Power supply series for medical applications

The PMP92 Series of ac/dc desktop medical power supplies by Protek Power are designed to provide 90 W of continuous output power and features over voltage/short circuit/overpower protection and no minimum load requirement.

01/09/2016


The PMP92 Series of ac/dc desktop medical power supplies by Protek Power are designed to provide 90 W of continuous output power and features over voltage/short circuit/overpower protection and no minimum load requirement. Courtesy: Protek Power

The PMP92 Series of ac/dc desktop medical power supplies by Protek Power are designed to provide 90 W of continuous output power. Units are enclosed in a polycarbonate case with an IEC320/C6 or IEC320/C8 inlet that mates with an interchangeable cord. All models meet EN55011 and FCC Class B emission limits, and are designed for a variety of medical applications. The PMP92 series has a 90 to 264 Vac input, choice of Class I or Class II AC inlets, single outputs from 12 to 24 Vdc, operation up to 5000 m, low safety ground leakage current, over voltage/short circuit/overpower protection, no minimum load requirement, and an operating temperature range from 0 to 60 C.

Protek Power North America, Inc. 

www.protekpower.com 

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