New Product

RECOM RACM60-K/OF 60W Open-Frame AC/DC Converters | New Product Brief

August 30, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

This New Product Brief (NPB) is part of a video series highlighting the features, applications, and technical specs of newly-released products.

RECOM RACM60-K/OF 60W Open-Frame AC/DC Converters

RECOM Power RACM60-K/OF AC/DC converters are medical grade AC/DC converters with a compact, open-frame design. 

The RACM60-K/OF is certified to medical safety and EMC standards in addition to safety standards for industrial applications and household appliances. The power supply offers reinforced isolation rated to 4kVAC for 1 minute and complies with the requirements for use in Type B and Type BF medical devices. 

The RACM60-K/OF is available with a 2” x 3” or 2” x 4” footprint to fit into small spaces, with header connectors or PCB pins. It provides a single 60W output with fixed output voltage options from 5V to 48V. The supplies operate at high efficiency over their full load range, and they can operate at up to 55°C ambient, or up to 85°C with derating. 

  • ANSI/AAMI/IEC 60601-1 medical safety and EN 60601-1-2 medical EMC certifications 
    • 2MOPP 
  • 4kVAC/1min reinforced isolation 
    • Type B/BF compliant 
  • 2” x 3” or 2” x 4” footprint, low profile design 
  • Connector options: standard headers or PCB pins 
  • 60W output 
    • 5V to 48V single fixed output 
    • 90% typical efficiency, 100mW no load power consumption 
  • Operating temperature: -40°C to +55°C with convection cooling 
    • Up to 85°C with derating 

Visit for more information.

New Industry Products are a form of content that allows industry partners to share useful news, messages, and technology with All About Circuits readers in a way editorial content is not well suited to. All New Industry Products are subject to strict editorial guidelines with the intention of offering readers useful news, technical expertise, or stories. The viewpoints and opinions expressed in New Industry Products are those of the partner and not necessarily those of All About Circuits or its writers.