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TDK-Lambda to showcase advanced power supplies at Engineering Design Show

TDK-Lambda to showcase advanced power supplies at Engineering Design Show

TDK-Lambda UK will be presenting the latest additions to its industry leading range of power supplies at the Engineering Design Show, which takes place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry between 10th and 11th October.

Visitors to Stand A30 will be able to see the company's new Z+ Series of programmable dc power supplies, as well the CFE400M, a next generation digitally controlled, ac/dc medical power supply that meets both the 2nd and 3rd editions of IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60601-1.

On the first day of the Show, TDK-Lambda's experienced applications support managers Matt Smith and Keith Barclay will also present a seminar for oem designers that will walk them through the key steps for achieving rapid, successful power supply integration. During this session, delegates will learn about critical areas of power supply design for successful system realisation and the importance of early evaluation of thermal, environmental, emissions and immunity.

The workshop is free, but spaces are limited. To reserve your place, register now for the Engineering Design Show at

Laura Hopperton

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