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CUI Inc Expands Encapsulated Power Supplies Line with a Variety of Mounting Styles

TUALATIN, Ore. — 27 October 2020

CUI Inc today announced a significant expansion of its PSK product family, with the addition of 12 internal ac-dc series. The new compact internal ac-dc power supplies are all available in board, chassis, or DIN rail mounting styles.

New Series
• PSK-5W: 5 watt encapsulated ac-dc power supplies
• PSK-10W: 10 watt encapsulated ac-dc power supplies
• PSK-15W: 15 watt encapsulated ac-dc power supplies
• PSK-25W: 25 watt encapsulated ac-dc power supplies

Features and Benefits
• 5 to 25 W of continuous power
• Wide input voltage range
• UL/EN/IEC 62368-1 certified
• Meets EN 55032/CISPR32 Class B conducted/radiated emissions
• -40 to 85°C operating temperature range
• Board, chassis, and DIN rail mounting styles

These compact internal ac-dc power supplies are ideal for a wide range of industrial control and automation applications. They are also IEC 62368-1 certified for ICT and AV equipment, future-proofing designs past December 20, 2020, when the EN 60950/60065 standards are no longer valid in Europe.

The PSK-5W, PSK-10W, PSK-15W, and PSK-25W series are widely available online through CUI’s distribution partners. Please contact CUI for OEM & volume pricing or modified & custom designs.

Product series: PSK-5W, PSK-10W, PSK-15W, PSK-25W
Availability: Stock to 10 weeks
Possible applications: Industrial Control, Automation
Distribution availability: Digi-Key, Mouser, Arrow
Cost: Starting at $8.96 for a single unit through distribution

About CUI Inc
CUI is an electronic components manufacturer focused on creating ease of access to power supply products and information that help drive an engineer’s design. As a leader in power electronics, the organization offers an extensive line of ac-dc power supplies and dc-dc converters to their global customer base that serves the consumer, IoT, industrial, and medical industries. CUI knows that helping their customers is the core of what they do and this why they are determined on providing the best set of tools, information, and services to everyone in need of a power supply.

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