TT Electronics launches high density Protek Power N3 desktop power supplies

High efficiency, high power density AC-DC power supplies give OEMs a smaller option to complement compact designs

Woking, UK, 4 December 2019 –  TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, has announced the launch of the new Protek Power N3 Series, further enhancing the company’s ability to deliver high efficiency AC-DC power solutions to international standards. Optimised for products requiring a high performance yet compact power supply, the N3 Series supports OEMs with high power density in a slimline option that is smaller than competing alternatives.

The N3 Series offers eight options between 15 to 330 Watts of continuous output power.. Enclosed in a 94V-0 rated polycarbonate case, all N3 Series models meet EN55032 and FCC Class B emission limits, are designed for ITE applications, and are certified to UL, CSA, IEC and CE standards. In addition, the N3 Series is approved to the latest EN62368-1 safety standard, and EU CoC EPS V5 Tier 2 efficiency standard.

“The Protek brand is established and trusted in the power supply sector, especially in medical where reliability and safety are critical requirements. We are delighted to hold exclusive rights to take the Protek brand to market in North America and the UK, including the launch of the new N3 power supply series,” commented Frank Rene, Managing Director of TT Electronics, responsible for the Power Partners brand, the North American power supply business acquired by TT Electronics in March 2019.

Protek Power, an FSP Group company, specialises in AC-DC power supplies focused on medical and industrial/commercial grade power supply conversion products.

For further information or to place an order for the Protek Power N3 Series please contact Stontronics, TT Electronics’ power supply brand serving UK/Europe or Power Partners, TT Electronics’ power supply brand serving the USA.

Click here for images of the Protek Power N3 Series.

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