Mouser Electronics to distribute XP Power stock, including AC/DC power

XP Power's DSR75 and other power supply modules are now distributed by Mouser Electronics. (XP Power)

Mouser Electronics now stocks a wide variety of XP Power’s AC-DC power supplies, DC-DC converters, high-voltage power supplies and EMI filters, under a recent agreement announced Monday.

XP Power sought Mouser’s distribution expertise to help drive global growth opportunities for XP Power products, said Steve Head, global distribution director at XP Power.

XP Power’s AC-DC power solutions run a wide power range from 3 W to 3,000 W and in a variety of mechanical formats such as open-frame, chassis mount, DIN rail mount and wall plug. They are designed for a range of end equipment, including industrial and process control, semiconductor fabrication, scientific instruments, consumer devices and defense applications.

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XP Power has an FCS series of low profile, open-frame AC-DC power supplies available in single output voltages that range from 12 v to 48 volt with either a 40 watt or 60 watt convection rating, approved for industrial and medical applications. A VEL series of AC-DC power supplies are wall plug adapters that meet DOE Level VI energy efficient standards.

There is also an ECF series and a DSR series of AC-DC power supplies. The ECF40 provides up to 40 watts over a 90 VAC-264 VAC input range in an ultra-compact 3 x 1.5- inch open frame convection cool unit. 

The DSR is an ultra-slim DIN rail-mounted device available in 75 W, 120W, or 240 W outputs. Multiple DSRs can be run in parallel for higher requirements. A DSR (Demand Side Response) unit can be used to soften peaks in demand and fill in troughs, especially when power is more abundant, affordable and clean, according to the Electricity System Operator website.

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