XP Power boosts high voltage offer with German acquisitions
XP Power, one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of critical power solutions to the electronics industr...
Understanding power supply de-rating specifications
An increasing number of AC-DC power supplies rely on de-rating specifications. But what exactly are they? Read our lates...
Launching 100W AC-DC power supplies for industrial, technology & medical devices, including BF
New series certified to medical (including BF), ITE and household standards for Class I and II (no ground connection) op...
New low-cost 60W power supplies offer 90-305VAC input and a broad range of safety & EMC approvals
Releasing a new series of 60W low profile AC-DC power supplies that are intended for use in a wide variety of cost-sensi...
HPA Series: Single phase input 1.5kW power modules scalable to 7.5kW
The HPA offers rapid user configurability from an extremely compact, high power density, low profile 1U module.
1.5kW constant voltage and constant current power supply offers advanced programmability in a compact package for a wide range of applications
Introducing two new single phase 1.5kW AC-DC power supplies that offer programmable constant voltage (CV) and constant c...
What happened to SELV? - Part 2
Find out what happened to SELV in this concluding part of our answer to this question.
What happened to SELV? - Part 1
Alan Hill explains what happened to the old IEC60950-1 SELV categorisation.
How do I choose the best power supply for a peak load?
Choosing a power supply for a peak load is complicated. Let this guide help to make it easier.
Wide 85-305VAC input AC-DC power supplies for embedded applications from 15W to 320W
The nine new series offer power levels from 15W to 320W
Why does my 10kV power supply have an isolation rating of 3.5kV?
In this video, Alan Hill looks at the relationship between the output voltage and isolation rating of a high voltage pow...
How does power supply noise get into the rest of my system?
Find the answer to a simple power supply noise question we regularly get asked.