Cosel's Configurable Power Supplies Serve Medical Applications
September 13, 2019
Cosel?s AME family of configurable power supplies for medical applications is made up of four models, AME400F, AME600F, AME800F and the AME1200F.
Cosel’s AME family of configurable power supplies for medical applications is made up of four models, AME400F, AME600F, AME800F and the AME1200F, covering applications from 400W to 1200W. Each version can host independent output modules that can be configured as required by the application. Two versions of output modules are offered, 120W and 240W, available in four output voltages, +5V, +12V, +24V and +48V. Designed for demanding medical applications, input/output isolation complies with 2MOPP requirements.
With 24V and 48V outputs and equipped with the 240W module, the AME series has a built-in peak current capability suitable for medical applications such as laser or pulse generator duties. Higher voltages can be achieved by connecting modules in series, and for greater total power they can also be connected in parallel. Designed for less demanding control applications, the 120W interface is limited to remote ON/OFF and alarm. All modules include overvoltage and overcurrent protection with automatic recovery.
The master host unit includes noise filter, inrush current limiter, primary protection and an auxiliary output of 5V/1A, with 12V optional. A main alarm and a global inhibit is also included in the master host unit making it possible to monitor the complete power supply. A blow-in Smart-Fan automatically adjusts its speed to provide the required airflow. The AME400F and AME600F support four output slots, and the AME800F and AME1200F six slots.
To accommodate a large range of applications and to simplify product implementation, the AME series includes a range of options, accessories and a configuration tool. It complies with the RoHS directive and is CE marked in accordance with the Low Voltage Directive.
For more information, visit www.en.cosel.co.jp/product/powersupply/AME/.
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