Powering The World’s Critical Systems
XP Power offer the widest range of power products from one source, backed with exceptional technical and customer support. Our product range encompasses AC-DC power supplies, DC-DC converters, high voltage AC-DC power supplies, high voltage DC-DC converters, RF power systems, 3 phase power supplies, custom power solutions & EMI filters.View our product range
Why XP Power?
With design and manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, we ensure that our product offering is at the leading edge of power technology, conforming to the latest legislation and employing state-of-the-art components and production technology.
Quality assurance and control is involved at all stages to ensure that our products are of the highest quality and are safe & reliable. An international network of sales and support facilities enables us to provide local customer support across technical sales, design engineering, operations & logistics.
Our core values
Our core values of Integrity, Knowledge, Flexibility, Speed and Customer Focus are deeply rooted in our DNA.
Our customers, suppliers and staff know that we will be honest in our interactions, deliver genuine value through our knowledge and experience, be receptive to our customer’s needs, provide speedy response and always consider our customer’s experience in everything we do.
IEC60601-1-2 Medical EMC; 4th Edition
Medical electrical equipment – Part 1-2: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance – Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic disturbances – Requirements and tests
Active surge protection filter module complies with DEF STAN 61-5 issue 6 load dump requirement
The DSF226 EMC filter and surge protection module is designed for use in 28 VDC input defense applications. The PCB mounting module is encapsulated within a six sided metal enclosure and is able to support up to 200 Watts output power to drive downstream DC-DC converters.
Determine System EMI Characteristics Early in System Design Phase
Often in the commercial, industrial, medical and military industries, system engineers wait until system qualification before addressing critical functions for EMC and EMI compliance to relevant standards. The most common mistake is the belief that a power supply with EMI compliance certifications to required system standards will ensure system EMI compliance. This is all too often proven to be an incorrect assumption.