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Publication Date: 02/1/2008
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High Density Power Supply from XP Power
High density power supply.
Littleton, MA — XP Power SDC320 AC/DC power supply offers a choice of four formats, two using convection cooling or system airflow and two with internal fan cooling. The compact 320W unit, measuring just 4 x 6 x 1.5-in. (101.6 x 152.4 x 38.10mm) for the U-channel model, has a power density of 8.9 watts per cubic-in. This low-profile 1U model, is also available with a vented cover. For applications where there is insufficient airflow, two fan-cooled models are available. With competitor models being larger in size and not offering such a variety of mechanical formats, the SDC320 is especially suitable for industrial, data-communications, IT and wireless applications. For applications requiring short durations of higher power, such as starting a motor, the unit makes a cost effective choice with its 700W peak power rating. This feature saves engineers having to specify a larger and more expensive power supply.
The SDC320 series includes 11 single and 4 dual output models. Single output units cover all popular voltages from +5 to +60VDC. Dual output versions provide +5, +12, +24 and +48 VDC combinations. Output 1 can be trimmed by ±5 percent. All models operate from 0 to +70°C, with derating above +50°C. Power output of up to 170 watts is possible with convection cooling only.
The power supplies meet FCC Part 15 & EN55022 Level B for both radiated and conducted emissions. No additional filtering components are required, saving both space and cost. The units comply with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 safety approvals for industrial, commercial and IT equipment. User connected equipment can be alerted to impending power or fan failure by use of the Power Good and Fan Fail signals.
For added flexibility, designers can choose between a screw terminal or Molex connector option for input/output terminations. A low leakage option is also available.
For more information, contact: XP Power, 305 Foster Street, Littleton, MA 01460
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