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Switching Mode Power Supplies were widely used in LED Lighting projects, CCTV monitoring systems and industrial machinery. Our off-shelf products offers turn-key solutions to meet different requirements of end users

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Power supply 150W 12V 24V IP20


■Features: ●100-240V AC input ●Single Output ●90% high efficiency ●100% full load bur-in test ●Protection: OTP,OLP,OVP,SCP ●CE FCC Certified ●3 year warranty

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Product

N-IP20-Indoor

Solution

LED Lighting Solutions

Product parameters Data download
Model No. Watt AC input DC output Effi. Tol. Size(L*W*H) pcs/ctn
N-36-xx 36W 100-240V 12/24V 90% ±5% 121*36*21 100pcs
N-60-xx 60W 100-240V 12/24V 90% ±5% 126*50*22 100pcs
N-100-xx 100W 100-240V 12/24/48V 90% ±5% 146*50*22 100pcs
N-150-xx 150W 100-240V 12/24V 90% ±5% 175*50*25 50pcs
N-200-xx 200W 100-240V 12/24/48V 90% ±5% 175*50*25 50pcs
N-250-xx 250W 175-240V 12/24V 90% ±5% 224*60*25 50pcs
N-300-xx 300W 175-240V 12/24/48V 90% ±5% 224*60*25 50pcs
N-350-xx 350W 175-240V 12/24V 90% ±5% 224*60*25 50pcs

In the realm of electronics, power supplies serve as the lifeblood, providing the essential energy required to power a vast array of devices and systems. However, understanding the diverse specifications of power supplies is crucial for selecting the right solution to meet specific requirements. Let's delve into the intricate world of power supply specifications and unravel the key parameters that define their performance and functionality.

1. Output Voltage: The output voltage of a power supply refers to the electrical potential difference between its positive and negative terminals. It is typically specified in volts (V) and determines the voltage level supplied to connected devices. Power supplies are available in various voltage configurations, ranging from low-voltage supplies suitable for microelectronics to high-voltage supplies used in industrial applications.

2. Output Current: Output current, measured in amperes (A), represents the maximum amount of electrical current that a power supply can deliver to connected devices. It determines the capacity of the power supply to supply power to the load. Higher current ratings are required for devices with higher power consumption or when powering multiple devices simultaneously.

3. Power Rating: The power rating of a power supply, expressed in watts (W), indicates its maximum power output capacity. It is calculated by multiplying the output voltage by the output current. Power supplies with higher power ratings can deliver more power to the load and are suitable for demanding applications with high power requirements.

4. Efficiency: Efficiency is a measure of how effectively a power supply converts input electrical power into output electrical power. It is expressed as a percentage and indicates the energy efficiency of the power supply. Higher efficiency power supplies waste less energy as heat and are more environmentally friendly and cost-effective in operation.

5. Ripple and Noise: Ripple and noise refer to unwanted fluctuations in the output voltage of a power supply. Ripple is characterized by periodic variations in voltage, while noise consists of random fluctuations superimposed on the output voltage. Low ripple and noise levels are essential for ensuring stable and reliable operation of sensitive electronic devices.

6. Regulation: Regulation refers to the ability of a power supply to maintain a stable output voltage despite changes in input voltage, load current, or temperature. Tight voltage regulation ensures that the output voltage remains within specified limits under varying operating conditions, providing consistent and reliable power to connected devices.

7. Protection Features: Power supplies often incorporate various protection features to safeguard against electrical faults and ensure safe operation. These may include overvoltage protection, overcurrent protection, short circuit protection, and thermal protection mechanisms. Protection features help prevent damage to the power supply and connected devices in the event of abnormal operating conditions.

In summary, understanding the diverse specifications of power supplies is essential for selecting the right solution to meet specific application requirements. Whether it's the output voltage, current, power rating, efficiency, ripple and noise, regulation, or protection features, each specification plays a crucial role in defining the performance and functionality of a power supply. By carefully evaluating these parameters, engineers and designers can choose the most suitable power supply for their applications, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.

 

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