Emerson Network Power in Carlsbad, Calif., is introducing the DS760SL distributed power supply in a slimline form factor for space-constrained applications in server storage, industrial computing, and enterprise server racks. The power supply is rated for 748 watts of primary output power at 63.3 amps. It features a secondary 5 Vsb housekeeping output that provides 12 watts at 2.4 amps for powering standby circuitry. It accepts a wide operating input voltage of 90 to 264 volts. A 1U form factor gives the DS760SL a power density of more than 18 watts per cubic inch. It features opposite-side AC inputs and DC outputs and supports warm-swap installation, enhancing system-level serviceability. Designed to plug into equipment backplane or a power distribution unit, the DS760SL also supports parallel operation of as many as four power supplies. The DS760SL has a variable-speed smart fan, N+1 redundancy, and internal ORing controllers to minimize unplanned downtime. It offers an operating efficiency of approximately 91 percent at 230 volts AC (50 percent load) and delivers a demonstrated mean time between failures (MTBF) of more than 500,000 hours when used under normal operating conditions. For more information, visit Emerson Network Power online at www.powerconversion.com.