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  • Product description: Cosuper medical power supply
The medical power supply is an energy source that has to possess properties that need to meet the necessary standards for medical use in a hospital or residential home. The worldwide ES/IEC/EN 60601-1 3rd Ed. standard provides us with guidelines, which are more stringent compared to guidelines for commercial or industrial appliances. Higher safety standards and lower electromagnetic interference are required.

The medical device industry has become an area of rapid growth and innovation over the past decade as major shifts in global demographics continue to push healthcare standards higher.  To support these needs, Cosuper focus on the development of medical power supplies that are optimized to deliver leading efficiencies and densities, while also addressing the stringent quality, regulatory, and product life cycle requirements inherent in the medical industry. In doing so we allow our customers to meet the growing demand for smaller, more efficient medical products.

Due to the improvement of medical standards, more and more advanced medical equipment is widely used in various medical situations. Because of the special nature of medical equipment, as an important part of it, medical power supplies have more stringent requirements than other power products. Currently, medical devices are more commonly used as switching power supplies. With the development of electronic technology, the switching power supply not only greatly reduces the size, but also reduces the weight, and also greatly reduces the energy consumption and improves the reliability. It can be said that the development of medical power has also greatly promoted the development of medical equipment.

Today, most medical power supplies are digitally controlled, which reduces the number of parts and increases flexibility. In terms of key technologies, medical power supplies now use new semiconductors, which reduce RDS (on-resistance) while reducing gate charge/capacitance, making switching faster, and the benefits of digital control are reduced cost and increased yield. Reduce the number of parts to increase reliability and flexibility, and add new features to add as much value as possible.

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