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Ecopac Power launches 90W IP Rated power supply

Ecopac

Mean Well has increased the number of models for its IP-rated LP series with the 90W LPF-90D now available from Ecopac Power.

The LPF-90D series is supplied with built in 3 – 1 dimming function, allowing designers to dim the power supply by either changing the resistance, by using a 1-10Vdc adjustments or PWM signal.

With built in active power factor protection the power supplies are manufactured to IP67 standards.

With the use of full potting and heat-conducted glue the plastic case enclosure has been designed with 94V-0 fire prevention level and the power supply can absorb up to 5G vibrations and protects the internal electronic components against dust and moisture ingress.

The series has up to 91 per cent of high efficiency and can operate from -40°c up to +70°c with only free air convection; this allows the 90 watt power supply to be used for any applications in harsh environments.

Designed with wide range input of 90 – 305 Vac the series not only meets the harmonic current limitation for EN61000-3-2 Class C at 60 per cent of load, it also meets power factor >0.9 if the loading is over 60 per cent, this allows the 90W LPF-90D to comply with the requirements of a typical lighting application.

Manufactured with a 3 year warranty Mean Well have designed the new Led power supply with double isolated cable-style input and output cables. The LPF-90D input is SJTW 18AWG x 2C/30cm and the output is SVT 18AWG x 2C/30cm with additional control wires 18AWG x 2C to allow for the dimming control.

With Class II AC input without field ground and protection for short circuit, over voltage, overload, and over temperature these 90 watt Mean Well IP rated power supplies comply with global certificates per UL8750, EN61347-1, EN61347-2-13, and EN55015. As a Class II power supply the Mean Well LPF-90F series pass Low Power Source and have worldwide certificates of UL / CUL / TUV / CB / CE.

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