Desktop supply series with interchangeable cord for worldwide use

Protek Power's PUP25 series feature up to 25 W of desktop ITE power that meets Level VI efficiency and an inlet for mating with any interchangeable cord for worldwide use.

02/11/2016


PUP25 series feature up to 25 W of desktop ITE power that meets Level VI efficiency. Courtesy: Protek Power North AmericaProtek Power North America's PUP25 series feature up to 25 W of desktop ITE power that meets Level VI efficiency. This compact and low cost product is enclosed in a black 94V-0 rated polycarbonate case and features a IEC320/C14 inlet for mating with any interchangeable cord for worldwide use. All models meet EN55022, EN55024 and FCC Class B EMI and are certified to UL, CSA, IEC and CE standards. The PUP25 series has an input voltage of 90 to 264 Vac and single output choices of 5, 12, 19 and 24 vdc. The series features a no load power consumption less than 0.1 W, operating altitude of up to 5000 m, over voltage/short circuit/overcurrent protection, burn-in at full rated load, and an operating temperature of 0 to 40 C. 

Protek Power North America

www.protekpowerna.com

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