1-kW Power Supply Goes Fanless

Excelsys Technologies claims its CoolX1000 is the world’s first fanless 1,000W modular power supply. Packaged in a 6.5 x 10 x 1U U-channel design, the unit delivers up to 1-kW without a fan or base plate cooling, eliminating acoustic noise detrimental to scientific and medical applications, as well as applications sensitive to vibration or where fan cooling is not available. The CoolX1000 also allows users to monitor and control power supply performance via analog or digital communications (PMBus).

 

The series will offer two base models: the CX10S, which is certified to IEC60950 2nd edition for industrial applications, as well as the upcoming IEC62368-1 standard; and the CX10M, which carries IEC60601-1 3rd edition and IEC60601-1-2 4th edition (EMC) for medical applications. Both models can be populated with up to six CoolMods, providing up to 12 isolated DC outputs ranging from 2.5V to 58.0V. Outputs can be configured to the required set point voltages and connected in parallel of the series for higher output current and/or higher output voltages.

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Typical applications that the CoolX1000 supports include clinical diagnostic equipment, medical lasers, dialysis equipment, radiological imaging, surgical robotics and clinical chemistry. Industrial applications include test and measurement, semiconductor fabrication, automation and printing equipment. For more info, visit Excelsys Technologies and Advanced Energy.

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