HAHN Eco Design Transformers with P0 < 0.4W

EuP series 2013  transformers from HAHN
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Texim Europe recently introduced a series of eco design transformers, based upon the 2013 European Guideline on Energy using Products (EuP) from HAHN.

The EuP Series 2013 made by HAHN is ideal for use as Power supply for electrical and electronic household and office appliances with standby and off mode. Wherever you already need a reduced Power of P0 <0.4 W HAHN already now offers the EuP Series 2013 solutions.

The European Union has implemented an ambitious energy program (EuP) to address the security of its energy supply, as well as energy-related health and environmental issues.

EuP energy efficiency requirements require that standby electricity consumption be cut by almost 75% by 2020. By 2010, the standby power consumption of equipment in any condition has to be less than 1 Watt if the equipment is providing a reactivation function or 2 Watts if the equipment is providing a status/information function. These values will be lowered in 2013 to 0.4 Watt and 1 Watt respectively.


Features EuP series 2013
High capacity up to 2.8 VA
Secondary voltage 1x 12V or 2x 12V
Minimal sizes available
Test certifications to ENEC 10-, VDE, UL- and CSA-regulations
Absolutely short-circuit-proof
Vacuum encapsulated, bobbin with dual chamber windings
Temperature class ta 40°C/F and ta 70°C/F
High electrical safety and long service-life properties
Quality test certified per item
Excellent temperature fluctuation resistance properties
Self-extinguishing cast housing and sealing material


More info on:
http://www.texim-europe.com/...
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