Excelsys offers most compact 750-W output configurable power supply in its class
The complete Xgen series is available with conformal coating for protection against harsh environments making them suitable for MIL-COTS applications.
Excelsys’ Xlite power supply series claims to be the slimmest 750 W configurable power supply on the market which together with its power density benefits can save designers valuable system space. Combined with ultra-high efficiencies up to 89%, the Xlite family provides system designers with flexible instant power solutions that significantly simplify and shorten system design times.
The Xlite family consists of 4 powerPac models in 200 W, 400 W, 600 W and 750 W power levels. Each Xlite powerPac model may be populated with up to four powerMods which have isolated outputs and may be connected in series or parallel for further flexibility. The standard range of PowerMods output converters for the Xlite platform offer nominal outputs of 2.5, 5, 12, 24 and 48 VDC, and a dual 24 V output module. All outputs have a wide range of adjustment
The Excelsys Xlite has internal cooling fans, a 5 VDC bias voltage for system administration and front panel LEDs provide a visual indication of system status. A universal 85-264 VAC input range is standard as is over voltage protection and the full load operating temperature range is from -20 to +70°C.
Standard features include: 800 W peak power, extra low profile 1U height (40 mm), all outputs fully floating, ultra-high efficiency, up to 89%, plug and play power allows fast custom configuration, few electrolytic capacitors (all long life), visual LED indicators, series/parallel of multiple outputs, 5V bias standby voltage, individual output control signals
Typical applications for the Excelsys Xlite power supply series include; industrial machines, test and measurement systems, automation equipment, printing and MIL-COTS applications
Visit Excelsys at www.excelsys.com
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