CUI INC. VGS-W Internal AC-DC Power Supplies | New Product Brief
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CUI INC. VGS-W Internal AC-DC Power Supplies
CUI VGS-W Internal AC-DC Power Supplies are compact and rugged, convection cooled units that reduce standby power usage and optimize available space in industrial applications. The VGS-W series includes supplies from 36W to 158W that are housed in a compact and low-profile metal enclosure, with options for conformal coating and terminal covers. The power supplies are certified to IEC 62368, are designed to meet IEC 61558 and IEC 60335 safety requirements, and meet Class B emissions limits. They offer a wide input voltage range and are available with an output from 5V to 48V, with 10% adjustability. They have very low no-load power consumption and operate at up to 90.5% efficiency. CUI VGS-W series supplies have short-circuit, over-current, and over-voltage protection.
- Power range: 36W to 158W
- Compact metal enclosure
- 30mm low profile
- Conformal coating and terminal cover options
- UL/EN/IEC 62368 certified
- Designed to meet IEC 61558 and IEC 60335 safety requirements
- CISPR/EN55032 Class B radiated/conducted emissions
- Voltage ranges
- Wide input range: 85VAC to 305VAC (47Hz to 63Hz) or 120VDC to 431VDC
- Output voltage range: 5V to 48V, ±10% adjustability
- No-load power consumption: 0.3W or 0.5W
- Efficiency: up to 90.5%
- Short-circuit, over-current, over-voltage protection
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