Desktop power supplies have no limited load

The PEAD70SLF series of ac/dc desktop power supplies do not require a minimum load for operation and are designed for ITE applications.

08/22/2013


The PEAD70SLF series of AC/DC desktop power supplies do not require a minimum load for operation and are designed for ITE applications. Courtesy: Power PartnersPower Partners announces the PEAD70SLF Series of single output ac/dc desktop switching power supplies, which provide up to 70W from an input voltage range of 90-264 V ac (47 to 63 Hz). The Series has standard output voltages of 15, 18, 19 and 24 V dc that require no minimum load for operation. 

The ultra-slim desktop adapter has a 3.66-in. x 2.28-in. x 0.66-in. footprint with C8 ac input receptacle. The PEAD70SLF Series features 3000 V ac input-output isolation, comprehensive protection circuitry, including over-voltage and short-circuit protection, and an average efficiency rating of 87%. Theset power supplies have an MTBF of greater than 100,000 hours at full load. All models are RoHS compliant and meet Efficiency Level V, EN55022 and FCC Class B emissions limits, and are approved to UL, CSA, and European UL/EN60950 safety standards. 

Power Partners' PEAD70SLF units operate between 0 C and 40 C. These external desktop supplies are designed for ITE applications like test and measurement, communications, and peripherals where small size is preferred.

Power Partners Inc.

www.powerpartners-inc.com 

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