C300 Test Data

Sample Test Data
C Series C300
300 W Four Module Multi-Output Power Supply
Table of Contents
General Description
Test Circuit
The C Series are flexible multi-output power supplies that
enable simple combination of various modules.
Features and Benefits
1
Figures
3
Tables
8
Important Information
• High reliability with low noise and low leakage current
• Medical and information equipment approval to
UL60950-1, C-UL, EN60950 and EN60601-1 3rd
• Higher withstand voltage and lower leakage current
• OCP, OVP and OHP, remote sensing, control, and alarm
(AC power fail, fan alarm, and low output)
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Sample Test Conditions
Input Voltage, VIN
Min.
(V)
Nom.
(V)
85
100
Max.
(V)
240
264
Load Current, ILOAD
Min.
(A)
Nom.
(A)
Max.
(A)
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–
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Sample Test Circuit Diagram
4
5
7
A
W
A
6
1
Load
C1
Power
Supply
...
V
3
8
2
A
Load
C1
Key
Description
Remarks
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Measuring instrument
Output voltage is measured with a digital multimeter
1
Variable autotransformer
–
2
Isolation transformer
–
3
Circuit breaker
–
4
Ammeter
–
5
Watt meter
–
6
Volt meter
–
7
Ammeter
–
8
Shunt resistor
–
Load capacitor
Electrolytic capacitor: 47 μF
Film capacitor: 0.1 μF
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List of Figures
1. Input Current
2. Power Factor
3. Efficiency
4. Inrush Current
5. Inrush Current
3
3
4
4
5
6. Leakage Current
7. Start-Up Time
8. Hold-Up Time
9. Conduction Noise 100 V / 250 W
10. Conduction Noise 240 V / 300 W
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6
6
7
7
List of Tables
1. Input Characteristics
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Input Current
Input Power
Power Factor
Efficiency
Inrush Current
Leakage Current
Hold-Up Time
2. Environment Tests
3. Noise Tolerance Characteristics
8
AC Line Noise
Lightning Surge
Electrostatic Discharge
4. Other Characteristics
9
Withstand Voltage
Leakage Current at Withstand Voltage
Insulation Resistance
8
Vibration (Non-Operating)
Power-On at High Temperature
Power-On at Low Temperature
Shock
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Figures
Figure 1. Input Current
(By Load Current)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
85 to 264 VAC
250 W at 85 to 132 V
300 W at 180 to 264 V
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
4.00
Input Current(A)
3.50
3.00
Vin=85V
2.50
Vin=100V
2.00
Vin=132V
1.50
Vin=180V
1.00
Vin=240V
0.50
Vin=264V
0.00
25%
50%
75%
Load Rate(%)
100%
Figure 2. Power Factor
(By Load Current)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
85 to 264 VAC
250 W at 85 to 132 V
300 W at 180 to 264 V
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
1.02
Power Factor
1.00
0.98
Vin=85V
0.96
Vin=100V
0.94
Vin=132V
Vin=180V
0.92
Vin=240V
0.90
Vin=264V
0.88
25%
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75%
Load Rate(%)
100%
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Figure 3. Efficiency
(By Load Current)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
85 to 264 VAC
250 W at 85 to 132 V
300 W at 180 to 264 V
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
90
Efficiency(%)
85
Vin=85V
80
Vin=100V
Vin=132V
75
Vin=180V
Vin=240V
70
Vin=264V
65
25%
50%
75%
Load Rate(%)
100%
Figure 4. Inrush Current
(By Input Voltage)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
100 to 240 VAC
250 W at 120 V
300 W at 240 V
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Cold start
35
Inrush Current(A)
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
100
240
Input Voltage(V)
