Configurable Power from Delta is Childs Play

by | May 14, 2020 | Delta, Industrial, Medical, Press release

Delta Electronics offer 2 versions of their MEG-A configurable power system, one with a max power level of 1200W and the other at 2100W.

The MEG-A series feature high efficiencies along with a high power density of up to 27W/inch³.They can be configured by 3 types of modules with max. outputs of 240W, 300W and 1200W respectively. There are 4 different power frames that can accommodate 1 to 9 slots depending on the selected power module(s) to create power outputs from 16.5W~3000W. Output voltages can be configured up to 60V by use of Delta’s simple to use GUI interface through USB communication (PMbus/RS232/RS485). This means that engineers can focus on the end-device design, instead of developing the power supply themselves, to increase product development efficiency and achieve faster time-to-market.

The MEG-1K2A4 has 4 user configurable slots, operates on input voltages of between 90V to 264V with a maximum power of 1200W

The MEG-2K1A6 has 6 user configurable slots, operates on input voltages of between 90V to 264V with a maximum power of  2100W

Examples of typical modules

Features

  • Up to 21.6W/inch³ Power Density for 1.2KW version
  • Up to 26.4W/inch³ Power Density for 2.1KW version
  • Full Power up to 50°C Ambient
  • Up to 500kHrs MTBF
  • 2xMOPP Isolation for Medical Application
  • Output selectable from 2V to 60V
  • Current sharing
  • Class B Conducted and Radiated EMI
  • IEC60601-1-2 4th edition immunity compliance
  • Normal and Reversed Option for Global Remote On/Off
  • Analog and Digital Voltage Trimming
  • PMBus Ver 1.3 Supported
  • Intelligent Fan Speed Control
  • Optional RS485/RS232/USB Communication Adapters
  • PC GUI for easy parameter setting and monitoring

 

The Data sheet for the MEG-A series and application notes are downloadable below, please contact our product specialists for assistance in product selection and technical support on your requirements.

 

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