Condor’s new 11W medical power supplies pack more power into less space
Condor announces a new range of single output power supplies designed specifically for use in medical applications. Called the GSM11 series, the new units are housed in an industry standard 2.28 x 2.0 x 0.7in package and, at 11W, they offer 57% more power than previous models of this size. They will also deliver 15W (114% more) for one minute. According to Condor, this increase in power comes with a 25% reduction in cost when compared with existing 7W models.
Condor has designed the GSM11 to meet the requirements of the RoHS directive if required and can make it available with Class II inputs if the application demands.
Models can operate from a wide 85 to 264VAC input range producing a full 11W at 0 to 50°C with convection cooling. Higher operating temperatures up to 70°C are possible if normal derating rules are applied.
Available outputs are 3.3, 5, 12, 15 and 24V as standard but Condor can supply any voltage between 5 and 24V as required.
The new power supplies are available with two styles of round or square pin connectors or screw terminal block connection allowing nine possible input/output combinations. All models feature overvoltage and short circuit protection as standard.
GSM11 series supplies are fully approved to UL/EN/IEC60601-1, CSA22.2 No 601 and UL/EN/IEC/CSA60950-1. They also meet the requirements of EN55011 level B conducted and level A radiated.
Medical applications for which these new supplies are ideally suited include small single board computers (SBCs), battery charging and powering small motors, pumps and solenoids.
Condor DC Power Supplies (www.condorpower.com) is a worldwide manufacturer of power supplies for medical, telecommunication and industrial electronic OEMs. The company is a world leader in medical specification power supplies and also offers an extensive range of standard commercial and custom AC/DC and DC/DC switch mode and linear power supplies from 7 to 6000W. In addition, Condor is ISO 9001-2000 certified and its products comply with international safety, EMI and quality standards.
Established in 1978, Condor is a subsidiary of SL Industries Inc, a public corporation providing Power and Data Quality Equipment (PDQ) and systems for industrial, medical, aerospace and consumer applications. (NYSE: SL).