ENCLOSED POWER SUPPLIES
Enclosed frame power supplies for industrial and medical applications
Enclosed power supplies are generally used in industrial and often medical applications. The difference from open-frame power supplies is the addition of a closed frame, a plastic or metal case, to prevent exposure of the power supply components.
The main advantage of an enclosed frame power supply is the protection against shock and environmental damage, which provides additional safety for the system and the worker. In addition, to cope with overheating, power supplies with perforated cases for air passage are available on the market.
An enclosed power supply can be configured to the specifications best suited to the specific industrial use: AC/DC transformers and DC/DC converters are available in single or multiple output formats, in a variety of sizes, power output ranges, and IP ratings.
The Digimax range of enclosed power supplies: Mean Well and P-Duke distributors
Digimax offers a wide range of enclosed power supplies with high efficiency and reliability, with versatile power sources and standard technical features for various industrial and medical applications, guaranteed by the latest international safety regulations.
Digimax enclosed power supplies belong to the leading global brands including Mean Well and P-Duke: AC DC adapters and DC/DC converters with high performance, quality, and safety, with plastic or metal cases that protect sensitive parts from physical damage and environmental factors.
The range of Enclosed Digimax power supplies is mainly identified in the:
- Closed frame AC/DC and DC/DC converters, configurable for power, voltage, IP protection...;
- High power supplies for industrial use, from 2,000 Watts or 3,000 Watts up to 10,000 Watts;
- PCB-mount power supplies for printed circuit boards, with compact design and low power consumption;
- Highly configurable, high-performance modular power supplies, for medical applications;
- Switching power supplies with PFC (Power Factor Correction) technology, whereby the power factor is corrected to reduce unnecessary consumption, improving the efficiency of the electrical system.