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CUI INC. SWI10B 10W AC-DC Wall Plug Adapters | New Product Brief

October 04, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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CUI INC. SWI10B 10W AC-DC Wall Plug Adapters

CUI SWI10B 10W AC-DC Wall Plug Adapters are compact and efficient adapters that meet the latest safety standards for ICT and AV equipment. 

The adapters meet DoE Level VI efficiency standards and have no-load power consumption under 75mW, and they’re certified to the IEC 62368-1 safety standard set to supersede existing standards for ICT and AV equipment, providing designers a clear path to meeting these requirements. SWI10B adapters have a universal AC input range and can provide up to 12W of continuous output power at 5V or 12V. Output options include a USB Type-A connector as well as cabled options terminating in a micro USB or DC barrel connector. 

They feature a Class II construction and have integrated over-voltage, over-current, and short-circuit protection. 

  • DoE level VI efficiency 
    • <0.075W no-load power consumption 
  • IEC 62368-1 standards certified 
    • Set to supersede IEC 60950-1 and IEC 60065 standards 
  • 90VAC to 264VAC universal input voltage range 
    • North American and European style plugs available 
  • Up to 12W continuous power 
    • Output levels: 12V/1A or 5V/2A 
  • Output options: USB Type-A or cabled with USB Micro-B or Barrel Plug 
  • Over-voltage, over-current, and short-circuit protection 

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