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MAP55-4001 RS Electronics Power-One Inc. Not Provided AC/DC switching power supply, 55 watt; quad output voltage 1 is +5V, 2 is +24V, 3 is -12V and +12V; adjustment range is 4.7V to 5.6V; output current 1 is 6A, 2 is 1.5A, 3 is 0.5A and 0.5A; peak output current 1 is 8A, 2 is 2.5A, 3 is 1A and 4 is 1A.
MAP55-1012 RS Electronics Power-One Inc. Not Provided AC/DC switching power supply, 55 watt; single output voltage is 12V/15V; adjustment range is 11.4V to 15.75V; maximum output current is 5.0/4.0A; peak output current is 5.8/4.7A, compact footprint is 6.00 x 3.27 x 1.60 inches.
VS75P-24 RS Electronics TDK Lambda Not Provided AC/DC Switching Power Supply: 75 Watt, 24V Single Output, PC Board. 200% peak power capability, 3.2 Amps maximum @ 50 degrees. Peak output power: 168 Watts.
VS150P-24 RS Electronics TDK Lambda Not Provided AC/DC Switching Power Supply: 150 Watt, 24V Single Output, PC Board. 200% peak power capability, 6.3 Amps maximum @ 50 degrees. Peak output power: 288 Watts.
VS50P-24 RS Electronics TDK Lambda Not Provided AC/DC Switching Power Supply: 50 Watt, 24V Single Output, PC Board. 200% peak power capability, 2.5 Amps maximum @ 50 degrees. Peak output power: 100 Watts.
NTE1V115 RS Electronics NTE Not Provided Semiconductor, transient suppresser, metal oxide varistor. 115V max RMS voltage, 150V max DC voltage, 295V clamping voltage, 171V nominal varistor voltage, .25 watts transient power dissipation, 10.0 joules energy, 1200A peak current.
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