uA30-1024 30W Medical Switching Adapter
Series: uA30-1024
Form Factor: Desktop Adapter, External
Type: AC-DC

These 30W, switching adapter power supplies feature high overall efficiency and complete agency approvals (UL, C-UL, TUV GS, CE, PSE, BSMI, RCM & CB) as well as CEC-level IV efficiency for environmental friendly power management. These units also offer a compact size of 2.38″ X 3.74″ X 1.34″. This series also features FCC & VDE class B EMI for consumer applications. Typical applications are telecommunications equipment, consumer products, Computers, Industrial Controllers, & Office Automation Systems.

Features

• RoHS and CEC efficiency level IV Compliance
• Small Size / High Power Density
• Continuous Universal Input – 85~264 VAC
• High Efficiency up to 80%
• Small size / high power density
• FCC Class B & EN55011, EN55022 class B
• Full Safety Agency Approvals
• EN61000-4-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-11

Size

2.38 x 3.74 x 1.34 inch
58 x 95 x 34 mm

DC Outputs

Output 24V
Rated Load 1.25A / 1.8A pk
Regulation ±5%
Ripple 200mV

Specifications

Input VAC
Voltage, V 85-264 continuous
Frequency, Hz 47-63
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 minimum @ 115 VAC, full load
Transient N/A
Efficiency Up to 80% at full load depending on model
Shorted output No damage, auto-recovery
Over Load Protection auto-recovery
Short Circuit Protection auto-recovery
Over Voltage Protection auto-recovery
EMS Consult Factory
Temperature 0 to 45 deg C
EMI FCC class B; CE level B
Safety Agency UL / CUL / GS / PSE / BSMI / RCM / CB

Notes

1. Output can provide up to peak load when the power supply starts up. Continuously exceeding the rated load is not allowed.
2. Ouput voltage is centered at the factory, at 60% of rated load.
3. 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.
4. Hold up time is measured from the end of the last charging pulse to the time which the main output drops down to low limit of main output at rated load and nominal line.
5. Efficiency is measured at rated load, and nominal line.