TRACO POWER TPI 30/65/125W Open Frame AC-DC Power Supplies | New Product Brief
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TRACO POWER TPI 30/65/125W Open Frame AC-DC Power Supplies
TRACO Power TPI series 30, 65, and 125 watt AC/DC open frame power supplies are cost-effective and compact power supplies for industrial applications.
A peak power function allows the supplies to deliver up to 140% of the rated power, ideal for transient demands such as motor start-up. They also offer 3000VAC I/O reinforced isolation. Supplies are available with common voltages between 3.3VDC and 53VDC. They meet the low no load input power requirements of the ErP directive and operate at high efficiency.
TPI series power supplies can operate without derating at up to 70°C using convection cooling, and they can operate at up to 85°C with either load derating or forced cooling. They have a universal AC input range and an internal filter to meet EMI requirements.
Peak Power Function: up to 140% of rated load for up to 10 seconds
- 3000VAC I/O reinforced isolation
- Protection Class II prepared
- Output voltage: common voltages from 3.3VDC to 53VDC
- -20% to +10% adjustment via trim potentiometer
- ±10% for 3.3VDC models
- Efficiency: up to 93%
- No-load input power <0.3W (acc. ErP directive)
- Temperature range: -40°C to +85°C (with derating or forced cooling)
- No derating, natural convection: 60°C (TPI 35), 70°C (TPI 65), 50°C (TPI 125)
- Universal AC Input
- Internal EN 55032 Class B Filter
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