High isolation AC/DC modules for IoT and industrial automation

| June 19, 2019

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Recoms newest addition to its low power AC/DC portfolio includes durable modules with full certifications for household and ITE applications. Their 4kV isolation, 150% peak power capability and -40° C to +90° C operating temperature make them suitable for a wide range of operating conditions. The RAC04-K/277 series delivers an uncompromising 4 watts of continuous output power in harsh environments worldwide with up to 5000m altitude. The modules deliver full load output power from -40° C to 75° C across the entire input range of 80VAC to 305VAC and are certified for operation with power derating up to 90° C air ambient.

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