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PQC250-48

AC-DC 250 Watt, 48V Main Output, 5V Standby Outout, Open Frame, Convection Cooled Power Supply

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PQC250-48

Technical Information

Total Output Power (W) 274
Form Factor 3 x 5 x 1.4in
Input Voltage Range (V) 90 to 264
Output Voltage 1 (V) 48
Output Voltage 2 (V) 5
Efficiency (%) 94
Operating Temp. Range (C) -10 to 70
Design Origin Murata Power Solutions
Dimensions (inch) 3 x 5 x 1.4
Dimensions (mm) 76.2 x 127 x 35.2
Output Current (A) 5.2
Output Current 2 (A) 0.5
Isolation (Vdc) 1500
PARD (typical) 1
Quality IEC60601-1 (Ed. 3) – CB Cert and Report ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 (2005+C1:09+A2:10) CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 60601-1 (2008) 3rd Edition EN60601-1:2006+CORR:2010
RoHS 6 Yes
Series Headline 3" x 5" High Density Open Frame AC-DC Power Supply
Series Description The PQC250 series switching power supplies utilize advanced component and circuit technologies to deliver high efficiency and low power dissipation in both operational and standby operation in a compact 3.0" x 5.0" x 1.40" package. Designed for medical, computing, communications, telecom, industrial, consumer, and other OEM applications, deployable in 1U customer systems. All models offer universal AC input capability with active power factor correction (PFC) and compliance to worldwide safety and EMC standards.