Slim 180W desktop adapter meets 62368-1 standards

AC/DC desktop power adapters from TRUMPower can ensure early compliance to to the new IEC 62368-1 hazard-based, performance-oriented standards, which will be replacing the current IEC 60950-1 safety standards on December 20, 2020.

The 180W TFA180 series of AC/DC Class I units are furnished with an IEC 320/C14 or IEC 320/C6 AC inlet. The power adapters are available with 19 or 19.5V for laptops, 24 or 48V outputs, making them suitable for a range of applications. A 54V/3.33A output is also available for the C14 AC inlet power supplies.  Standard output connector is a four-pin DIN plug but TRUMPower offers additional connector and cable options on request.

The TFA180 series is approved by UL/cUL and TUV to the latest ITE standards, including UL/IEC/EN 62368-1. The power adapter complies with EMC and immunity standards including EN 55022/FCC/VCCI class B (conducted and radiated emissions), EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-8, EN 61000-4-11. Efficiency is 89 per cent minimum at full load and no load power consumption is 0.21W maximum. Therefore, the series satisfies Energy star 2.0, DOE level VI and ErP stage II requirements.

The series carries CE marking and is RoHS-compliant. Packaged in a low profile black-coloured plastic enclosure, the unit measures 5.96 x 2.98 x 1.0-inches or 151 x 75 x 25mm.

The TFA180power adapter accepts a 90 to 264V AC continuous input range and 0.9 minimum power factor. Withstand voltage is specified at 1,500V AC from input to output and 1,500V AC from input to ground. With touch leakage current being lower than 250microA at 264V AC, the TFA180 power adapter can operate at an ambient temperature range of 0 to +40 degree C and operating humidity spans from 20 to 80 per cent non-condensing. Its mean time between failure (MTBF) is higher than 500,000 hours at full load and 25 degree C ambient, calculated per Telecordia SR-332. The power supply is protected against over-voltage, over-current, and short circuit conditions.

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