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'Infinite' power supply choice?

Configurable power supplies from newly renamed XP Power are said to offer users an ‘infinite choice’ in the output range from 400 to 2200W.

The fleXPower range of ac/dc supplies has been designed with packages up to 25% smaller than comparable devices. Up to six outputs are available in the range from 3.3 to 150V dc, generated from a universal (85 to 264V) ac input or from a 120 to 370V dc supply.

Two chassis are available: 700W and 900W, with 10 and 12 slots respectively. These accommodate double and triple width modules. According to XP, each chassis can provide an extra 200W at high line input. A 2200W supply features twin 1100W chassis.

Outputs are adjustable by ±10% and efficiency is quoted as 85% at full load.

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Graham Pitcher

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