19 Dec 2017

Compact converters power energy-conscious IoT or industrial devices

Dengrove Electronic Components has the ideal power supplies for small IoT devices and industrial controls, with the launch of the RECOM RAC05-K series of highly integrated 5-Watt AC/DC converters.

Housed in a 25.4mm x 25.4mm fully encapsulated lightweight plastic case, and with important features such as short-circuit and over-voltage protection built in, RAC05-K modules can fit within tight spaces. They also meet EN55032 class-B specifications without requiring external filtering components. The modules are built to withstand harsh industrial or outdoor environments, and can operate from -25°C up to 50°C at full load, or 70°C with derating.

With very low no-load consumption of 75mW, and high light-load efficiency, the RAC05-K series is ideal for powering devices like wireless sensors or communication modules that are always on, with short periods of peak activity. Available with a single output voltage of 3.3V, 5V, 12V, 15V or 24V, they can also be used to operate relays, data gateways, or building-automation nodes. The modules feature a 60ms hold-up time at 230VAC input, to maintain a stable output even if the AC-line quality varies.

The RAC05-K series is fully certified to UL/IEC/EN60950-1 and UL/IEC/EN62368-1 with CB reports, CE marked, and covered by a three-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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