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TDK-Lambda introduces RWS-B Series Single output AC-DC power supplies

The new RWS-B series is specifically designed for a wide range of cost sensitive applications and is available in five power levels between 50W and 600W. Its compact size allows for easy system integration, with output voltages ranging from 5 to 48Vdc and 5% efficiency gain (against previous models).

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TDK Corporation announced that TDK-Lambda has added a further 50W power model to its RWS-B series of enclosed AC-DC single output power supplies. Augmenting the four existing power levels between 100W and 600W, the newly launched 50W range of models is well suited to a number of low power applications including general industrial, automation, broadcast, test and measurement and LED signage.

Operating from a universal input of 85 – 265Vac (47 – 63Hz), the RWS50B power supply achieves exceptional thermal performance for cooler operation over its operating range of
-10 to +70°C and is convection cooled. Standard output voltages range from 5 to 48Vdc, delivering currents up to 10A with typical efficiency up to 88%. To accommodate non-standard system voltages, the RWS-B series is user adjustable by -10/+15% (+10% for 48V model). Regular features include over current protection with automatic recovery and latching over voltage protection.

As with all models in the RWS-B series, the RWS50B features a 10 year e-cap lifetime (or greater under typical operating conditions) and comes with a 5-year warranty. CE marked, according to the Low Voltage and RoHS2 Directives, this 50W power supply achieves curve B conducted and radiated EMI performance (EN55011/EN55022-B, FCC class B, VCCI-B) and is approved to a wide range of safety standards including UL/ CSA/EN60950-1.

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