The LS200 Series of ac-dc single-output power supplies
are available with dc output voltages: 3.3, 5, 7.5, 12, 15, 24, 36V and 48V dc. All dc outputs are adjustable up to +/-10
percent via a front panel mounted adjustment potentiometer. The front panel green
LED is "On" when the output is good and remote On/Off control is standard.
internal fan-cooling in the LS200 Series will provide up to 200W of output
power. The open-frame U-channel version
is rated at 150W with convection cooling, and up to 200W with user provided
air-flow. These power supplies carry the CE Mark and are certified to UL, CSA,
and IEC 60950-1 safety specifications. The units have a withstand voltage of up
to 1.5kV ac input to ground, 3kV ac input to output, and 500V dc output to
ground. This series conforms to the immunity standards of EN61000-4-X and the
EMC/EMI standards of EN55011-B, EN55022-B and FCC-Class B.
meet the Power Factor and Harmonic Correction requirements of EN61000-3-2 and
are RoHS compliant. Also included are overcurrent and overvoltage protection
circuits and all units carry a three year warranty.
operating temperature range is from -25 up to +70C with deratings above 50C. The LS200 Series measure 7.8L x 3.9W x 1.61
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