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Artesyn develops Titanium efficiency front end power supply

24 Apr 2014

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Artesyn DS3000 series power supplies feature built-in ORing and inrush current is limited to 55A. The power supplies are comprehensively protected against fault conditions, including under-voltage, over-voltage and over-current of the main and standby output, fan failure, and over-temperature. The standby output auto-recovers from over-voltage and over-current conditions; the main output auto-recovers from minor short-duration current overloads, but will latch persistent over-current faults, as well as any over-voltage condition. In the event of a failure, the power supplies are quick and easy to exchange; a series of front panel LEDs highlight the faulty unit, while opposite-end AC input and DC output connectors and a single-lever tray lock mechanism facilitate removal and replacement.

Artesyn DS3000 series power supplies have an ambient operating temperature range of 10°C to 40°C and incorporate low-noise fan cooling; forward and reverse airflow versions are available to suit different rack cooling schemes. The power supplies meet the rigorous FCC Part 15 Subpart B conducted emission standard and comply with the EN 61000-4-11 standard for EMC immunity. They also carry a wide set of safety approvals, including UL/cUL/EN 60950, CE Mark and China CQC.

Designed specifically for long-term reliability in high availability applications, Artesyn's DS3000 series power supplies have a calculated operating life of five years and mean time between failure (MTBF) of 400,000 hours (calculated in accordance with Bellcore SR-332), running at full load and 25°C ambient. The power supplies are backed by a comprehensive two-year warranty.


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