Power supplies for low audible noise applications

TDK Corporation's TDK-Lambda CU350M medical and ITE certified 350 W power supplies are designed for test and measurement and other applications requiring low audible noise.

10/12/2015


TDK Corporation's TDK-Lambda CU350M medical and ITE certified 350 W power supplies ideal for hospitals, clinics, dental, and home based medical applications. Courtesy: TDK CorporationTDK Corporation's TDK-Lambda CUS350m medical and ITE certified 350W power supplies are designed for test and measurement, as well as hospitals, clinics, dental, and home-based medical applications. These power supplies require no external airflow and are suitable for professional broadcast and audio equipment where low audible noise is demanded. The CUS350M series features 12 V, 18 V, 24 V, or 48 V outputs with a user adjustment of +/-5% to accommodate non-standard voltages. The series provides up to 350 W output power at 40 C ambient, 175 W at 70 C, and a standby power consumption of less than 0.5 W. The series operates from 85 to 264 Vac input and includes a 5 V 0.5 A standby output, remote sense, and isolated DC signal, and remote on/off function. Input to output isolation is 4,000 V ac and 1,500 V ac input to ground and output to ground.

TDK Corp.

www.tdk-lambda.com 

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