Enargy Power's BM60 family of ultra-thin BladeAdapters power medical devices




Enargy Power announces the release of the new BM60 series of ultra-thin profile BladeAdapter for powering medical devices. Measuring just 127x65x22mm (5.0x2.56x0.87in), the enclosure is 34% thinner and has 28% less volume than typical 60W medical adapters currently available in the market.

Compliant with the new 4th Edition of IEC60601-1-2:2014, which becomes effective in February of 2016, the BM60 series meets the more severe EMC immunity requirements for Professional, Home Healthcare and Emergency Medical environments. Additionally, the products satisfy the new US Department of Energy LEVEL VI energy efficiency requirements with less than 200mW no load power consumption and average efficiencies from 89-92% on 12V output models and above.

The BM60 series operates over a universal input voltage range of 90-264Vac with DC outputs available from 5 to 53.5Vdc. In fact, the BM60 series with 11 standard output voltages represents the broadest portfolio available, including 5, 9, 12, 15, 18, 19, 24, 28, 36, 48 and 53.5V options. The adapters are specified for operation up to 60°C with derating.

A peak power rating of 90W for up to 1sec makes them particularly well suited for driving motors and pumps with highly capacitive and inductive loads, such as CPAP & BPAP breathing devices. Protection features includes OVP, OCP, OTP and short-circuit protection. All models have 4000V reinforced isolation and are IP22 waterproof rated.
Like Enargy’s existing MDA60 series, the BM60 products will be medically certified with 2xMOPP isolation; qualified to UL/IEC/EN60950-1, IEC60601-1, IEC/EN62368-1, GB4943, IEC 695-2-2 (UL94V-0) safety standards; and carry the CE and RoHS6 markings.

The units are shipped with an IEC320-C8, 2-wire AC line cord. A choice of standard DC output cables include 3-pin, 4-pin or barrel jack connectors, with custom and other connectors available upon request. All models are now available for sampling, with full production planned in December.

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