Diego, Calif. – TDK-Lambda has extended its LZSA series of industrial power
supplies to include a new 48V at 1500W model.
include factory automation, computing, ATE (automatic test equipment), petrochemical,
control systems and COTS (commercial-off-the-shelf).
LZSA series rugged power supplies are available with a nominal output of 12V at
1000W, 24V at 500W, 1000W or 1500W, and now 48V at 1500W. They feature wide
user-adjustment ranges of 10 to 15.75-volts, 18 to 29.4-volts, and 36 to
56-volts respectively to accommodate non-standard voltage requirements.With integral fan-cooling they provide
full-rated output power from -40ºC to +60ºC, derating linearly to 60% load at
LZSA series accepts a wide input range from 85 to 265VAC, 47 to 440Hz and can
operate with a DC input of from 100 to 400VDC.These units include active power factor and harmonic correction. They
also comply with SEMI-F47 standards for input droop down to 100VAC at full
load.All models include an industry
leading 5-year warranty.
model LZSA1500-4 (48V output) is available now and priced at $975.00 each in 1000
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