These 45W, medical grade power supplies are designed with Skynet`s patented Ring-Free ZVS technology to ensure high efficiency and compact size. The SNP-Y04 series offers up to 4.7 watts / in3 in a 2″ X 4″ X 1.1″ size with convection cooling.
The safety conformity of the SNP-Y04 series covers both IT and medical applications. SNP-Y04 series is built with long-life components with a calculated MTBF of greater than 300,000 hours.
This series features low leakage current and FCC & VDE class B EMI. Meanwhile, it complies with a wide variety of safety regulations so that it can be used in Medical, Industrial, Information Technology or other equivalent applications.
• Small size / high power density
• FCC Class B & EN55011, EN55022 class B
• Medical Agency Approvals
• Earth leakage current of <300 uA
• UL60950, UL2601, CSA 22.2 No.601.1, EN60950, 60601-1
50.8 x 101.6 x 28 mm
|Voltage, V||90 to 264|
|Frequency, Hz||47 to 63|
|Current, A||Inrush I <30A at 115VAC; <60A at 230VAC|
|Cooling||Convection for 45W|
|Holdup Time||14 mS typical at rated load and 115VAC|
|Efficiency||78%~85% depending on model|
|Over Load Protection||Auto-recovery|
|Short Circuit Protection||Auto-recovery|
|Over Voltage Protection||Latch-off|
|EMS||EN61000-4-2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -8, -11|
|Temperature||0 to 70°C derate 2%/ °C >50°C|
|EMI||FCC-B, EN55022-B, EN55011-B|
|Safety Agency||UL60950-1, UL60601-1, CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1, 601.1, EN60601-1, EN60950-1,|
|Rated Load||1.7A / 2.5A PK||0.5A|
2. At the factory, with all outputs in 60% rated load condition, each output is checked to be within the accuracy range while the main output is setting to within the specified accuracy range at rated load.
3. Line regulation is defined by changing ±10% of input voltage from nominal line at rated load. 4. Load regulation is defined by changing ±40% of measured output load from 60% rated load at another output set to 60% rated load.
5. Ripple & noise is measured by using 15MHz bandwidth limited oscilloscope and terminated each output with a 0.47uF capacitor at rated load and nominal line.
6. Hold up time is measured from the end of the last charging pulse to the time which the main output drops down to the regulation limit at rated load and nominal line.