Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Power Supplies meet CE101 and CE102 emission stds!

Excelsys Technologies, have recently released Xsolo and XF power supply ranges now meet CE101 and CE102 conducted emission standards by combining with the LCR F19374 High Performance Single Stage Power Line Filter.  The LCR F19374 Filter is designed to bring the complete Excelsys XF Modular Power Supply Platform and the Excelsys Xsolo Platform to com­pliance with MIL-STD 461F, CE101 and CE102 conducted emissions under various loads.

Excelsys recently introduced the XFN, which is designed to deliver 1000W at –40°C extending the standard XF range which operate to -55°C.  Standard features within the XF range include 47-440Hz input frequency, 1.5V to 58V standard output voltages, individual output control, completely field configurable with option to factory fix, all outputs fully floating allowing series/parallel connection of all multiple outputs for non-standard voltages or higher output current, paralleling of powerPacs for higher system power and ultra-high efficiency, up to 91%. The XF range carries full safety agency approvals including UL 606950 and is EMC characterised to MIL-STD-461F.

The Xsolo is a family of 1U high, ultra-compact single output power supplies available in two package types. The high efficiency Xsolo delivers a market leading convection cooled 504W in an open-frame U-channel form-factor and up to 1008W in an enclosed fan cooled chassis. Both models carry a 5 year warranty. The XSolo platform offers system integrators a host of features including; variable fan speed, 12V/300mA isolated bias supply, remote ON/OFF, output voltage control and parallel operation for higher power applications.  Nominal output voltages are 24V and 48V with wide adjustment ranges and user defined set-points. Maximum dimensions are 1U x 238mm x 128mm.

This improved conducted emission capability will assist designers develop products to meet all requirements and achieve mission success in the most demanding applications

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