Highly Efficient Open Frame AC-DC Power Supply Series By RECOM

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  • Enables effective operation over a wide temperature range, with and without forced cooling
  • Comes with protection against sudden current and voltage fluctuations

RECOM has announced the extension of its open-frame AC-DC power supply range with the addition of the RACM60-K Series. The low-profile 5cm x 7cm (2 inches x 3 inches) design features 90 per cent efficiency across its load range and enables full-power operation from -40 degrees Celsius to +55 degrees Celsius without forced cooling, and up to +85 degrees Celsius with derated or forced air. Input range is from 80VAC to 264VAC and outputs available are 5V, 12V, 15V, 24V, 36V and 48V.

The products are suitable for a wide range of applications with EN 62368-1, IEC 61558-1/-2-16 and IEC/EN 60335-1 certifications for ITE/audio-visual, industrial and household use respectively up to 5000m operating altitude.

Providing wide electrical safety

The RACM60-K series features full protection against short-circuits, output over-voltage, over-current and over-temperature and has a line and neutral fusing for medical applications. No-load input current is only 100mW typical at 230VAC.

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According to Steve Roberts, Innovations Manager at RECOM, “The high efficiency of these products, right down to 10 per cent load is a major advantage when the application is space-constrained and only convection cooling is available.”

Medical safety and EMC certifications meet ANSI/AAMI/IEC/CSA 60601-1, for 2xMOPP with the isolation of 4kVAC/1 minute suitable for B and BF applications up to 4000m operating altitude. Class B EMC standards are also met in installation class II or class I PELV with grounded output.

Various mounting options are available: Molex connectors for wired installation, wave-solder pins for direct PCB mount with built-in stand-offs and a 5cm x 10cm (2 inches x 4 inches) footprint for legacy design compatibility.


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