Lambda has launched a lower power range of multi-output models to its popular NV-Power family of configurable power supplies. The new NV-100 models enable Lambda to satisfy the increasing demand for cost-efficient 1U high configurable power solutions at 100W in broadcast and instrumentation markets. In addition, the new models hold MIL-STD-801E approvals and as such are capable of withstanding the rough handling and harsh service conditions associated with military use. The range is also well suited to other applications, such as ATE, automation, routers and servers, and security networks.
gned to operate from inputs in the range from 90V to 264Vac (45Hz to 63Hz) or 120 to 350Vdc, Lambda’s flexible NV-100 power supplies offer a class leading efficiency of up to 90%. They are available with up to four outputs, covering the range 3.3V to 24V and delivering currents up to 10A.
Available with a selection of outputs and cover/chassis/cooling options, it is possible to achieve a wide range of output voltage and current combinations. Using the Lambda NV-Power Configurator, design engineers can create their own configuration online at www.nv-power.com. This tool checks your configuration and offers the optimum solution with fully approved samples available on short lead times. Total output regulation is 1% and no minimum load is required.
The NV-100 power supplies achieve a convection power rating of 50W at ambient temperatures up to 50ºC. As well as being EN61000-6-3 and FCC47 compliant (achieving class B conducted and radiated emissions), Lambda’s 100W NV-Power models meet IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60950-1 safety approvals, carry the CE mark and come with a three-year warranty.