LCM1500 Series

1500 W Bulk Front End

The Artesyn Embedded Technologies LCM1500 provides a low cost solution to Industrial and Medical single output high power requirements. Full featured, the 2.4" x 5" x 10" enclosed form factor utilizes a smart fan for self contained thermal management at very low acoustic noise levels. Digital DSP control allows for a high level of modification flexibility. Voltage output for the series ranges from 10.8V - 52.8V at a continuous output power of 1500W. The LCM1500 also provides an optional 5V standby and many optional I/O configurations.
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LCM1500 Datasheet(s)

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  • Total Max Power:
    1,500 W
  • Total Max Current:
    133 A
  • Input Voltage:
    90 V to 264 V
  • Output Voltage:
    52.8 V
  • Outputs:
    Single
  • Size (L x W x H):
    10.000" x 5.000" x 2.400"
  • Warranty:
    3 years
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to +70°C

Electrical Specifications

  • Input
  • Output
  • Other
  • Hold-up Time: 20 mSec
  • Power Factor: 0.99 Typical
  • Inrush Currect: <= 25A Peake
  • Frequency: 47 - 440 Hz
  • Input Range: 90-264 VAC
  • Leakage: <0.3mA at 264 VAC
  • Efficiency: >89% TYP
  • Adjust Range: +/- 10%
  • Over Voltage Protection: 125% to 145% of rated output
  • Over Current Protection: 105% to 125% of rated output
  • Current Share: Forced to within 10%
  • Max Units in Parallel: 10
  • Noise (P-P): 1% max
  • Total Regulation: +/- 2.0%
  • Fan Noise: <45dBA, 80% load 30C, off with inhibit
  • 1500 Watts output power with no derating
  • Low cost
  • 12 Watts per cubic inch
  • Industrial/Medical Safety Approvals
  • Latest CCC approvals (5000m)
  • -40 °C to 70 °C with derating
  • Optional 5V @ 2A housekeeping
  • High efficiency: 89% typical
  • Variable speed smart fans
  • DSP controlled
  • Conformal coat option
  • 10% adjustment range
  • Remote margin programming
  • OR-ing FET
  • EMI Class B
  • RoHS 2

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