Power supplies with interchangeable input blades for global use

CUI's SMI family of Level VI-compliant external ac/dc power supplies range from 5 W to 36 W and feature interchangeable ac input blades designed for use in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and China.

01/07/2016


CUI's SMI family of Level VI-compliant external ac/dc power supplies range from 5 W to 36 W and feature interchangeable ac input blades designed for use in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and China. Courtesy: CUI Inc.CUI's SMI family of Level VI-compliant external ac/dc power supplies range from 5 W to 36 W and feature interchangeable ac input blades designed for global use. The wall plug-in SMI5-USB, SMI6, SMI18, SMI24 and SMI36 include ac blade options for North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and China. The multi-blade adapters feature a wide universal input voltage range of 90 to 264 Vac and are available in single output voltages from 5 to 48 Vdc. Protections for over voltage, over current and short circuit are also included and vary by series. The SMI5-USB comes with an integrated USB connector and offers UL/cUL, GS and RCM safety approvals, while the SMI6 series also includes CCC and PSE safety approvals. The SMI18 and SMI24 series both offer UL/cUL, GS and PSE safety approvals, while the SMI36 series also holds the CCC safety approval.

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