Latest 30W medical power supply boasts industry’s smallest footprint

04-03-2015 | XP | Power

Designed for use in medical applications, XP Power has announced the EML30 series of 30W ultra-compact single-output AC-DC power supplies. The EML30 series has the smallest footprint and the highest power density in the industry when compared to other similar 30W power supplies with medical safety approvals. Competitively priced, the versatile EML30 series also offers more mechanical formats and mounting options, says the company. Factors driving the demand for this type of unit are the desire for, and the development of, smaller portable medical equipment. Accordingly, the EML30 will find favour with customers requiring medical safety approvals and where the power source needs to occupy minimal space. The EML30 is also ideal where the requirement is for a Class II input type power supply and where no ground / earth connection is needed. The ultra-compact EML30 open-frame PCB-mount version measures just 75.2mm x 34.6m x 26.7mm offering a power density of 7.1W per cubic inch. Exhibiting versatility, the EML30 is available in a range of mechanical formats. There are open-frame versions with either PCB mount or with connectors, encapsulated models with either PCB mount or screw terminals, and a DIN rail mount option. These make life easier for designers by providing multiple mounting options to best fit their end system. A wide range of eight single output voltages embracing 3.3V, 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V, 24V, 36V and 48VDC are available. To power short term high power loads, a peak current capability of up to 130% of nominal rated power output is available, so there is no need for designers to specify a more expensive higher rated power supply. The power supplies feature a wide operating temperature range of -25C to +70C, with no derating until above +50C. Using convection cooling, the EML30 is able to provide full power without additional heat sinking or airflow. The EML30 meets the requirements of EN60601-1:2006, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1:2005, and CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1:2008, offering 2 x MOPP between primary and secondary circuits. Risk management files are available. The series meets the limits for Class B conducted and radiated EMC specifications of EN55022 without the need for any additional external filtering components, says the company.

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