Power supplies: small ac / dc, 160 W unit

XL160 Series of ultra small, highly efficient ac/dc power supplies from Power Sources Unlimited pack 160 W of power into a 3 x 5 x 1.25 in. package.

06/07/2007


Wrentham, MAPower Sources Unlimited offers the XL160 Series of ultra small, highly efficient ac/dc power supplies, which pack 160 W of power into a 3 x 5 x 1.25 in. package.


The series features a universal 90-264 V ac input with active PFC. Nine models provide single or multiple outputs (single output models have a secondary 12 V dc, 1 Amp output). Two models provide ATX outputs in the same size package.

 

The design features efficiencies up to 90%, comprehensive protection circuitry, and remote sense on the primary output. Worldwide safety compliance to information technology equipment standards, RoHS compliance, and a mean time between failures (MTBF) in excess of 200,000 hours make the XL160 Series ideal for any application.

 

Units are competitively priced, the manufacturer says, starting at only $71 for OEM quantities. Full specifications and online procurement are available.

Power Sources Unlimited

Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief

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