconductor. Suitable for 100W-class equipment such as TVs and industrial power supplies, ROHM claims that the converter IC is the first to incorporate an ON/OFF setting function and new PFC output control method within the PFC controller.
22nd January 2014

DC-DC converter modules with isolation voltage of 5200Vdc

DC-DC converter modules with isolation voltage of 5200Vdc
Luso Electronics Distribution has availability of a range of 1W and 2W single-output DC-DC converter modules from CTC that offer DC outputs ranging from 3.3 to 15V, operation over a wide temperature range and power efficiencies of up 80%.  Devices in the new P (1W) and P2 (2W) series offer input voltages of 5, 9, 12, 15 and 24V (plus 3.3V for the P2 series) and output voltages of 3.3, 5, 9, 12 and 15V.
22nd January 2014

Isolated DC/DC converters deliver 88% efficiency

Isolated DC/DC converters deliver 88% efficiency
Designed for applications which require Vin ranges of 9-36V or 18-75V at 15W, the SPM series of low power isolated DC-DC modules are now available from Murata. Available in an industry standard footprint, the modules incorporate the latest PWM technologies, automated assembly processes and synchronous rectification techniques to achieve one of the industry's highest energy efficiency ratings of 88%.    
22nd January 2014

DC/DC controller dramatically reduces switching jitter

DC/DC controller dramatically reduces switching jitter
Using a DC Resistance (DCR) sensing architecture that enhances the signal-to-noise ratio of the current sense signal, the LTC3875 enables the use of very low DCR power inductors. The dual output current-mode synchronous step-down DC/DC controller from Linear Technology operates over an input voltage range of 4.5-38V and produces a fixed output voltage from 0.6-3.5V with ±0.5% accuracy.
22nd January 2014


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