|April 05, 2006
Stan Michelson, Focus Communications
Lambda Adds New Series of Low-Noise, Fan-Cooled,
200W Peak Power Supplies in Compact Package
SAN DIEGO, CA (April 05, 2006) - Lambda has introduced a series of 200-watt peak power
supplies with an integral variable-speed, temperature-controlled fan. An extension of Lambda's
high-technology NV-175 family, the single and multiple power supplies are ideally suited for a
wide range of applications where system airflow is not available and – because of their low
audible noise and compact size – for medical, light industrial, test equipment, and data
Rated to operate from a 90VAC to 264VAC input, the versatile NV-175 is available with
one to five outputs, voltages from 0.9V to 28V, and output currents up to 25 amps, depending
on the output configuration. Models with the high-power 12V and 24V main channel can deliver
up to 200 watts peak for one minute to drive power hungry motors and pumps.
Units with the integral fan measure just 1.6 x 3.32 x 6.4 inches and can operate at full
power in temperatures ranging from 0°C to 50°C, derating to 50% at 70°C. All NV-175 models
carry the CE mark; conform to UL60950-1, EN60950-1, EN60601-1 and EN61010 standards;
and meet EN55022 Level B EMI with less than 300mA ground leakage current.
The NV-175 power supplies are available now, priced at $144 each in 100-unit quantities.
More information can be found on Lambda’s Website, www.lambdapower.com.
For more than 50 years, Lambda Americas has been a leading provider of power supply
solutions. The company's broad range of products provides power for industrial,
telecommunications, data communications, medical, and test-and-measurement applications
worldwide. Lambda is a unit of TDK Corporation (NYSE:TDK), a leading global electronics
company, and is headquartered in Tokyo. More information is available at 800-LAMBDA-4 (toll
free) or 619-575-4400; fax is 619-429-1011.
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