Aimtec expands its, 90 – 528VAC input voltage range AC/DC converter line up with three new 5, 10, and 30-watt Ultra-Wide input AC- DC converters. These new editions would work well in almost all industrial controls, EV Chargers, instrumentation, and smart home applications.
The product lineup includes three products, two open-frame and one enclosed package option. The AMEOFL5-480HANZ and the AMEOFL10-480PEVZ series are compact, efficient 5 and 10W Open Frame AC-DC converters. They accept input voltage ranges from 90 – 528VAC or 100 – 745VDC. The operating temperature is in the standard range of -40°C to 85°C, as well as features 4000VAC for enhanced reliability and safety.
These products are designed to meet IEC/EN/UL62368-1 standard which is applicable in most industrial environments. The series is designed with CLASS II reinforced insulation and can be configured to meet all the different EMC requirements across multiple industries.
The AME30-480JZ series is an encapsulated 30W AC-DC Converter. It accepts input voltage ranges from 176 – 528VAC or 248 – 746VDC. The unit offers a high level of stability and noise immunity. It is designed to meet IEC/EN/UL62368-1 and IEC/EN61558-1 standards. The ultra-wide input AC-DC converters also have an extremely compact design. They are ideal for applications where space savings in a priority, such as industrial control equipment. They are also designed for the many uses of sensitive equipment in harsh environments.
All the units in this series provide a high MTBF of 500,000h, output short circuit protection (OSCP) and output over-current protection (OCP). This provides the customers with a robust power supply to add to their final products.
The datasheets for the AME – 480 series are available at the links below.
The units are widely available through many distributors.
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