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60-W Supply Meets Medical Needs

60-W Supply Meets Medical Needs

A single output, convection cooled, wide temperature range power supply from SL Power Electronics, the MB60S, provides 60 watts of power in an ultra-compact package measuring 2 x 3 x 1.0 in. Joining SL Power’s line of high-density open frame AC/DC medical-grade power supplies, the MB60S is approved to the highest safety standards, including EN/IEC/UL60601-1, 3rd edition with Means of Patient Protection (2x MOPP). The MB60S models are certified for use in both patient vicinity and patient contact applications (i.e., blood pressure monitors or ultrasound equipment), where equipment is used near, or comes in direct contact with, the patient.

The new models feature a universal input of  90 to 264 Vac and DC outputs range from 12 V to 48 V.  Moreover, these high power density power supplies are ideal for surgical, imaging, medical devices, home health-care systems and laboratory equipment needing a highly reliable and energy efficient power solution in a small form factor at an affordable cost.

The MB60S power supply operates from -10 °C to 80 °C with -40 °C start-up and has less than 0.5 W of no-load power consumption. In addition, the six standard models are fully protected against short circuit, overload, and over-temperature conditions. An overvoltage protection circuit will prevent the supply from damaging the host product.

Featuring a three-year warranty, the RoHS compliant MB60S models meet stringent EMC requirements for applications requiring Class B EMI. In addition, the models have more than 700,000 hours of calculated Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) and have cUL, CE, CB, and DEMKO approval markings.

Available now through SL Power’s extensive distribution sales channels, OEM pricing starts at $34.00 each for 500 piece orders.

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