15W AC/DC Supply Goes Industrial Or Medical

TRACO POWER’s TPP15 family of miniaturized, open-frame power supplies with an extended operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C carries both industrial and medical safety approvals. The components feature reinforced insulation with an I/O isolation of 4 kVac, are 2X MOPP compliant with leakage current below 75 µA, and they are suitable for Medical Type BF (body floating) applications. Efficiency is up to 88.5%, enabling a package measuring 2.61 in. x 1 in. x 0.62 in. and convection cooled, full load operation from –40°C to +55°C ambient and the aforementioned extended temperature range to +85°C with 50% derating. A no load power-consumption of 0.05W (max) satisfies the requirements of the ErP directive.


All models offer Safety Class II Operation, therefore no safety ground is required, with safety approvals to IEC/EN/UL 60950-1, IEC/EN/ES 60601-1 3rd edition with compliance to the latest EMC emission standards of IEC 60601-1-2 4th edition. Units are manufactured per ISO 14971, ISO 13485 and IPC-A-610 class 3 standards. For more details and specs, a TPP15 family datasheet is available. For more info, contact TRACO Power North America Inc. San Jose, CA. 408-916-4570 or [email protected]

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