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Figure 5. Inrush Current
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
VIN =240 V
300 W
TA = 25°C
Remarks
10 A /div., time = 2 ms /div.
29 A
0A
Figure 6. Leakage Current
(By Load Current)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
100 to 240 VAC
250 W at 100 V
300 W at 240 V
TA = 25°C
Remarks
R = 1.5 kΩ, C = 0.15 μF
0.12
0.10
0.08
0.06
0.04
0.02
0.00
100
240
Input Voltage(V)
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Figure 7. Start-Up Time
(By Input Voltage)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
85 to 264 VAC
250 W at 85 to 132 V
300 W at 180 to 264 V
TA = –20°C to 50°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
Start - Up Time(ms)
1,000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
Ta=- 20°C
Ta=25°C
Ta=50°C
85
100
132
180
Input Voltage(V)
240
264
Figure 8. Hold-Up Time
(By Load Rate)
Input Voltage
Output
Temperature
100 to 240 VAC
250 W at 100 V
300 W at 240 V
TA = –20°C to 50°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
Hold up Time(ms)
300
200
Ta=- 20°C Vin=100V
Ta=- 20°C Vin=240V
Ta=25°C Vin=100V
100
Ta=25°C Vin=240V
Ta=50°C Vin=100V
Ta=50°C Vin=240V
0
25%
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75%
Load Rate(%)
100%
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Figure 9. Conduction Noise 100 V / 250 W
Output
Temperature
VIN =100 V
250 W
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
RFI Voltage (dBμV)
Input Voltage
Frequency (MHz)
Figure 10. Conduction Noise 240 V / 300 W
Output
Temperature
VIN =240 V
300 W
TA = 25°C
Remarks
Configuration: C150S05, C150S12, and two C130X24
RFI Voltage (dBμV)
Input Voltage
Frequency (MHz)
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Tables
Table 1. Input Characteristics
(At TA = 25°C)
Test Item
Conditions
VIN
ILOAD
Test Results
VIN = 100 V
VIN = 240 V
Specification
Remarks
Input Current
Nom
Nom
3.1 A
1.5 A
–
3.7 A/ 2.0 A
Figure 1
Input Power
Nom
Nom
310 W
360 W
–
–
–
Power Factor
Nom
Nom
0.994
0.986
–
–
Figure 2
Efficiency
Nom
Nom
82.6%
85.5%
–
–
Figure 3
Inrush Current
Nom
Nom
12 A
29 A
–
20 A/ 40 A
Figure 4
0.30 mA/
0.50 mA
Figure 6
10 ms
Figure 8
Specification
Remarks
Frequency = 10 to 55 Hz, Sweep Cycle = 3 minutes, Acceleration =
19.6 m/s2, Direction = x,y, and z axes at 60 minutes per axis
Normal
operation
–
Leakage Current
Hold-Up Time
Nom
Nom
0.03 mA
0.10 mA
R = 1.5 kΩ,
C = 0.15 μF
–
Nom
–
–
74 ms at TA = 25°C
Table 2. Environment Tests
(At TA = 25° C)
Test Item
Conditions
Test Results
VIN
ILOAD
–
–
Power-On at High
Temperature
Nom
Max
Power-off for 1 hour at 65°C, then power-on
Normal
operation
–
Power-On at Low
Temperature
Nom
Max
Power-off for 1 hour at –15°C, then power-on
Normal
operation
–
–
–
Product is dropped from a height of 50 mm (98 m/s2 ) onto a flat surface of
wood (10 mm or thicker); the test is performed three times on each edge
of the bottom side of the product
Normal
operation
–
Specification
Remarks
Vibration
(Non-Operating)
Shock
Table 3. Noise Tolerance Characteristics
(At TA = 25° C)
Test Item
AC Line Noise
(50 to 1000 ns)
Lightning Surge
(1.2 × 50 μs)
Electrostatic Discharge
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Test Results
VIN
ILOAD
Min to
Max
Min to
Max
Line to Line ±2.2 kV OK
L–L
2.0 kV
–
Min to
Max
Min to
Max
Line to Frame Ground ±2.2 kV OK
L–FG
2.0 kV
–
Nom
Min to
Max
Line to Line ±2.4 kV OK
L–L
2.0 kV
–
Nom
Min to
Max
Line to Frame Ground ±2.4 kV OK
L–FG
2.0 kV
Min to
Max
Min to
Max
±8.4 kV OK at R = 330 Ω, C = 150 pF
6.0 kV
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Table 4. Other Characteristics
(At TA = 25° C)
Test Item
Conditions
VIN
ILOAD
Test Results
P–S
P–E
S–E
Specification
P–S: 4.0 kV for 1 minute
P–E: 2.0 kV for 1 minute
2.4 kV for 1 second
S–E: 500 V for 1 minute
600 V for 1 second
Remarks
Withstand Voltage
–
–
4.0 kV
2.4 kV
0.6 kV
Leakage Current at
Withstand Voltage
–
–
2.29 mA
1.65 mA
1.71 mA
≤ 15 mA
–
Insulation Resistance
–
–
≥ 1000 MΩ
≥ 1000 MΩ
≥ 1000 MΩ
≥ 100 MΩ
at 500 VDC Megger
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installation in equipment. Be sure to use the products only for installation in equipment.
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