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Bel Power Solutions Announces Ultra Low Profile less than 0.75 inch (19mm), Open Frame Series of AC-DC Power Supplies

High-Efficiency ABC180, MBC180, ABC275 and MBC275 Provide 180 W or 275 W of Output Power for Industrial and Medical applications

Santa Clara, CA [June 27, 2017] Bel Power Solutions, a Bel group company, (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB)and premier global manufacturer of power management devices, announces the expansion of ABC series open-frame, AC-DC power supply portfolio to include the low-profile ABC180, MBC180, ABC275 and MBC275 series of power supplies for industrial and medical applications. Specifically engineered for use in tight spaces, the high-efficiency units boast an ultra-low profile of <0.75″ (19 mm). The ABC180/MBC180 units deliver 180 Watts of output power or 120 Watts with convection cooling, and the ABC275/MBC275 deliver 275 Watts with forced air-cooling or 160 Watts with convection cooling.

The ABC series are ideal for use in a broad array of space-constrained OEM, industrial, telecom, datacom applications and MBC series for medical applications, in which minimal power loss, and easy thermal management are required. Commonly specified for employment in lighting, IT equipment, test and measurement equipment, wireless communications, renewable energy, instrumentation, automation, broadcast and audio/video equipment, as well as HMI touch panels. Notably, the convection-cooled power supplies are suited for designs in which the elimination of fan maintenance, audible/ambient noise and vibration is necessary.

The power supplies accommodate universal input voltage of 85-264 VAC or 390 VDC, 47-63 Hz. Units are provided as standard with input overvoltage protection, over current protection, short circuit protection. They are available in 6 output voltages ranging from 12 V to 58 V, and feature an operating temperature range of -40° to +70° C.

With a mean time between failures of (MTBF) 3.37 million hours and Industry-leading footprint for ABC180/MBC180 of 4″ x 2″ x 0.75” and ABC275/MBC275 of 5″ x 3″ x 0.75”. All parts are supplied with either a screw-terminal connection or Molex connector. A metal cover kit is optionally available.

RoHS compliant and CE Marked, the power supplies are safety agency certified per UL and NEMKO and meet the requirements of EN60950-1. They further meet the conducted and radiated EMI requirements of EN55022-B.

Your Bel Power sales representative can be found here. You can also send an email to Tech.Support@psbel.com for any technical inquiries.

 

ABOUT BEL

Bel (www.belfuse.com) designs, manufactures and markets a broad array of products that power, protect and connect electronic circuits. These products are primarily used in the networking, telecommunications, computing, military and aerospace, transportation and broadcasting industries. Bel’s product groups include Magnetic Solutions (integrated connector modules, power transformers, power inductors and discrete components), Power Solutions and Protection (front-end, board-mount and industrial power products, module products and circuit protection) and Connectivity Solutions (expanded beam fiber optic, copper-based, RF and RJ connectors and cable assemblies). The Company operates facilities around the world.

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