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Podzespoły  REM1 - przetwornica zgodna z wymaganiami normy 2MOPP 


Firma RECOM opracowała nową przetwornicę DC/DC przeznaczoną do aplikacji medycznych. Jako pierwsza w swojej klasie spełnia ona wymagania 2MOPP przy napięciu roboczym 250 VAC w obudowie SIP7. Projektowanie niezawodnych i kompaktowych urządzeń medycznych z zachowaniem aktualnych wymagań bezpieczeństwa dla urządzeń medycznych i kompatybilności elektromagnetycznej to nie byle jakie wyzwanie.

Korzystanie z certyfikowanych modułów redukuje ryzyko nieuzyskania certyfikatów bezpieczeństwa medycznego i kompatybilności elektromagnetycznej oraz pozwala na inne wykorzystanie czasu, który musiałby być poświęcony na poprawianie produktu.

Nowa seria przetworników REM1 firmy RECOM uzupełnia istniejące już modele przeznaczonych dla aplikacji medycznych przetworników DC/DC REM o mocy 3 W, 6 W i 10 W o model 1-watowy w kompaktowej obudowie SIP7. Ta zaawansowana technologicznie, nowoczesna przetwornica charakteryzuje się podwyższoną wartością napięcia izolacji (5,2 kVAC przez 1 minutę) i ma certyfikat poziomu bezpieczeństwa 2MOPP przy napięciu roboczym 250 VAC.

Dostępny z napięciem wejściowym 3,3 V, 5 V, 12 V, 15 V lub 24 V oraz napięciem wyjściowym 3,3 V, 5 V lub 12 V przetwornik REM1 stanowi uniwersalne rozwiązanie o sprawności nawet 85%, które pracuje w przedziale temperatury otoczenia -40...+90°C.

Spełnia przy tym wymagania klasy B kompatybilności elektromagnetycznej, dzięki zastosowaniu prostego filtra LC i ma certyfikat kompatybilności elektromagnetycznej w zakresie aplikacji medycznych zgodny z normą IEC60601-1-2 rev. 4. Ma też certyfikat zgodności z normą bezpieczeństwa IEC/EN/ANSI/AAMI 60601 rev. 3. Gwarancja producenta obejmuje okres 5 lat.

Więcej na www.recom-power.com

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