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P-Duke TAD50 | Digital Datasheet

March 06, 2023 by P-Duke Power

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P-Duke TAD50

The P-Duke TAD50 series is a range of 50 Watt open-frame AC to DC power supplies in a compact 3 by 1.5 inch package.

A peak power function is available that enables the power supply to deliver up to 140% of rated output power for 5 seconds.

The universal input voltage range is 85 to 264 Vac. TAD50 offers output voltages between 5V and 53V. The TAD50 series allows operating altitudes of up to 5000 meters, has a 3 kilovolt reinforced insulation and over voltage category OVC III.

This series is designed with a high conversion efficiency of 90.5% to 92.5%, enabling full-power operation from -40 to +55 degrees Celsius ambient temperature without derating or forced air cooling. With forced air cooling or with output power derating the TAD50 series can perform up to +85 degrees Celsius.

The TAD50 series features full protection against output short-circuit, overload and output over-voltage.

The power supplies have been approved to IEC, EN, and UL 62368-1 and the power supply’s integrated EMC filter complies with IEC/EN 55032, class B for conducted and radiated emissions.

These power supplies are suitable for a variety of industrial applications where both AC and DC inputs are required including information and communication technology equipment, test equipment, industrial automation, traffic signals, and air purification.

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