02 June 2011

Rutronik incorporates RECOM's certified ac/dc converter into its programme

The RAC15-B and RAC40-A-series from the RECOM Powerline family are compact isolated ac/dc converters that meet CE and UL60601 requirements and are approved for medical applications.

The converters have 4kVAC/1min. isolation voltage and a leakage current of maximum 200mA, a feature in medical technology. The 15 and 40W modules offer a universal input voltage range and are available with single, dual or triple outputs from distributor Rutronik.

The conversion efficiency of the RAC15-B and RAC40-A series is up to 83%, which enables RECOM to guarantee an ambient temperature range of -25 to 70°C without derating. They are protected against short circuit and overload, feature a Class B EMC filter and meet EN55011 and EN60601-1-2 without external components. Both RAC series are available either for pcb or DIN rail mounting, the latter with screw terminal connections. The MTBF is specified, depending on the output, to MIL-HDBK-217F at 25°C up to 400,000 hours.

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Rutronik

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Rutronik UK Ltd.

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