A range of AC input switching power supplies is announced by UNIPOWER Corporation. The AE-080 EASYMOD family provides up to 80W of highly regulated output power in single or quad output configurations from 1.5 to 48VDC. As standard, all models in the AE-080 family of switching power supplies have on-board Class B EMI filtering, CE marking, an operating temperature range up to 70°C and compliance with all relevant safety standards. They are available in a 3.3 x 5inch U-channel format.
“Being part of our EASYMOD family, AE-080 units give our customers the unique opportunity to specify a switching power supply that meets their exact needs” says Nigel Frey, UNIPOWER’s European Sales and Marketing Director. “EASYMOD power supplies can be specified with a wide variety of options in addition to their standard features and supplied to the customer in just two weeks” adds Frey.
Options available with all AE-080 units include extended operating temperature range, isolated outputs, many and varied output combinations, universal AC inputs, medically qualified and low noise versions as well as 24 and 48VDC input models.
All UNIPOWER Corporation power products meet the requirements of all relevant safety standards including UL60950-1, CSA22.2 No. 60950-1 and EN60950-1 and are RoHS compliant. Product can be sourced from UNIPOWER Corporation’s factories located in the U.K. and the U.S.
UNIPOWER Corporation designs and manufactures and markets switching power supplies, sine wave inverters, front ends, rectifiers, dc power systems and dc distribution products for telecoms, datacoms, network equipment, servers, data storage, industrial and medical systems. Headquartered in Coral Springs, Florida, and with its European HQ at Lancing, West Sussex, U.K., the company manufactures mainly at it’s dedicated high volume manufacturing plant in Guangdong, China but has low volume and value added capability in both the U.S. and the U.K. facilities.
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