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MTA040024A Allied Electronics, Inc. ELPAC Not Provided Power Supply, Medical, Switching, 24 Volts, 40 Watts, 1.67 Amps, 85% Eff@115 VAC
MVA100018A Allied Electronics, Inc. ELPAC Not Provided Power Supply, Medical, Switching, 100 Watts, 18 Volts, 5.6 Amps, 91% Efficiency
MTA040012A Allied Electronics, Inc. ELPAC Not Provided Power Supply, Medical, Switching, 12 Volta, 40 Watts, 3.3 Amps, 85% Eff@115 VAC
GPM80PG Allied Electronics, Inc. SL POWER CONDOR Not Provided Power Supply; Medical; Switching; 85 to 264 VAC; 80 W; 2.3; 70%; 5 V; 24 V; -12
GLM50-12G Allied Electronics, Inc. SL POWER CONDOR Not Provided GLOBAL SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY, LOW COST, ULTRA SMALL. MEDICAL, 50W, 12V@4.2A
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