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CUI Introduces Medical External Power Supplies

TUALATIN, Ore. – May 1, 2012 – CUI Inc announced a release of its first high efficiency medical external power supplies. Offerings include both multi-blade wall adapters and desktop adapters. All units meet Level V efficiencies and come with UL/cUL and TUV 60601-1 safety certifications. 

The flexible EMMA multi-blade adapter series is designed for global use and comes standard with interchangeable blades for operation in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, and Australia. It is offered in 15 W and 30 W configurations with a number of different output voltage options from 5 to 24 Vdc. The EMMA series is ideal for customers who require a medically approved wall adapter for use around the world.

The new ETMA desktop adapter series is offered in 30 W60 W110 W200 W, and 250 W configurations for medical designs needing more power than is available in a traditional wall adapter. 

“With this latest release of medically certified adapters, CUI now offers a wide array of power supplies to meet the medical designer’s power needs. CUI provides both internal and external power solutions which we expect will address most medical project requirements,” stated Kraig Kawada, CUI’s VP of Product Management. The EMMA series is available through Digi-Key with prices starting at $25.15 per unit for 500 pcs. Please contact CUI for OEM pricing. 

Summary

Product name: EMMA 15W, EMMA 30 W, ETMA 30W, ETMA 60W, ETMA 110W, ETMA 200W, and ETMA 250W series

  • Availability: Stock to 8 weeks
  • Possible users: Medical and dental equipment manufacturers
  • Primary features: Medical safeties, Level V efficiency
  • Cost: Starting at $25.15 per unit for 500 pcs

About CUI Inc 

CUI Inc is a technology company dedicated to the development, commercialization, and distribution of new, innovative electro-mechanical products. Over the past 20 years, CUI has become a recognized name in electronic components worldwide in the areas of power, interconnect, motion control, and sound. CUI’s solid customer commitment and honest corporate message are a hallmark in the industry. CUI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc.

For more information, please visit www.cui.com.

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