Tumbler Technologies Now Offers New TSM500 Power Supply That Can Deliver 508.6W of Continuous Output Power Register ico-close ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

June 2019 — Santa Clara, California, USA — Tumbler Technologies + TRUMPower has launched a new series of low-profile, open-frame power supplies addressing the need for 500W solutions that support the medical sector. The new TSM500 series comes as an open frame PCB in a low profile 5” (L) by 3” (W) by 1.38” (H) and is able to deliver 508.6W of continuous output power with 25 CFM of user provided forced air cooling or 240W at convection cooling. It offers a single output of 12V, 15V, 19V, 24V, 30V, 36V or 48V at efficiencies up to 92%, model dependent. The power supply can withstand voltages of 4,000 VAC from input to output and 2,000 VAC from input to ground. The power supply unit is equipped with remote on/off capabilities and 5V standby and fan power with a no load power consumption of 1W typically. The series has an earth leakage current measuring 100µA maximum at 240 VAC, 60 Hz. Operating at a 90 to 264 VAC universal input, the series supports a wide range of environmental conditions including operating altitudes up to 5,000 meters and operating temperatures between -40°C to +70°C ambient, while derating linearly from 100% load at +50°C to 50% load at +70°C. The power supply ...

For Strex co-founders Brynn and Antoine McLeod, IBEX wasn’t just where they won their first award;

For Strex co-founders Brynn and Antoine McLeod, IBEX wasn’t just where they won their first award; it was their first trade show. Strex Fasteners came out with its boat-cover snaps two months ago, and the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference in October was the company’s first trade show. When Strex received an Innovation Award in the covering category, it was a huge deal for the upstart enterprise. “Especially coming from IBEX, which everyone in the marine industry knows and respects, it was incredibly important, and it gave us respectability right out of the gate,” says company co-founder Antoine Mcleod. Mcleod and his wife, Brynn, started the company after the cover on their pontoon boat started to shrink, making it difficult to install. They came up with the Strex Fastener System, which has bungee-style extensions on traditional snaps that a do-it-yourselfer can install, or that boatbuilders, dealers or canvas shops can use. They’re sold in packs of 10 and 50. Brynn Mcleod’s father, an engineer, helped perfect the product design; her mother made the in-booth displays. It’s not just newcomers like the Mcleods who see an IBEX Innovation Award as a potential bo...