Power-One Achieves Titanium Efficiency Energy Conversion for Next Generation Server Power Supply

by | Sep 27, 2012 | IT, Technology News, UC

CAMARILLO, Calif., Sept. 27, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Power-One, Inc. (Nasdaq:PWER), a leading global manufacturer of renewable energy and energy-efficient power conversion and management solutions, announced the introduction of the TET750-12-054NA power supply. Utilizing proprietary Titanium Efficiency Technology, this is the first power supply from Power-One to be certified by 80 PLUS to Titanium efficiency, or greater than 96% efficient at 50% load. The world’s first Titanium efficiency power supply in a 54mm wide chassis, the TET750-12-054NA sets the standard for highly energy-efficient power supplies.

Providing a single 12 volt output at 750 watts of output power, the compact, 1U tall, TET750-12-054NA is designed for use in servers, networking and other redundant power applications. The TET750-12-054NA also includes a 3.3 volt standby supply and PMBus communication.

With the power supply designed at better than 96% efficiency, less energy is wasted within the server, and less energy is consumed in the overall cooling infrastructure. This is critical to the goal of increasing the power efficiency and reducing the overall carbon footprint of the data center.

“This was a unique collaboration between our design centers in Switzerland and China,” said Power-One Chief Technology Officer Alain Chapuis. “The extensive use of digital control and new energy saving circuit techniques has allowed us to achieve this unprecedented level of efficiency combined with a power density of 17.5 watts per cubic inch.”

If you are interested in details of this power supply, pricing information or any of Power-One’s industry leading high efficiency designs, please contact Charlie Swiontek at charlie.swiontek@power-one.com.

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