Advanced Power Supplies on show at Engineering Design Show 2012
TDK-Lambda has announced that it will be presenting its latest additions to its industry-leading power supplies at its stand A30, at this year’s Engineering Design Show. On the first day (Wednesday, 10th October at 2.00pm) experienced FAEs Matt Smith and Keith Barclay will present a seminar that will walk OEM designers through the key steps for achieving rapid, successful power supply integration.One
Also on display will be the CFE400M, TDK-Lambda’s next-generation digitally controlled, AC-DC medical power supply that meets both the 2nd and 3rd Editions of IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60601-1. These efficient and reliable power supplies are well-suited for many types of medical and dental equipment, as well as other high integrity applications including ATE, automation, broadcast, instrumentation, routers, servers and security networks.
With a 10-year E-cap lifetime for superior reliability and ‘green’ <0.5W no load consumption, the ZWS-B Series printed circuit board type AC-DC power supplies reinforces TDK-Lambda’s ‘green’ product initiative. Available in three low power models – 10W, 15W and 30W – these products are ideal for use in a wide range of light industrial equipment and front-end equipment for broadcast and communications applications.
Complying with the 2nd Generation DOSA standards for Point-of-Load converters, the iCF, iCG, iBF and iAF series of non-isolated SMT DC-DC converters are plug and play devices that require no external tuning components. With a Land Grid Array footprint, these rugged and reliable devices are suitable for harsh telecom and broadcast mast-mounted applications, as well as industrial, test & measurement, routers and medical equipment.
Throughout the show technical experts will be on hand at the TDK-Lambda stand for designers who wish to discuss a specific power supply requirement in more detail.
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