Recom extends AC/DC power supplies’ output for smart homes

Designing energy efficient devices requires more than complying with the latest energy saving directives, says Recom. The energy needs of the system also need to be considered. It targets its RAC series at sensor-rich IoT applications, saying that the energy efficient AC/DC power supplies cover more power-critical IoT and smart home systems, now that the3.0 and 4.0 RAC series are available with additional output voltages. 

Recom’s RAC03-G and RAC04-G series were designed to supply modern smart homes as well as IoT systems, all of which require a high number of low power nodes, actuators and sensors to process information intelligently. These converters’ high efficiency and no-load power consumption of only 75mW are suitable for energy-saving solutions which are needed in smart systems, adds Recom. With this extension, these series now offer 3.3, 5.0, 9.0, 12, 15 and 24V outputs to cover most required voltages. A universal input voltage range from 85 to 305V AC means they can be designed for worldwide mains requirements.

SGA versions are certified to EN60335 and SGB versions to EN55022 Class B without the need of any additional components. All modules are also certified to EN/UL62368 and come with a three-year warranty. Samples are available from all authorised distributors.

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