Edison, NJ, Sept.10, 2013 – Fuji Electric Corp. of America, a global leader in power solutions continues to expand it’s standard product line by introducing the FH2640U1, a high power state of the art, 12V, 2640 watt front-end in a 1U form factor. This design from Fuji Electric's worldwide technical team uses the latest DSP technology to provide a higher level of efficiency, density, and control for systems that use distributive power architecture in applications like data processing, network storage and datacom equipment.
The FH2640U1 is a 12V power supply that provides 2640 watts from 180-264VAC. The power supply operates at an efficiency of 94% @ 50% load and carries an 80 Plus Platinum rating. This design offers a power density of 26 watts/cu/in at 2640 watts in a chassis size of 1.61”(41mm) high by 3.94”(100mm) wide by 15.75”(400mm) deep. Standard design features include, AC input over-voltage and under voltage protection, variable fans, DC output over voltage, over-current and short –circuit protection, remote sense, remote ON/OFF and over temperature protection. All features and operating conditions have been DVT verified to resulting in a MTBF rating exceeding 500,000 hrs.
This power supply employs active power factor correction to minimize input harmonic current distortion to ensure compliance with the international EN61000-3-2 standard. The FH2640U1 is designed with an I2C serial bus and industry standard PSMI compliant for monitoring and control during operation and has safety certifications from UL/cUL, CB and CE.
About Fuji Electric Corp. of America
Fuji Electric Corp. of America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., and has been responsible for sales and distribution of the company's products since 1970. Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. has been developing power electronics equipment since 1923, and is a global leader in industrial products ranging from semiconductors; standard and custom, AC/DC and DC/DC switching power supplies; power generation equipment; AC drives; and electric vehicle charging stations. For more information please visit www.americas.fujielectric.com or follow us on Twitter @FujiElectricFEA.