AC/DC converters consume minimal power in standby mode

Posted By : Mick Elliott
AC/DC converters consume minimal power in standby mode

The 15W and 20W AC/DC power supplies from RECOM are designed for low power IoT and household applications. They are available at rutronik24.com. Based on the footprint of the compact RAC10-K modules, these new modules feature high-efficiency over a wide load range and minimal standby power consumption.

The RAC15-K and RAC20-K series are PCB-mount AC/DC modules with ultra-low energy losses especially in light load conditions.

Below 75mW, they have no load power consumption.

This makes them ideal for the always-on and standby mode operations needed for IoT and smart home devices.

Based on the latest developments of integrated power, the efficient power supplies allow 15W or 20W of power in a modular 2in. x1in. case size. 

The AC/DC converters have a universal mains input range of 85VAC up to 264VAC for worldwide use and come with international safety certifications for industrial, AV (audio/video) and ITE (IT-Equipment) as well as household standards.

Both the RAC15-K and RAC20-K are able to operate within a temperature range of -40°C to +80°C and offer fully protected 5VDC single outputs. They meet EMC class B far below the limits without the need for any external components.

The complete range of single output (5 - 48VDC), dual output options (12 and 15VDC) and wired versions will be available in the fall of 2018. 

Target applications include smart homes and smart offices, building automation, security & communication systems, door access controls, remote sensors and actuators, climate controls, touchscreen interfaces and garage door-openers.

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