SL Power to show their latest power solutions at International Test Conference 2014



SL Power Electronics, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of superior performance AC/DC power supplies, announced that it will have its comprehensive line of highly efficient power supply solutions for test & measurement applications on display during the International Test Conference (ITC) in booth number 210. The event will be held October 21 – 23 2014, at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington

During the three-day show, SL Power executives will discuss with attendees the company’s specifically designed power solutions for electronic test, communications test and automated test equipment. Products on display will include:

TU425 Series: SL Power's new 425 watt, single output AC/DC internal power supply addresses the unique needs of all types of test equipment. These include oscilloscopes, analyzers, test boards, chromatography mass detectors as well as industrial process control systems that require clean, reliable power for the highest level of performance. Offering up to 90 percent efficiencies, the TU425 meets high levels of EMC per EN61000-4,

CINT Family: SL Power’s CINT 1175 and 1275 internal power supplies offer the highest power density as well as 88 to 92 percent efficiencies. Meeting Class B requirements for conducted emissions and Class A standards for radiated emissions, these highly efficient power supplies offer the highest convection rating of 120W in small 2”X4” footprint and 180W in a 3”X5” package. The CINT models measure under 1U in height and feature wide-range input for worldwide applications. In addition, these models meet CSA/EN/IEC/UL60950-1, 2nd Edition requirements and have a very high mean time between failures (MTBF).

SL Power offers the highest convection power rating in the industry as well as unmatched performance in Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) protection. SL Power’s advanced technology brings differentiating feature sets for improved testing.

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