Power supplies with integrated USB connector

CUI's 10 W SMI10‑USB, SWI10‑N‑USB, and SWI10‑E‑USB are wall plug-in ac/dc power supplies featuring an integrated USB connector and are designed to meet U.S. and international energy standards.

07/05/2016


CUI's 10 W SMI10‑USB, SWI10‑N‑USB, and SWI10‑E‑USB are wall plug-in ac/dc power supplies featuring an integrated USB connector and are designed to meet U.S. and international energy standards. Courtesy: CUI Inc.CUI's 10 W SMI10‑USB, SWI10‑N‑USB, and SWI10‑E‑USB are wall plug-in ac/dc power supplies featuring an integrated USB connector. They are all designed to meet the stringent average efficiency and no load power requirements mandated by the US Department of Energy (DOE) in effect since February 2016. The models also meet the European Union's January 2018 CoC Tier 2 directive that will add additional power consumption limits at 10% load levels.

The SWI10‑N‑USB and SWI10‑E‑USB are ultra-compact, fixed blade, wall plug adapters with small footprints. The adapters also feature single 5 Vdc regulated outputs with a wide universal input voltage range from 90 to 264 Vac. Both series also feature no load power consumption less than 0.075 W and provide over current, over voltage and short circuit protections. With fixed input blades for North American and Japanese applications, the SWI10‑N‑USB offers safety approvals while the SWI10‑E‑USB with European fixed input blades offers CE and GS safety approvals. Designed for global applications, the SMI10‑USB includes interchangeable ac blade options for North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, and China. The 10 W multi-blade adapter also features a 5 Vdc single regulated output and a wide universal input voltage range of 90 to 264 Vac.

CUI Inc.

www.cui.com 

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