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TracoPower TXL 035-0512D 35W 5V 12V Dual Output Switch Mode Power Supply

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Brand: TracoPower  MPN: TXL 035-0512D 
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The TracoPower TXL 035-0512D is an encased dual output switch mode power supply designed for a wide range of cost critical applications. With a low profile metal case and screw terminal block connection, they are easy to install in any equipment.

This power supply has a universal input and complies with European EMC standards and the Low Voltage Directive (LVD).

  • Compact metal case with screw terminal block
  • Isolated outputs
  • EMI/EMC compliance with EN 61000-6-3 and EN 61000-6-1
  • Compliance to EN 61000-3-2 (PFC)
  • Short circuit and overvoltage protection
  • International safety approvals
  • 3-year product warranty
  • Connection:Screw terminals
  • Dimensions: 99(L) x 82(W) x 35(H)mm
  • Input voltage range: 85 - 264V AC
  • Number of outputs: 2
  • Output current 1: 4A
  • Output current 2: 1.5A
  • Output voltage 1: 5V
  • Output voltage 2: +12V
  • PFC: Yes
  • Power: 35W
  • Type (manufacturer type): TXL 035-0512DI

The maximum specified output power must not be exceeded.


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20 February 2018 Question by: PHie82 | Product code: 51-5862
Q. Hi Is this power supply suitable for running a Raspberry pi 3 on the 5v and Stereo Amp on the 12v at the same time. Raspberry Pi 3 Model B 1.2 GHz Quad Core 1GB RAM WiFi & Bluetooth Order Code: 75-0650 Rapid 10W Stereo Amplifier With Speakers Order Code: 70-0189
A. Hi PHie82, thank you for your question. This would not quite offer enough power for a Raspberry Pi as the manufacturer does state it requires 2.1 amps. A better option would be 58-5848.


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