19 Oct 2017

Plug-top power adaptors meet the latest CEC Requirements

Powersolve announces the PPS60 Series of plug-top adaptors designed to accept a universal 90 to 264VAC input while providing single outputs from 12 to 24VDC. The three models in the PPS60 Series meet the latest CEC Requirements – Level VI and feature a no-load input power figure of just 0.21W max.

The PPS60 Series is supplied with interchangeable AC plugs for the UK, Europe, USA and Australia. Providing up to 60W, the adaptors have single outputs giving 12, 15 or 24VDC. Powersolve can supply other output voltages but these will be subject to minimum order quantities.

Protection against overcurrent, overvoltage and short circuit is provided as standard.

The PPS60 Series complies with all relevant international safety standards as well as EMC compliance to EN55022’B’, CISPR 22 ‘B’ and FCC Part 15 ’B’.

Housed in a compact plastic enclosure measuring 109 x 47 x 32mm, output is via a 1.2m lead with a 2.5 x 5.5 x 11mm barrel connector as standard. Other connector types are available as an option.

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