Medical product innovation showcased at Compamed
Delta has presented a selected range of its medical power supplies (MPS) designed for the high-intensity demands of medical applications, as well as several DELBio biomedical products at Compamed, the leading trade fair for the medical supply industry.
Within the MPS portfolio, the MEG series AC/DC configurable power supplies are figured as a well suited option for a wide range of medical applications with high power density up to 27W/inch3 and power output up to 3,000W.
Kenny Tan, Deputy Director for Delta’s Industrial Power Supplies & Medical Applications Business for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, said: “The medical industry has very specific requirements in regards to the MPS solutions. It relies on a multitude of medical applications, with a non-performing or faulty product potentially can lead to the difference between life and death in an emergency situation.
“The Compamed event provides us with the perfect platform to showcase our bespoke solutions in action, and gives attendees a hands-on experience with many of the products and biomedical devices in the field.”
The Delta stand comprises three dedicated areas for each MPS product type within its expansive product range from configurable power supplies, built-in power supplies, to external adapter, as well as its biomedical products from consumer medical devices, medical imaging systems, to vitro diagnostic products, delivered through DELBio, a member of Delta Group.
The MEG-A series feature high efficiency and high power density up to 27W/inch3, and can be configured by three types of modules with max. outputs of 240W, 300W and 1,200W respectively. The series offer four types of power frames that can accommodate one to nine slots depending on the selected power module(s) to create power outputs from 16.5W~3,000W.
The output voltage can be configured up to 60V by GUI interface through USB communication (PMbus/RS232/RS485). This means users can focus on the end-device design, instead of developing the power supply themselves, to increase product development efficiency and achieve faster time-to-market. The MEG-A comes with both medical and ITE safety approvals and the design is compliant with the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU for environmental protection.
The recently released MEB-750A will also be on display at the show. With an output voltage of 24V, this 750W four by seven inch built-in 1U form factor is suitable for type BF patient access applications.
Additionally, the new Delta MEA low-power adapters will be demonstrated at the trade show. These external devices have an output voltage of either 12, 15, 19, or 24V, comply with rigorous industry standards, and are low power consumption and low leakage current compliant.