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29 November 2016

New TMF Series 5 Watt to 30 Watt Power Supply Modules for Medical Applications

TMF series AC/DC power supply modules

The TMF series alternating/direct current (AC/DC) power supply modules are designed and manufactured based on workmanship standards and risk management with the requirements for quality, reliability, and safety of medical equipment compliance.

The units are approved to IEC/EN/ES 60601-1 edition 3.1 for 2 x means of patient protection (MOPP) and come along with an ISO 14971 risk management file.

These fully encapsulated modules are for painted circuit board (PCB) mount and come in the power classes of 5 Watt, 10 Watt, 20 Watt and 30 Watt, with fixed output voltages of 5 Volt Direct Current (VDC), 12VDC, 15VDC and 24VDC. They are designed for protection class II applications (no earth connection) and feature a low leakage current below 100µA.

A compact design and excellent electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) considerations facilitate the modules’ design. Thermal management capabilities enable an operation within a wide temperature range of -25°C to +70°C and the isolation system is designed and approved for an altitude of 5,000m above meal sea level (AMSL).

This makes the power supplies suitable not only for stationary applications but also for transportable medical equipment. Traco Power underlines the quality of these power supplies with a 5-year product warranty.

This white paper showcases Traco Power's power solutions for medical equipment. 
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