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New cost effective enclosed AC-DC power supplies from XP Power rated from 35W to 100W

February 17, 2021 – XP Power today announced the introduction of the LCS series of regulated output, convection cooled AC-DC power supplies that are well-suited to budget-conscious applications. The four new series (LCS35, LCS50, LCS75 and LCS100) offer power levels of 35W, 50W, 75W and 100W, respectively and feature class B conducted and radiated emissions for easy & low cost system integration along with an integrated connector cover to enhance safety once installed.

The input voltage range is 85 to 264VAC facilitating global use in a wide range of ITE and industrial applications; these include auxiliary power sources, security installations, lighting control, smart home or office control systems, ticketing, and vending.

The LCS35 is available in four models with nominal outputs of 5V, 12V, 15V, and 24V. Additionally, the LCS50, LCS75, and LCS100 offer models with nominal outputs of 36V and 48V. To accommodate non-standard system voltages, all models are user adjustable by ±10%. Offered with a wide operating temperature range of -30°C to +70°C with full rated power to 50°C the LCS series delivers up to 60% power at +70°C.

Standard features of the LCS series include a power ‘ON’ LED, low standby power consumption of 0.3W, output short-circuit protection, and over current and over temperature protection. As an option, conformally coated versions are available.

Input to output isolation is 4,000VAC, input to ground isolation is 2,000VAC and the output to ground isolation is 1,250VAC. Earth leakage current is a maximum of 0.75mA. The operating altitude is up to 5,000m, which strengthens its global use.

The LCS series is priced at $8.28 for 500+ pcs orders and is available from Allied Electronics, Digi-Key, Mouser, Newark or direct from XP Power, and delivered with a 3-year warranty.

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