Compact AC/DC power supplies for industrial and instrumentation applications

The MPU-400CS series from MicroPower Direct is designed for industrial and instrumentation power applications that require high power density and has a wide operating temperature range.

05/13/2014


The MPU-400CS series from MicroPower Direct is designed for industrial and instrumentation power applications that require high power density and has a wide operating temperature range. Courtesy: MicroPower DirectThe MPU-400CS series from MicroPower Direct is designed for industrial and instrumentation power applications that require high power density. The MPU-400CS provides 400 W of output power in a compact, low profile package. Other features include active power factor correction, full safety approvals, robust filtering, and compact construction.

Standard models operate from a universal input of 90 to 264 V ac, providing tightly regulated single outputs. Outputs are factory set to 12, 24, or 48 V dc, but are available over a range of 12 to 58 V dc (contact the factory). Standard features include filtering to EN 55022 Class B, active power factor correction to EN 61000-3-2 D, peak output power to 700 W, and an input/output isolation of 4,000 V ac. 

Interface signals for Power Good, Remote Sense, Current Monitor and Remote On/Off are provided. Optional connections for Current and AC Fail are available. A fan driver output is also provided. All models are approved to EN 60950. The series is certified to CE and is RoHS compliant.

The MPU-400CS family is packaged in a compact 8 x 5 x 1.6 in. U-Channel chassis. Each model is specified for operation over the wide operating temperature range of 0 C to +70 C.

MicroPower Direct

www.micropowerdirect.com 

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