Distributed power supply for industrial computing introduced by Emerson

CARLSBAD, Calif., 14 Jan. 2010. 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.

Posted by John Keller

CARLSBAD, Calif., 14 Jan. 2010. 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 contact Emerson Network Power online at www.powerconversion.com.

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