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Haredata Electronics are delighted to announce that our manufacturing partner FRIWO has now been certified according to DIN ISO 13485 following an extensive audit by TUV Nord.
We provide world-class, high-quality charger technology from FRIWO and are your ideal solution for mobile applications. Our standard portfolio of chargers are extremely energy-efficient and use nickel and lithium battery technology, with a minimal stand-by loss.
With the new OF65 Medical Power Supplies line FRIWO offers highly efficient open-frame switch mode power supplies in standard industrial format of 4 x 2 x 1 inches.
In 1996 the USB 1.0 standard was introduced with a maximum data rate of 12 Mbit/s. In 2000 the USB 2.0 standard was specified with a data rate of 480 Mbps. This is still the most common version of USB in use (as of writing). In November 2008, the USB Implementers Forum introduced the specification for USB 3.0. In SuperSpeed mode, a maximum data rate of 5 Gbit/s is achieved with USB 3.0.
The "shelf-life" of an electronic device is significantly influenced by its aluminum electrolytic capacitors ("E capacitor"). This is what the analysis of shelf-life with its usual calculations of longevity and reliability initially has in common.
For easy installation and protection against vandalism. The FRIWO flush-mounted range of switch mode power supply units are extremely compact and highly efficient, with an optimum size for easy installation and mounting within the wall. With a maximum diameter of just 51mm, these units are ideal for installation in all standard flushmounted sockets and can be fully hidden in walls.
The statutory requirements have intensified over the years due to the technical progress. California published firstly statutory requirements by the California Energy Commission (CEC), then the EU followed with the Eco Design Directive 2009/125 / EC and finally there were limiting values for the entire US and many other countries. Based on these guidelines, the “International Efficiency Marking Protocol for External Power Supplies” has been developed, which allows a classification of the limiting values into so-called Efficiency Levels.
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