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NEW PRODUCT
PRESS RELEASE

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Date: May 11, 2001

Contact: Ron Storm Vice President Sales & Marketing

NEW   Aerospace, Shipboard, Groundbase, Transportation Power Supply

BEHLMAN (Hauppauge, NY) has introduced the DCS200 series AC to DC and DC to DC, Ruggedized, High Efficiency, Airborne Display Power Supply.

The DCS200 features a choice of Power Factor Corrected, 85-265 VAC at 47-440 Hz; Auto-ranging, Universal AC input or DC inputs to produce a regulated DC output of 2.1V, 3.3V, 5V, 8V, 12V, 15V, 24V or 28 VDC. Other voltages available upon request. The DCS200 has inrush current limiting and includes short circuit, over current , thermal and over voltage protection and operates at 100 degrees C base plate temperature. The power supplies are designed to meet MIL STD 461, MIL STD 704, MIL STD 810, MIL-S-901-Shock, MIL STD 167-Vibration and RTCA/DO-160 specifications. These power sources are designed to be used in "COTS" Military applications as well as high end Industrial applications.

Prices start at approximately $1,000 with delivery of 30 days.

 

BEHLMAN is a world class manufacturer of AC Power Supplies, Frequency Converters, Inverters, Converters, Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), and custom AC, DC and High Voltage Power Supplies offering power solutions to meet the most demanding applications.

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Newbury Park, CA 91320
TEL (800) 456-2006 - (805) 375-7046
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