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Traco TMW Series 24 & 36 Watt AC/DC Power Module | Featured Product Spotlight

January 03, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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Traco TMW Series 24 & 36 Watt AC/DC Power Module

TRACO Power TMW 24 & 36 Watt AC/DC Power Modules are fully encapsulated, IP68 power modules with medical and industrial safety approvals.

The power supplies operate over a wide range of input voltages from 85 VAC to 264 VAC and offer output voltage configurations from 5.1VDC to 24VDC, with current ratings up to 4A and extremely low leakage current.

Both wattage ratings feature a 2.1" x 2.1" footprint, with configurations for either thru-hole PCB mounting or chassis-mount with flying leads.

These modules feature a reinforced isolation and are prepared for protection class II applications. They meet a host of safety regulations, including IEC/EN 62368-1, IEC/EN 60335-1, C/EN 60601-1 3rd edition compliant and are certified for 2xMOPP.

These power supplies offer short circuit protection, overvoltage protection, and over temperature protection.

Traco’s AC-to-DC power supplies can perform under a wide range of operating temperatures from -20°C to +80°C, where the mean time between failures for open mounting with natural convection cooling is 3.4 million hours at room temperature for both the thru-hole and chassis-mount versions.

The mean time between failures value varies for power supplies mounted inside a flush box where no natural convection is present.

TRACO Power TMW AC/DC Power Modules feature a 5-year warranty and are ideally suited for medical applications, industrial equipment, home automation, and smart buildings.

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