ELECTRONICS:CUI Inc’s power division, V-Infinity, announces an extension of its high efficiency, high density VMS line with the 365 watt VMS-365 series. These units have an industry leading power density of 19 W/ in³ and come in an open frame package measuring 3.00 x 5.00 x 1.40 inch. The VMS-365 can be used in a wide variety of medical and telecom applications, meeting EN60601-1 & ITE EN60950-1 safety standards. With typical efficiency above 90 percent, this series is ideal for applications where power consumption is a critical consideration.
The VMS-365 series offers universal input (90-264V ac) and single output voltages of 12, 24, and 48V dc. This model outputs 365W with 400 LFM cooling and 200W under convection cooling conditions. It has a built-in active PFC function and a 12V auxiliary fan output with 5V stand by. The series can operate from -20 to 50C at full load, derating linearly to 50 percent load at 70C. Protections built-in to the VMS-365 include over-temperature, over current and over-voltage.
The VMS-365 series is available immediately through Digi-Key with prices starting at $230 per unit. Please contact CUI for OEM pricing.
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