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    New Medical Grade HXU6200NL Four Pair 30W Ethernet Magnetics

    by Pulse Networking Team

    Pulse Electronics Networking BU introduces a new Medical Grade HXU6200NL Four Pair 30W Ethernet Magnetics. The new part is qualified to UL 60601 making it a reliable choice for medical applications where equipment functionality and safety is of the utmost concern. In the fast-changing healthcare field, hospitals rely heavily on interconnected medical devices and systems as much as the medical professionals that utilize them.

    “Hospitals and imaging centers have strict regulatory guidelines in place to ensure patient safety as well as workflow productivity,” said Jonas Miller, WW Marketing Manager of Pulse Networking. “We’ve designed the HXU6200NL Ethernet Magnetics to meet the high-performance specifications required for medical applications requiring two means of operator protection (MOOP).””

     

    Medical Grade HXU6200NL Four Pair 30W Ethernet Magnetics Key Features and Benefits

    • UL60601 Qualified
    • 4P PoE 30W
    • Operating Temp. from -40C up to +85C
    • 3KVrms Voltage isolation
    • 4mm Creepage
    • 2.5mm Air Clearance
    • +12 years production support

     

    Medical Grade HXU6200NL Four Pair 30W Ethernet Magnetics Applications

    •  MRI Machine
    • Surgical Equipment
    • CPAP
    • Infusion Pumps
    • Dialysis equipment

     

    To view, compare and download datasheets for all connector and transformer module series components, you can utilize our Product Finder and enter the prefix of the part number. You can also head over to the HXU6200NL product page. To inquire about lead times, competitive pricing, samples and more, just contact us or use our browse our Product Finder, which you can get to by clicking on the button below.

     
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    Originally published . Updated August 14, 2018.