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AC-DC Power Supplies

GXE600

NEW RANGESingle Output 600W Programmable Medical & ITE Power Supplies

The medically certified GXE600 series offers constant voltage / constant current (CVCC) operation and read-write programming through a robust RS-485 communication (Modbus RTU protocol).  Both the output voltage and current can be adjusted over a very wide range using digital or analogue programming. 
 
The 95% efficient power supply can be operated without the need for forced air cooling, minimising system acoustic noise.  The ability to read back remaining electrolytic capacitor lifetime and analyse alarm history assists preventative maintenance and troubleshooting in the field.
 

Features

  • IEC 60601-1, 62368-1 and 60950-1 certification 
  • Convection cooling
  • Digital (RS-485) and analogue programming
  • High Efficiency (95%)
  • Cover addition, ruggedisation and pcb coating options
  • Seven year warranty

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Part number Power (W) Output info Construction Status Datasheet
GXE600-24 600 24V / 25A
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GXE600-48 600 48V / 12.5A
Enclosed New product Datasheet
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The medically certified GXE600 series offers constant voltage / constant current (CVCC) operation and read-write programming through a robust RS-485 communication (Modbus RTU protocol).  Both the output voltage and current can be adjusted over a very wide range using digital or analogue programming. 
 
The 95% efficient power supply can be operated without the need for forced air cooling, minimising system acoustic noise.  The ability to read back remaining electrolytic capacitor lifetime and analyse alarm history assists preventative maintenance and troubleshooting in the field.
 

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