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New Universal Input, Multiple Output AC-DC Power Supplies for Medical Applications from Gresham Power Electronics

Class B EMI filter, 2MOPP insulation and 5000M operating altitude

Gresham Power Electronics the Salisbury based Defence and Commercial power conversion specialist, has introduced two new series of universal input AC:DC power supplies from Polytron Devices for use in medical applications. The MUI65 dual and triple output and MUI40 single output devices have a market leading low standby power consumption of just 0.15W an 85 to 264 Vac, 47 to 63 Hz input voltage range and low leakage current under 75µA.

The MUI65, for use in applications up to 65 watts, offers ultra-low cross regulation under 1.5% and is delivered in a 2” x 3.5” package. The MUI40, available in a 2” x 3” package, is intended for applications up to 40 watts.

Additionally, both devices feature a built-in class B EMI filter, 2MOPP insulation and 5000M operating altitude. They are RoHS-compliant and meet medical electrical safety standards including ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1, EN6060-1 and IEC60601-1 3rd edition.

Jake Moir, Managing Director of Gresham Power, comments, “The market for medical electronics continues to grow and we are pleased to be able to add these two new power supplies from the long established Polytron Devices to our product range. The on-board level B EMI filter will be an advantage to system designers who will no longer have to provide additional external filtering reducing their costs and PCB space required.”

Gresham Power now offers industrial, medical, CompactPCI, rail and transportation, test and laboratory power solutions from world class manufacturers including EOS Power, Vox Power, Magna-Power, Polytron Devices, Advice Electronics and Digital Power. The range include market leading and cost competitive open frame power supplies, modular configurable and encapsulated power supplies, programmable power supplies and electronic loads and DC:DC converters.

Gresham’s vast experience of designing and manufacturing defence power systems is available to customers to provide modified standard or full custom power supply designs if required. Gresham can also supply a new range of defence power products for land based or vehicle applications to complement its world-leading naval power systems.

The full Gresham Power Electronics product range includes; OEM and external power supplies for advanced multi-media applications, medical, industrial, defence, communications and broadcast systems and LED lighting. Hot-swap power shelves and products for telecoms as well as static frequency converters, DC UPS, distributed power systems and DC:AC inverters for Naval Defence markets. For more information visit www.greshampower.com, call +44 (0)7711 227396 or email sales@greshampower.com or download the latest catalogue at http://www.greshampower.com/_literature_130736/Gresham_Brochure_2017

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