Advantech Advances Energy Efficiency with Power Supply Upgrade

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Advantech, a global embedded computing leader providing embedded platform solutions across multiple vertical markets, announces its new product line of 80 Plus Bronze Power Supplies; the new 300W~700W power supplies feature energy efficiency, and power savings. Complying with ErP Policy, up to 85% energy transition efficiency is achieved. Advantech has also designed an S5 sleep mode schema for motherboards; the standby power consumes less than 1W, reducing power consumption by 50%, which works well with the power supply to complete a power efficient system.

More Savings, More Environmental Protection

The Advantech, intelligent 80 Plus Bronze Power Supplies help fulfill the market demand for energy savings and carbon-footprint reducing products. This contributes to environmental protection as well as providing a very cost-effective product option. Furthermore, in use these power supplies stabilize electric current andoptimize power efficiency, which increases system life.

High-Performance Power Supplies for Advantech Industrial Computers

Under strict validation, the system equipped with 80 Plus Power Supplies operate in a wide range of temperatures (0 ~ 40° C), support both ATX & AT modes, are compatible with Advantech's boards and chassis, supporting a full range of rackmount and wallmount industrial system, and carrying UL, CB, CCC, TUV, and RoHS certification. The product line embraces Bronze PS/2 300, 400, 500, and 700W, and a 2-year warranty is provided. Now they are available for ordering, please contact your local sales office or visit Advantech website at for more product details.
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