Safety products: Front end power supply from Tectrol

Utility safety: Tectrol 1U, 1800 watt, 48V front end power supply for PoE and ATCA applications.

Aug 12th, 2014
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Energy management: Tectrol announces the availability of its TFE-1800-48 1800 watt output power, 48VDC output front end power supply designed in a sub-1U horizontal package for integration into a Tectrol power shelf or other end-user system. The power supply includes secondary isolation from chassis >1500VRMS with output adjustable to 54VDC for PoE (Power over Ethernet) requirements and is suitable for ATCA (Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture) applications. This high reliability power supply features universal AC input, active PFC and I2C Interface for advanced status and control functions.

The Tectrol TFE-1800-48 offers a compact footprint of 1.60 in. x 4.00 in. x 11.00 in., provides full power output of 1800W over the range 180-264VAC and 1000W over the range 90-180VAC, and offers high efficiency of 85% minimum at 90 VAC.

Key features include full hot swap and blind-mate capability, N+1operation for high reliability deployments, droop share, enhanced I2C command, control and monitoring, a single “combined” connector, >1500VRMS Secondary isolation for PoE and ATCA applications, and optional fan speed control (FSC).

The TFE-1800-48 front end power supply features overload protection limited to 120% overload followed by latching shutdown after 2s. Over voltage protection on main output is 60V maximum, standby 110-120% of nominal and over temperature protection shut down in the event of operation in excessive temperature or blocked or failed airflow (with self-recovery).

The Tectrol TFE-1800-48 meets international safety standards including cTUVus EN60950-1 (pending), CE Mark (LVD) and emission standards EN55022 Class A, FCC 15 Sub Part J, Class A, VCCI Class 2

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