2400W AC-DC supply has 96% efficiency
Advanced Energy Industries (AEI) has launched a 2400W AC-DC power supply in the common redundant power supply (CPRS) form factor with an 80PLUS Titanium efficiency certification of over 96%.
The Artesyn CSU2400AT 2400 W series measures 1U x 73.5 mm for quick integration into existing deployments.
Accepting input voltages of 180 to 264 VAC and 180 to 336 VDC, the CSU2400AT hot-pluggable power supplies feature active power factor correction (PFC), very low total harmonic current distortion to comply with EN 61000-3-2 limits even at light loads and are PMBus-compliant.
Each power supply delivers a nominal output voltage of 12.2 V while active current sharing facilitates the connection of multiple power supplies in parallel for applications requiring higher load current or redundancy. A ‘cold redundancy’ capability optimizes efficiency in cases where system loads do not require the full power of connected power supplies.
The CSU2400AT series is compliant with EMI Class A, IEC 60950 and IEC/EN/UL 62368 standards as well as all relevant safety standards.
“80PLUS Titanium certification is an increasingly common requirement for energy-related products and will soon become mandatory in compliance with European Lot 9 legislation,” said Richard Caubang, Advanced Energy’s senior technical director for enterprise and network products. “The CSU2400AT series addresses these requirements while the CRPS form factor provides a simplified upgrade path to higher efficiency, more space-efficient solutions in existing installations.”
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