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Powering The World's Critical Systems
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Want to understand energy efficiency for external power supplies?
Read the article by Gary Bocock, author of The Essential Guide to Power Supplies - http://www.xppower.com/Blog/Energy-efficiency-for-external-power-supplies-EPS
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XP Power has introduced the JTD15 and JTD20 series of board-mounted DC-DC converters, which target cost-sensitive applications where a compact unit with a wide input range is required. The range is aimed at offering a power solution in multiple markets, such as instrumentation, broadcast, networking, telecommunications, and data communications.
http://www.xppower.com/Media/Press-Releases/ArtMID/938/ArticleID/421/JTD15-JTD20
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We are pleased to announce that on the 3rd of October we officially opened the start of the Phase II expansion of our Vietnam facility. This marks another exciting chapter in the development of the Vietnam factory.
The ground breaking ceremony consisted of Lion dancing, prayers, and the mock ground breaking exercise.
The next key phase will be the completion of the foundations in November with final completion planned for late Aug 2018.
We wish all involved in the project the best of luck.
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XP Power announces the acquisition of Comdel Inc., a Massachusetts, US-based designer and manufacturer of radio frequency (RF) power supplies. Read the press release here - http://bit.ly/2kR23dv
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XP Power unveiled the GSP750 series of 750 W AC-DC power supply units, offering high efficiency, a peak power capability of 900 W, single outputs, intelligent fan cooling, and industrial and medical safety approvals.
Read the press release - http://bit.ly/2AQycZs
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The US Department of Defense Standard MIL-STD 1275 is an immunity standard that defines a series of test conditions to be applied to the input of a 28V electrical power system within a military vehicle. These include spikes, surges, operating voltages, and ripple.
MIL-STD 1275E superseded MIL-STD 1275D on 22nd March 2013. Whilst there were changes made between the revisions, the test conditions and limits have not changed dramatically.
Read the full article here - http://bit.ly/2xTAmmE
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XP Power’s ASB110 series provides a complete baseplate-cooled AC-DC power supply module that requires no external components in an industry standard full brick, low profile package. Find out more - http://bit.ly/2BzZW2a
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http://bit.ly/2w5oz3T - The EME05 series of ultra-compact, single output, 5 Watt AC-DC power supplies are believed to be one of the smallest 5 Watt AC-DC supplies, with full international medical safety approvals, on the market.
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Read the article here - http://bit.ly/2h2Jnp9
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http://bit.ly/2tiCFgi - Introducing the QSB150 series of 150 Watt half brick DC-DC converters aimed at a wide range of applications where an ultra-wide input range are required. #Powersupplies
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