150W desktop power supply features active power factor correction and efficiency Level V

Jun 29th, 2011
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Date Announced: 29 Jun 2011

Hudson, MA – With active PFC and Efficiency Level V, the PPWAD150 Series from Power Partners provides an industry leading 150 Watts of desktop power in a compact 6.69” x 3.35” x 1.73” package.

The PPWAD150 Series is approved to UL60950-1, CSA22.2 No. 60950-1, and EN60950-1 standards and complies with CISPR22 Class B and EN55022/FCC Class B radiated and conducted EMI standards as well as EN55024: 1998+A1: 2001+A2: 2003 standards. With no load standby power of ≤0.5W and average efficiency of ≥ 85%, the PPWAD150 Series units are in compliance with Efficiency Level V requirements. The Series is also RoHS compliant.

The PPWAD150 Series has a 90-264VAC input and offers six single output models ranging from 12VDC to 48VDC. Custom output voltage solutions are also available.

Operating temperature is 0 degrees C to +40 degrees C. No minimum load is required while still maintaining a +5%/-2% tolerance throughout the full load range. Comprehensive short circuit, overvoltage and overload protection circuitry is employed to protect the end equipment and the power supply.

Pricing starts at $51.00 in OEM quantities, with delivery from stock to 12 weeks ARO. Full specifications are available online at http://www.powerpartners-inc.com or please contact our Technical Group at tech@powerpartners-inc.com For price and delivery questions, please contact us at sales@powerpartners-inc.com or via telephone at 978-567-9600

Contact
Power Partners, Inc. 43 Broad Street, Suite B206, Hudson, MA 01749 Telephone 978-567-9600 / Fax 978-567-9601 Editorial Contact Information: Susan Cervenak, PowerPartners, Inc. scervenak@powerpartners-inc.com Cell: 508-259-4407

E-mail:scervenak@powerpartners-inc.com

Web Site:www.powerpartners-inc.com

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