Class 2 Power Supply?


Class 2 power supply is classification of power that refers to (NEC), which stands for National Electric Code. The output of this power supply is limited to 60VDC or 100VA, and 100W in an AC-DC power supply.
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What Is the Definition for a Class 2 Power Supply?
Power supplies for electronics are available in three classifications. Each group has specific power limits for alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC). The type and strength of power required for an electronic device determines which of the... More »
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