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Farnell increases its range of XP Power products

Farnell has expanded its strong linecard with an increased range of XP Power products available for same day despatch, for design engineers working on a range of applications, particularly those in the industrial and medical sectors.

XP Power provides a range of power solutions including AC-DC power supplies, DC-DC converters and High Voltage DC-DC converters. Farnell now stocks over 4,500 power products including power supplies and EMC/RFI suppression products, with unrivalled technical and customer support.

XP Power products include medically approved power solutions for use in patient vicinity applications and in laboratory environments.

Major features include class II approvals for homecare devices, highly efficient convection–cooled designs for low-noise patient-area devices and defibrillator-proof DC-DC converters for applied part applications.

For industrial power systems, XP products are found in factory automation, automated test equipment, industrial control, test and measurement, instrumentation, hazardous environments, transportation and defence.

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Neil Tyler

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