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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
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  • Medical Device Link . EMI and Power Supplies in Medical Electronics
    . Increasingly large ferrites can be tried until only a minimal change in rise time is perceivable on the switching waveform. In most supplies, there is really no need to pass 30-MHz interference from a 100-kHz switcher. The best way to block high-frequency currents from passing from a medical device
  • Medical Device Link . The Impact of International Standards on the Performance of Programmable Dc Power Supplies Electronics manufacturers who comply with global safety requirements are developing new, more powerful types of high-performance power su
    By complying with stringent international regulations, U.S. and Canadian electronics manufacturers are producing new types of power supplies that are not only safer, but capable of delivering more powerful performance benefits. Among these exciting developments are soft-switching power conversion
  • Medical Device Link . MEDTEC 98 Exhibitor Profiles
    switching power supplies. Seven standard models with outputs of 5, 9, 12, 15, 16, 18, and 24 V dc are available. The SW170 family of medical switchers comply with the EMC directive and conform to CE-marking requirements. The company is certified to ISO 9001. Stand 1600 Avery Dennison Belgi e N.V.
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    The Hidden Schematic: EMC Threats in Medical Power Supplies Many EMC problems in power supplies especially for medical electronics are hidden in parasitic elements. Such factors must be included in early modeling. William D. Kimmel and Daryl D. Gerke The problem lies with the hidden schematic
  • Medical Device Link .
    , respectively. Many are approved for operation in medical environments. Modular switching power supplies offer manufacturers the ability to integrate the required power source quickly without building their own power supply. Terry Hill is a program manager at Switching Systems International
  • Medical Device Link .
    Safety is one consideration that takes precedence over all others in the design of electronic equipment. It can be tempting, therefore, to think that power supplies that have been designed and proved to be safe in industrial applications would be equally suitable for use in medical equipment
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    EMI Considerations in Selecting AC/DC Switching Power Supplies Understanding the electromagnetic interference issues for power supplies helps designers to select the right power supply to integrate into their medical electronics. Design engineers often report system-level electromagnetic
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    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry A large OEM power-supply industry has sprung up to meet the voracious appetite of the information technology equipment (ITE) market for global, high-volume, reliable, cost-effective power supplies. These OEM power supplies are a tempting option for medical

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