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Artesyn High Density 250 Watt Open Frame Medical Power Supply

Capable of delivering 250 W with forced-air cooling and 155 W with natural convection, the CPS250-M series follows the industry standard 2X4 inch form factor (50.8 X 101.6 mm) and is just 1.29 inches high (32.7 mm). The CPS250-M series offers 93.5% typical efficiency, 2x MOPP Type BF ready and EN60601 medical approval.

Artesyn Embedded Power, an Advanced Energy company, has announced the CPS250-M series, a high density open frame power supply which offers 93.5% typical efficiency, 2x MOPP Type BF ready and EN60601 medical approval.

Capable of delivering 250 W with forced-air cooling and 155 W with natural convection, the CPS250-M series follows the industry standard 2X4 inch form factor (50.8 X 101.6 mm) and is just 1.29 inches high (32.7 mm).

A universal 90 to 264 Vac input and global safety approvals enable the CPS250-M series to be used almost anywhere in the world. The new power supplies offer single output voltages of 12, 24, 36 or 48 Vdc with a 10% trim range and additional 12 V fan output and optional 5 V standby output.

Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) compliant to IEC 61000-3-2 for EMC, a built-in Class B EMI filter and compliance to edition 4 of the IEC 60601-1-2 medical EMC makes it easier to integrate the CPS250-M series into customer equipment, especially healthcare, dental, laboratory and medical applications. An optional cover kit, the LPX100, provides greater physical and electro-magnetic protection if required.

The units can operate in temperatures between -20°C and 70°C with derating above 50°C and startup capability as low as -40°C. The CPS250-M series power supply is comprehensively protected against over load and overtemperature conditions. Artesyn offers a standard three-year warranty.

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