Portable 150W AC/DC adapter
The MN101 AC/DC-adapter is designed for demanding military use and to be carried by the soldier. The AC/DC adapter is very easy to operate; it has no switches nor are other adjustments necessary. Maximum output load is 24Vdc/150W up to +30ºC ambient temperature and 24Vdc/120W between +30ºC and +55ºC. The AC/DC-adapter can be powered from a wide range of AC sources between nominally 100Vac and 240Vac for worldwide use.
150W AC/DC adapter MN101
- Rugged and compact design to withstand severe military conditions.
- Wide temperature range
- High reliability
- Aluminium enclosure
- Immersion Proof to 1m IP68/1m (no cooling fans or vent slots)
1.75-0.7A at 150W load
1.37-0.56A at 120W load
-40ºC/+30ºC: 24VDC / 6.25A / 150W
+30ºC/+55ºC: 24VDC / 5A / 120W
Dimensions: 86mm x 45.5mm x 210mm (WxHxL),
Weight: 1.25kg (ex. power cords)
Weight: 1.45kg (with typical cables and plugs)
Operating Temp: -40ºC to +55ºC
Storage Temp: -55ºC to +70ºC
Safety: EN 60950-1
EMC: EN 61000
For more information about the technical specification please contact NATEK.
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