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Input Output
Over Volt. Capacitive
Model Effi ciency
Number Current (A) Voltage Current Power Protection Load (%, Typ)
(VDC) (A Max.) (W) (VDC) (µF, Max)
115 VAC 230 VAC
MPM-10SV-03 0.26 0.16 3.3 2.00 6.60 7.5 26,000 70
MPM-10SV-05 0.26 0.16 5.0 2.00 10.0 7.5 9,400 76
MPM-10SV-09 0.26 0.16 9.0 1.10 10.0 12.0 3,600 78
MPM-10SV-12 0.26 0.16 12.0 0.90 10.0 20.0 2,400 80
MPM-10SV-15 0.26 0.16 15.0 0.70 10.0 20.0 1,200 81
MPM-10SV-24 0.26 0.16 24.0 0.45 10.0 30.0 370 82
Notes: 5. All units are rated for EN 55022 (CE/RE) class B without
1. Operation at no load will not damage the units, however, they external components.
may not meet all specifi cations. 6. All units are rated for EN 61000-4-4 (±2 kV) with the addi- MPD offers a wide variety of input protection and
2. Load regulation is measured for an output change of 10% to tion of the MOV shown in the typical connection below. They fi ltering modules for use with our AC & DC power
100% at nominal input line. will meet EN 61000-4-4 (±4 kV) with the additional input modules. The MACFM-02A may be used with
3. When measuring output ripple, it is recommended that an components shown in the typical connection diagram shown
on page 3. the MPM-10SV, as shown on page. Full data-
external 0.1 µF high frequency ceramic capacitor be placed
7. All units are rated for EN 61000-4-5 (±1 kV/±2 kV) with the addi- sheets for all our input modules are available on
in parallel with a 47 µF high frequency electrolytic capacitor
tion of the MOV shown in the typical connection below. They will
from the +VOUT pin to the -VOUT pin. meet EN 61000-4-5 (±2 kV /±4 kV) with the input components our website, or call the factory for a more help.
4. The max lead temp for wave soldering is ±5% for a time shown in the typical connection diagram on page 3.
period of 5 to 10S. For hand soldering, it is ±10% for 3 to 5S. 8. It is recommended that a fuse be used on the input of a power
supply for protection. For the MPM-10SV-xx series, a
2.0A/300 VAC slow blow should be used.
Typical Connection















The diagram above illustrates a typical application connection of the MPM-10SV series. Notes on this circuit (starting with the input circuit) are:
1. It is recommended that an external fuse and NTC be used. The meet EN 61000-4-5 (±2 kV /±4 kV) with the input components Model TVS
recommended fuse is a 1.0A/300 VAC slow blow. shown in the typical connection diagram on page 3. C1 C2
2. All units are rated for EN 55022 (CE/RE) class B without external 5. If output noise levels lower than the specifi ed limits are required, MPM-10SV-03 1.0 µF/50V 470 µF/10V SMBJ7.0A
components. the addition of C1 and C2 should be suffi cient for most applications. MPM-10SV-05 1.0 µF/50V 330 µF/10V SMBJ7.0A
3. All units are rated for EN 61000-4-4 (±2 kV) with the addition of The recommended values are shown in the table at right. The MPM-10SV-09 1.0 µF/50V 120 µF/25V SMBJ12A
the MOV shown in the typical connection above. They will meet output fi ltering capacitor C2 is a high frequency, low resistance
EN 61000-4-4 (±4 kV) with the additional input components electrolytic capacitor. Capacitor C1 is ceramic. Voltage derating MPM-10SV-12 1.0 µF/50V 120 µF/25V SMBJ20A
shown in the typical connection diagram shown on page 3. of capacitors should be 80% or above. MPM-10SV-15 1.0 µF/50V 120 µF/25V SMBJ20A
4. All units are rated for EN 61000-4-5 (±1 kV/±2 kV) with the addi- 6. The TVS is added to protect circuits being powered from damage MPM-10SV-24 1.0 µF/50V 68 µF/35V SMBJ30A
tion of the MOV shown in the typical connection above. They will if the module fails.

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