Medical technology

PULS DIN rail power supplies for medical applications are IEC 60601-1 (3rd edition) certified, durable, continuously convection cooled and absolutely quiet.

In medical technology applications, the space for electronics is very limited. At the same time, special approvals and strict safety standards apply. For many manufacturers of medical devices, plug-in or panel-mount power supplies - mainly as a customer-specific solution - have so far been the only option. With the medical power supplies of the CP Series PULS offers an advanced alternative: users receive an efficient standard power supply that meets the highest technological standards and is permanently available from stock. The high industrial standard has many advantages.

Efficient, quiet and supports healing

Continuous convection cooling

Low heat losses make unreliable mechanical fans unnecessary. The noise generation is minimal, contributing to an environment that promotes healing.

Intuitive installation

Spring-clamp terminals permit easy wiring without tools.

High flexibility

The uncomplicated DIN rail assembly permits flexible positioning of the devices, and wall mounting is also possible as an alternative option.

High lifetime expectancy

The power supplies are exceptionally durable, making them ideally suited for many years of use in technical medical devices.

Maximum protection for patients and operators

IEC 60601-1, 3rd Edition

IEC 60601-1 formulates the requirements for electrical safety, in particular relating to protective measures for patients and operators.

2 MOPP (Means Of Patient Protection)

A duplicate measure for patient protection.

IEC 60601-1-2, 4th Edition

Product standard for the EMC test on medical devices or systems.

DIN-rail power supplies for 1-phase systems

Article Number
DC Output Range Power Input Dimension
WxHxD (mm)
Special Feature
new CP5.241-M1 24V 5A 24-28Vdc 120W AC 100-240V 32 124 102 For medical applications
CP10.241-M1 24V 10A 24-28Vdc 240W AC 100-240V | DC 110-150V 39 124 117 approved for medical applications