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AC/DC Converters feature medically approved design.

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February 5, 2014 - Available in 1U open frame format measuring 5 x 3 x 1.4 in., 250 Watt MVAC250 Series and 400 Watt MVAC400 Series accommodate universal AC input voltage from 90–264 Vac with active power factor correction and active in-rush protection. Convection cooled units can deliver up to 170 W and 250 W, respectively, without forced airflow. Offering efficiency up to 94%, converters are suited for medical, telecom, data processing, test and measurement, traffic signal equipment, and power plant control.

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Future Electronics Offers New Medically Approved 250W AC/DC Converter from Murata Power Solutions

Press release date: February 3, 2014

Pointe Claire, Quebec – Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, offers availability of new, medically approved 250W AC/DC converters from Murata Power Solutions.

The MVAC250 and MVAC400 Series from Murata Power Solutions are new, medically approved 250W AC/DC converters offering high efficiency and convection cooling.

Murata's 250W MVAC250 package and Murata's industry leading MVAC400 400W package are both available in a standard 1U open frame format measuring just 127.00 x 76.20 x 35.56mm (5 x 3 x 1.4 inches). The MVAC250 and MVAC400 models accommodate the universal AC input voltage range from 90 to 264VAC with active power factor correction (PFC) and active in-rush protection.

These low profile power converters have significantly better convection cooled performance characteristics than other competing designs. The MVAC250 can deliver up to 170W and MVAC400 250W without the need for any forced air flow. This saves cost and reduces power packaging volume requirements. Removing cooling fans also allows designers to increase reliability and reduce system noise.

Featuring a 3 x 5 inches open frame standard footprint with efficiency up to 94%, along with convection cooled operation up to 170W for the MVAC250, and 250W for the MVAC400, as well as medical safety certification, UL60601-1 3rd edition, the MVAC250 and MVAC400 converters from Murata Power Solutions are ideal for a variety of application, including medical, telecom, data processing, test and measurement, transportation, traffic signal equipment, power plant control, mobile applications (MVAC250), and industrial factory automation.

To purchase product(s) or for more information about Murata Power Solutions, the MVAC250 Series, the MVAC400 Series, AC/DC Converters, active power factor correction, active in-rush protection, low profile, power converter, and power supply, as well as access to the world's largest available-to-sell inventory, visit www.FutureElectronics.com.

About Future Electronics
Future Electronics is a global leader in electronics distribution, ranking 3rd in component sales worldwide, with an impressive reputation for developing efficient, comprehensive global supply chain solutions. Founded in 1968, the company has established itself as one of the most innovative organizations in the industry today, with 5,000 employees in 169 offices in 44 countries around the world. Future Electronics is globally integrated, with one worldwide IT infrastructure providing real-time inventory availability and access, while enabling full integration of its operations, sales and marketing worldwide. Offering the highest level of service, the most advanced engineering capabilities and technical solutions through all stages of the design-production cycle, and the largest available-to-sell inventory in the world, Future's mission is always to Delight the Customer®. For more information, visit www.FutureElectronics.com.

Media Contact
Martin H. Gordon
Director, Corporate Communications
FUTURE ELECTRONICS
www.FutureElectronics.com
514-694-7710 (ext. 2236)
Fax: 514-630-2671
martin.gordon@FutureElectronics.com

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