3W/5W Mini Power Module Approved Household Chores

The 3W AAF-03 and 5W AAF-05 families of ultra-miniature encapsulated power module in a 1 in. x 1 in. x 0.64 in. PCB-mount package are safety approved for EN60950-1 (ITE) and EN60335-1 (Household Appliance), making them suitable for industrial and household applications.

 

The AAF-03 and AAF-05 families offer single output models of 3.3 / 5 / 9 / 12 / 15 / 24 Vdc with efficiencies up to 83%. All models feature: Universal AC Input; Protection Class II Operation (no safety ground needed); I/O Isolation of 3000VAC with highest reinforced insulation; operating ambient temperature range of -25°Cto +70°C; no minimum load required; Overload/Voltage and Short Circuit protection; build-in EMC filter to comply with EN55011/22 Class B & FCC Level B emissions and IEC 61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11 immunity; and ErP Ready Design with Low No Load Power Consumption less than 150 mW. All models are recognized to UL/cUL/EN/CB 60950-1, IEC/EN/CB 60335 and bear the CE Mark. Prices start at $10.80 each/299 for single-output 3W models. Data sheets are available for the AAF-03 and AAF-05.

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MINMAX POWER INC.

Hudson, MA

978-567-9635

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http://www.minmaxpower.com

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