Vicor releases new military power input

Vicor Corp. of Andover, Mass., is releasing the new MI-AIM AC input module that interfaces directly with AC mains to provide line recification, EMI filtering, transient protection, and inrush limiting in military electronic power systems. The 2.28-by-2.4-by-0.5-inch module operates from 115 volts AC and provides 250 watts of output power with 95 percent efficiency. The device meets CE102 conducted emissions requirements of MIL-STD-461D, the transient and spike requirements of MIL-STD-704A, is pr

Vicor Corp. of Andover, Mass., is releasing the new MI-AIM AC input module that interfaces directly with AC mains to provide line recification, EMI filtering, transient protection, and inrush limiting in military electronic power systems. The 2.28-by-2.4-by-0.5-inch module operates from 115 volts AC and provides 250 watts of output power with 95 percent efficiency. The device meets CE102 conducted emissions requirements of MIL-STD-461D, the transient and spike requirements of MIL-STD-704A, is produced under a quality system approved to MIL-I-45208, and meets the environmental test requirements of MIL-STD-810D. - J.K.

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