Nanopoint introduces 1500W Power Supply Units

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{image-tagan logo12_28032008.jpg www.oneindia.com}Mumbai, March 28: Nanopoint Technology Inc. has launched its TAGAN TG1500-U33 1500 watt high-end, non redundant power supply system (PSU) designed for use in entry-level server and gaming systems. The PSU supports 12V version 2.2 and EPS version 2.92 for ATX, µATX, BTX and other standard case specifications and meets regulatory requirements for energy hazards in the 240VA entry-level server subsystems category.

Based on the PS/2 PSU form factor and developed using patented Tagan technology, the TAGAN TG1500-U33 1500 watt PSU supports 10 power outputs (3.3V, 5V, 12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4 ,12V5, 12V6, -12V,+5VSB) with certain enclosure lengths pre-defined. Additionally, connector/cable assemblies are required for motherboard and peripheral power. Due to its connector leads, this power supply is not intended to be of the hot swap type variety.

To prolong the fan"s life cycle on the TAGAN TG1500-U33 1500 watt PSU, a thermostatic circuitry continuously monitors fan speed and keeps it under prescribed power supply operating temperatures. This state-of-art 1500W PSU also incorporates universal power input with active power factor correction, which reduces line harmonics in accordance with the EN61000-3-2 and JEIDA MITI standards. The AC input connector is an /IEC 320 C-14/ power inlet that is rated for 16 A/250 VAC. The power supply operates accurately at 85 VAC input voltage to guarantee proper design margins.

In order for the 1500W PSU to work flawlessly in exacting customer environments, power protection circuits have been built in to help shutdown only the PSU"s main outputs in the event of power distortion or voltage overflow/underflow.

"Tagan is once again setting new benchmarks in PSU features&performance," says Vincent Chen, CEO of Tagan Technology Co. "We are confident that this product line will further expand our already strong technology and market leadership positions in the high end PSU market," he added.


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