400W PC power pack for the Medical Sector from Bicker

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400W PC power pack for the Medical Sector from Bicker
The MHG2-6400P 400W PC power pack from Bicker has been designed to meet the requirements of the medical sector and is not only particularly quiet but also complies with international safety standards. An integrated, temperature-regulated fan limits noise to 24.2dB during normal use; a fan monitoring system signals an alarm should the fan fail. The power pack is certified to standards IEC 60601-1, EN 60601-1, UL 60601-1, and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1-M90 and can be used within a temperature range of -10 to 50°C.
The AC/DC power pack is configured for 90 to 264VAC with PFC and has a frequency range of 47 to 63Hz. The device is 79 percent efficient at nominal load and 230VAC. Maximum output current is 28A at the 3.3V output, 35A at the 5V output, 0.5A at the -5V output, 30A at the 12V output, and 0.8A at the -12V output. Additional features include low leakage current (< 300μA), a Power-Good signal, and protective measures such as short-circuit protection at all outputs and overvoltage and overload protection. The power pack also features an external ground stud (M4) for equipotential bonding between other devices.

Bicker Elektronik GmbH was founded in 1994. The company develops, manufacturers and markets power supply solutions including power systems for industrial automation, industrial and professional users and the medical equipment industry. In addition to standard power supplies, Bicker also supplies DC/DC converters and uninterruptable power supplies for AC or DC power. The current power products cover the 3W to 3,000W range.


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