MXPS15 Power Supply

The MXPS15 is a power supply designed to supply 13.8 volts nominal DC .

Features

  • Suitable for operation under wide mains voltage swings (85VAC to 265VAC)
    and protected against mains surges, spikes and brown outs. Not auto ranging.
  • Tolerant of high temperatures and vibration.
  • Protected against short circuit, over temperature and over load.
  • Output over voltage shutdown. Induced output transient protected.
  • Manufactured using only well specified and qualified high grade commercial parts.
  • Infant mortality burn in period.
  • DC output via polarised connector.
  • AC input via covered IEC connector.
  • Compliant with relevant international standards.
  • 100% continuously rated at 9 Amps and 60 C. 15 Amps at 25 C.
  • Thermostatically controlled cooling fan.
  • Output short circuit protected, no minimum load current.
  • 2RU rack mountable option.
  • Optional provision for battery charging at a maximum of 1,5 amps typical.
    This allows a SLA type battery to be added for battery back up (future).
  • Low radiated emissions due to double metal housing.
  • Greater supply current capacity to 30Amp or more though paralleling supplies .
  • Redundant Power Supply configuration.

Specifications


Power Supply MXPS15
AC Mains Input 85VAC to 265VAC
Nominal Output Voltage 13.8V+/- 0.2V (1 Amp)
Total Max Rated Output
Current (TMROC)
15 Amps Continuous at 25C.
Rated Outout at Max Temp 9 Amps Continuous
Battery Charger Output 2 Amps (Max)
Regulation +/- 100mV
Efficiency 80% typical
Ripple & Noise < 6mV RMS
Operating Temperature -30C to 60C
Design Field Lifetime (MTBF) 10 years @ 50C
Power Factor Auto Power Factor Correction
Weight 1.2 Kg
Approvals C-Tick, CE, UL, TUV,
CB, CUL, S-MARK

Downloads

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PDF 125 KB Power Supply Manual
1 06/11/2006 DOWNLOAD
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