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Available from Haredata Electronics, our Open Frame power supplies are a part of a family of high performance 100W Open Frame AC/DC power supplies specifically designed to meet energy saving eco-design standards. Fabricated on a miniature 4 x 2 inch PC board, they offer a unique combination of high power density, robust performance and economy.
Haredata Electronics is proud to introduce their smallest universal USB power supply unit on the market. As USB fast becomes the portable electronics industry standard, more and more companies are turning to the versatility of a USB-socket power supply. A quick browse of the internet brings up hundreds of cheap USB power supplies.
The 3rd edition of the Medical directive for low voltage power supplies became mandatory in June 2012.
At the annual international sales Meeting, Haredata Electronics were awarded FRIWO outstanding design in award for 2012.
It is with great pleasure to announce that Haredata Electronics has won the Friwo 2010 Outstanding Global Distributor of the year award!!!
Due to continued business expansion, Haredata Electronics relocated to new larger distribution premises at the beginning of 2011.
Adding to the range of international mains plug options for our GPP range of power supplies, we now have available new options to make your products available to more specific countries. We can now supply interchangeable mains plugs for Argentina, China, India, Korea & Brazil.
With their new chargers GPP18 and GPP36 Haredata not only offer charging of NiMH/NiCd or Li-Ion cells but also the new chemistry of LiFePO4 (lithium iron phosphate cells). These chargers use the 'automatic power balance' method (patent pending) which ensures optimal charging of the batteries.
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