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A medical grade power source should be able to sustain 2 kV of voltage for 60 seconds. To reduce the chance of receiving an electric shock, this is crucial. Any equipment, but especially every medical device, must pass a risk analysis.
Medical-grade power supply manufacturers typically need to provide long-term support for their products. Consider the following factors when choosing a medical-grade power supply as they pertain to your application’s needs: Applications have a wide range of supply voltage needs.
To separate line voltage from internal voltage, medical grade power supplies contain extra parts. In order to transport energy from the mains to the internal circuits of the power supply, typically a 1 to 1 transformer with current and voltage cutoffs is employed.
Additional opto isolators on the power supply prevent any wired paths from connecting the external power to the internal side of the power supply.
The Global Medical grade power supply unit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
TT Electronics, a leading developer of tailored solutions for mission-critical applications, announced the release of the TAAM700, a new 700 watt enclosed power supply with a focus on medical applications. The TAAM700 is designed for thermally challenging settings and has a tiny footprint of 6.7 inches by 3.66 inches.
It offers 17.8W per cubic inch and a wide operating temperature range of 30°C to +70°C. With its small size and industry-leading power density, the TAAM700 is perfect for industrial and healthcare equipment that has limited space, like laser devices and robotics.
The TAAM700 is a significant addition to our already large line of medical power supplies, providing performance of 700 watts as opposed to the 650 watts offered by other manufacturers.
This extremely effective and reasonably priced power supply has a continuous output power of 625–700 watts, a remote ON/OFF function, an optional built-in current share, and BF certified outputs. The TAAM700 has received UL/EN/IEC 60601-1 approval. Each model complies with numerous standards, including UL, IEC, CE, UKCA, and the FCC PART 15 and EN55032 class B emission limitations.
Standard output voltages between 12VDC and 48VDC are provided by the TAAM700. For end system designs, these alternatives reduce compliance risk, make design-in simpler, and accelerate time to market because they are fully certified to all applicable safety and EMC standards.
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