TDK-Lambda – Digitally-controlled medical supplies B and BF type applications (EFE400M)Nov 2 2010 - Power [More Power Articles]
Expanding its successful range of EFE digitally-controlled medical power supplies, TDK-Lambda has introduced the new 400W, EFE400M range.
Combining a 4kVAC reinforced input-to-output isolation with dual fusing and an output-to-ground isolation of 1500VAC, the EFE400M meets EN/IEC/UL/CSA 60601-1 safety approvals for medical equipment, making it suitable for use in B (body) and BF (body floating) type medical applications.
Offered with nominal outputs of 12V/33.3A, 24V/16.7A or 48V/8.3A, all models in the EFE400M series deliver 400W continuous power – the 12V and 24V models can deliver 530W peak for 10 seconds – and can easily accommodate non-standard system voltages by precise factory programming. The patented Multi-Resonant Topology helps boost efficiency to typically 90%, and the 8-bit microcontroller provides full digital control of the power supply.
The use of digital control allows the EFE400M to be more efficient, smaller, cooler and more feature rich, consistent with the demand for environmentally-friendly products. Standard features such as redundant operation, (complete with in-built Oring FET) and a high current standby output (5V/2A or 12V/1A) make the supplies equally suitable for high integrity applications including broadcast, instrumentation, routers, servers and security networks. Other suitable applications include ATE and automation equipment.
Offered in a 6.5 x 3.5-inch footprint with less than 1U height, the EFE400M achieves typical power densities of up to 17.4W/in3 under peak load conditions and 13.1W/in3 under continuous loading. Case options include open frame, U-Chassis, cover and chassis, and cover, chassis and fan; an additional 12V/1A fan supply is included, if no fan is fitted. All models operate from 90-264Vac input with dual fusing as standard. Earth leakage current is better than 300Electropages - Electronics Components News, From Leading Electronics Distributors. More news from Lambda -power solutions