09 April 2010

New range of embedded power supplies

Campbell Collins, a supplier of power supplies, capacitors and power semiconductors, has added to its franchise list by taking on Integrated Power Designs' (IPD) range of AC/DC and DC/DC embedded power supplies.

The range of AC/DC power supplies includes power levels from 25 to 400W; 1-5 outputs from 2.5 to 48V; sizes as small as 4.25 x 2in and operating temperatures from -40 to 70°C. Units are available to meet both EN60950 (ITE) safety certified operation, and EN60601-1 (Medical) operation with associated isolation and leakage current requirements. Reinforced insulation is standard across the range meeting dielectric strength tests as high as 5656Vdc/4000Vac. According to Campbell Collins, efficiencies are as high as 85% typical.

The DC/DC range offers drop in DC Input versions of the REL series of AC/DC power supplies from IPD, which is designed to enable a seamless transition between AC and DC input fed designs. Power levels are from 70 to 185W and input voltage ranges are 18-36Vdc and 36-72Vdc. 1-4 outputs are available from 2.5 to 48V and package sizes are as low as 4.5in x 2.5in. Again, these devices are offered in EN60950 versions as well as EN60601-1 medically approved versions. Reinforced insulation is standard across the range meeting dielectric strength tests said to be as high as 4242Vdc/3000Vac. Efficiencies are as high as 84% typical.

Much of the IPD range is also a direct replacement of branded power supplies available from other distributors.

Author
Chris Shaw

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http://www.camcol.co.uk

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Campbell Collins Ltd

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