SNP-9107-M Medical 110W

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The SNP-910X-M series is ideal for small digitally based systems used in medical and dental patient environment. SNP-910X-M series is built with long-life components for continued reliability. This series features low leakage current and FCC & VDE class B EMI.


• Both Medical & ITE Safety Approvals
• Single side PCB for low assembly cost
• EMS:
IEC-801-2 8KV air discharge
IEC-801-3 3V/m
IEC-801-4 0.5KV
• EMI:
Meets FCC docket 20780 curve “B”, EN55011 “B”
and EN61000-3-2 “A”
• Safety:
UL 2601-1 (UL file no. E158990)
CSA 601-1 (CUL)


4.25 x 7 x 1.96 inch
108 x 177.8 x 49.7 mm

DC Outputs

Output, V 12 V
Max Load, A 9.2 A/ 15A pk 
Regulation +/-1%
Ripple 100mV


Input VAC
Voltage, V 85 to 264or 120VDC TO 370VDC
Frequency, Hz 47 to 440
Current, A inrush I <30A at 115VAC; <60A at 230VAC
Power Factor N/A
Harmonics N/A
Cooling Free Air Convection
Power Good N/A
Holdup Time
>16 mS typical at rated load and 115VAC
Transient consult factory
70% typical
Shorted output Protected auto recovery
Over Load Protection auto-recovery
Short Circuit Protection auto-recovery
Over Voltage Protection auto-recovery
EMS IEC-801-2, 8KV air discharge, IEC-801-3 3V/m
Temperature 0°C to 50°C, rated load,  -40°C to +85°C
EMI meet FCC docket 20780 curve
Safety Agency UL 2601-1 (UL file no. E158990), CSA 601-1 (CUL), EN60601-1


1. Each output can provide up to its peak load temporarily. Continuously overloading the power supply will reduce the reliability .
2. Voltage accuracy is measured with all outputs set at 60% rated load and main output is adjusted to ±1%.
3. Line Regulation measuring is done at rated loading and ±10% of input voltage changing.
4. Load Regulation measuring is done by changing the measured output loading ±40% from 60% rated load, and keeping all other outputs at 60% rated load.
5. Ripple & Noise measuring is done by 15MHz band width limited oscilloscope and terminated each output with a 0.47uF capacitor at rated loading.
6. Efficiency is measured at rated load.
7. Hold Up Time is measured from the end of the last full charging pulse to when the main output drop down to 95% output voltage.


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