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1W/3W Ultralight compact non-isolated AC/DC converter

MORNSUN has launched an ultralight compact size non-isolated AC/DC converter series LSxx-K3BxxSS, which requires minimal peripheral components, features flexible use and can convert AC to DC directly. Its nominal output voltage 5V and 12V are available now.

Product advantages:

1. Miniature

This non-isolated series has a small size of 25.21*9.5*17.43mm, and it is lighter and higher cost effective without the traditional transformer.

2. Minimal peripheral components

Minimal peripheral components required, flexible use and easy to operate.

3. High reliability and complete protections

This series has a MTBF over 300,000 h and provide protections of output short circuit (OSC), output over-current (OCP), which not only significantly reduce the failure rate of the converter itself but also enhance the safety performance of back-end power modules and the load in abnormal working conditions.

4. Meets the latest safety standards

It is designed to meet IEC/EN/UL62368 safety standards (EN62368 pending).

Design reference:

Applications:

Widely used in IoT, smart home, instrumentation, industrial control, communication and civil applications.

Features:
  • Ultra-wide 85 - 305VAC and 70 - 430VDC input voltage Range
  • Operating temperature: -40℃ to 85℃
  • Ultralight compact size open frame
  • Regulated output, low ripple & noise
  • High reliability, green power
  • Flexible selection of EMC additional circuits, simplify customer PCB layout
  • Output short circuit, output over current protections
  • Designed to meet IEC/UL/EN62368 safety standards(EN62368 pending)

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Mornsun

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