China CCC certified Power Supply in Desktop configuration rated 90W certified to GB4943.2-2001 GB9254-2008 GB17625.1-2003, suitable for Tropical Environments. GT-41133-T3(A) Series.
Continuing to pursue its commitment to quality products and service, GlobTek, a world-class provider of power supplies and power electronic solutions, now has updated China CCC certificates and reports for GT-43006-T2 –T3(A) Series to latest GB4943.2-2001 GB9254-2008 GB17625.1-2003 CCC standards as well as the newly required GB4943.1-2011 which declares the product suitable for tropical climates.
The universal input switching power supply model series GT-41133-T3(A) is a desktop power supply with input from 90-264VAC 50-60Hz and factory configurable outputs from 5V to 48VDC outputs and a max power of 90W continuous output.
The low leakage, low ripple, and high efficiency design is suitable for most applications requiring DC power and common applications include medical devices, portable equipment and instruments, VOIP Phones and telecom equipment, and as a power source for Li-Ion battery chargers.
Customized enclosure colors, housing designs, output cord types and lengths, as well as customized packaging available upon request.
The power supply can be supplied with customer designated output plugs, many of which are stocked at GlobTek New Jersey USA and Suzhou China locations.
The power supplies comply with IEC 60950-1 2nd edition or IEC60601-1 3rd edition and have certifications by UL (North America), C-Tick (Australia/New Zealand), Iram (Argentina), BSMI (Taiwan), CB (Worldwide), CCC (China), Demko (Europe), eK (Korea), NRCAN (Canada), Spring (Singapore), SIQ (Europe), Gost (Russia), and UkrSEPRO (Ukraine). They also comply with Canadian Nrcan efficiency requirements as well as FCC/VCC/CE emc requirements.
Made in USA option available.
50W External Class 2 UL 1310 Certified power supply meets requirements to be used in Plenum, Model GT-2S5024D-R
GlobTek’s model GT-2S5024D-R has been specifically designed for us and is Suitable for use in environmental air space in accordance with Section 300.22.C of the National Electrical Code, and Sections 2-128, 12-010(3) and 12-100 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, C22.1.
A plenum is considered to be an area that has not specifically been fabricated for air handling purposes, such as a duct, but does in fact handle or convey environmental air. The most common type of plenum is the area above a suspended grid-type ceiling when designed so that return air is pulled through the above-ceiling space and recirculated into the supply air system.