High density configurable 4kW power supply

High density configurable 4kW power supply

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By Nick Flaherty

Advanced Energy Industries has launched a configurable 4kW high density power supply  with up to four times higher power density than conventional supplies in a 2.5in form factor.

The first member of Advanced Energy’s next-generation NeoPower (NP) family of AC-DC configurable industrial and medical power supplies is the NP08. This combines eight output power slots for rapid and flexible configuration with a best-in-class power density of 18 W/in3 and is rated at up to 4,000W.

The NP08 also has integrated and flexible communication capabilities with optional dongles that support all common digital communication protocols without the need for design changes or modifications.

“With the widest power range in the industry, AE is the market leader in configurable power supplies,” said María Cortez, Advanced Energy’s senior vice president for Industrial Power Products.

“The launch of the first member of the NeoPower family means that we now offer the largest portfolio of configurable solutions – all with AE’s exceptional and trusted reliability. NeoPower leverages AE’s expertise in high-efficiency server power supply design with our deep experience in configurable to speed development of high-density configurable power conversion systems that are precisely tailored to the needs of demanding applications. The new NP08 is a perfect first example and delivers more power in a 2.5” configurable supply than comparable solutions.”

Designed for ease of configuration in both series and parallel implementations, the NP08 can be programmed as a voltage or a current source and operates with market-leading low noise performance. NP08 is qualified to all applicable standards including the medical BF (body floating) safety rating and the SEMI F47 standard relating to immunity from voltage sag.

AC inputs are 90 to 264 VAC and interface options include RS-485 (MODBUS RTU), PMBUS, and CANBUS (CANOPEN) protocols for cloud-based monitoring and control.

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