Measuring only 2.00 x 4.00 x 1.10 inches, the single output CFM101S Series has a universal 90-264V ac input, and output voltages of 12, 15, 20, 24 or 48V dc. Units feature power factor correction (meets EN61000-3-2) and achieve efficiencies to 85 percent. Additional features are built in short circuit and over voltage protection along with convection cooled operation in ambient temperatures range from 0 to +40C.
Units are RoHS compliant and have UL, cUL and TUV safety certifications and meet the conducted EMI requirements CISPR/FCC Class B. Pricing is in the low $30’s in OEM quantities and are in full production with deliveries from stock in 6-8 weeks.
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