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New 300 W and 120 W GaN Adapters Offer Competitive Power Density for Portable Consumer and Industrial Applications

Tualatin, OR. [October 13, 2021] CUI Inc, a Bel group company today announced the expansion of two GaN desktop ac-dc power supply series to its SDI product family, broadening their product range for the GaN adapter line. The SDI300G-U and SDI300G-UR offer 300 W of continuous power from a compact desktop package and boast up to 100% increase in power density compared to non-GaN units. The SDI120G-U offers 120 W of continuous power, respectively. Due to their compact size, these ac-dc supplies are ideal for a variety of portable consumer and industrial applications like sequencing, molecular testing, and livestock tracking where a smaller footprint, lighter weight, and efficient power is a benefit.

All models comply with UL/cUL 62368-1 requirements and meet the current average efficiency and no-load power specifications mandated by the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) under the Level VI standard. The SDI300G-U and SDI120G-U series meet the International Electrotechnical Commission’s (IEC) Class I safety guidelines, while the SDI300G-UR meets Class II standards. These GaN adapters provide a universal input range of 85 VAC to 265 VAC, single regulated outputs, and power factor correction.

The SDI300G-UR series offers a two prong (C18) inlet, while the SDI300G-U and SDI120G-U feature a three prong (C14) inlet.

The SDI300G-UR, SDI300G-U and SDI120G-U are available immediately. Please contact CUI Inc for OEM pricing or modified & custom designs.

Summary
Product series: SDI300G-U, SDI300G-UR, SDI120-U
Applications: Industrial, Consumer, ITE
Distribution Availability: DigiKey, Mouser, Farnell, Arrow

About Bel
CUI Inc is a Bel group company (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB). Bel designs, manufactures and markets a broad array of products that include circuit protection, connectors, cable assemblies, discrete components, magnetics and power supplies. The Company serves a global market and operates facilities around the world.

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