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30W AC/DC is highly versatile

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RECOM adds to range of board-mount AC/DCs.

The comprehensive range of low-power AC/DCs from RECOM has been further extended with a 30W part in a class-leading package size of 1.6” x 2” x 1” (40 x 52.5 x 25.5mm). The highly efficient RACM30-K/277 series provides 30W continuous power (36W peak) across an ambient range of -40°C to +60°C in free air and up to +90°C with derating. The extra-wide input range is 85VAC to 305VAC (120V to 430VDC) and regulated and fully protected outputs available are 5V, 12V, 15V, 24V, +/-12V, and +/-15V, rated as ‘limited power source’. The class II insulation parts are rated for harsh over-voltage category III (OVC III) and pollution degree 3 (PD3) environments up to 5000m altitude and safety certifications include audio/video, IT, test equipment, industrial, household, and MOPP medical, with 4kVAC/1 min, rated isolation. No-load/standby dissipation meets eco-design requirements with near-flat efficiency curves down to light loads and all parts meet ‘class B’ EMC standards with a wide margin without external components, even with grounded outputs.

The RACM30-K/277 series utilizes silicon-free encapsulation and is offered as a board-mount module with an industry-standard pinout. Optionally, the parts are available with flying leads or as panel-mounted with clip accessories to enable DIN-rail mounting.

Typical applications for the series include house-keeping power in EV chargers, industrial automation, lighting, IoT, medical, and smart energy systems.

Michael Schrutka, MSc. AC/DC Product Manager of RECOM, comments, “These cost-effective AC/DCs are highly versatile. With their wide input range and comprehensive safety, EMC, and environmental specifications, they are a quick and easy design-in for almost any global application.”

Parts include a three-year warranty and samples and OEM pricing are available from all authorized distributors or directly from RECOM.

For more information, please visit www.recom-power.com

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