P-Duke MAF300 Series | Digital Datasheet
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P-Duke MAF300 Series
The P-Duke MAF300 is an open-frame, 300 watt AC/DC power supply that is only 2 inches by 4 inches and is optimized for medical applications.
The MAF300 has the highest rated insulation level meeting the 2X means of patient protection classification in accordance with IEC/EN/ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1. For more easy safety certification processing of the application an ISO 14971 risk management file is available.
It has a low leakage current of less than 100 microamps which makes it suitable for body floating medical equipment.
The high conversion efficiency of up to 93% and the no-load power consumption of less than 300 milliwatts allows for a power module design in a compact 4 by 2 inch package with a power density of up to 24.92 watts per cubic inch. The variable speed fan allows an output power of 300W with less noise and fan power consumption.
The MAF300 meets multiple EMI specifications, has an operating altitude of up to 5000 meters and a broad operating ambient temperature range from -40 to +85 degrees Celsius, which make MAF300 suitable for harsh environments.
The power supply comes in open frame, optional encased versions, or DIN-rail versions with a universal input voltage range as well as a number of single output voltages.
The MAF300 has a number of protections, and an optional remote control and power good signal offer a convenient approach to controlling and monitoring the unit.
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