REGULATED AC POWER CONVERTER
115V/400Hz to 0-115V/400Hz Electroluminescent Lamp Power Supply
The FD15 is a pulse width modulated AC to AC power converter that provides regulated 0 to 115 Vac 400 Hz power up to 1.3 amperes for EL panel lighting . The FD15 will power approximately 750 in² to 1000 in² area of a EL panel.
The output voltage is varied by a slider voltage 0-5 Vdc applied at pin E from an external potentiometer 10K ohm 1/2 watt to ground or directly from a 0-5 Vdc voltage source applied to pin E.
An internal trim pot is provided to adjust the output voltage ±10% at its full clockwise position of the external pot.
Circuit protection includes low input voltage shutdown, soft start, high input voltage shutdown, output over voltage limit and output short circuit current limit.
115 Vac 400 Hz nom., 105 to 125 Vac
95 Vac to 130 Vac (Abnormal Range)
.73 Amps typ at 150VA EL load at 115V
0-115 Vac 400 Hz regulated
0-1.3 Amps continuous
400 Hz ± 2%
3% typ at 75VA & 7% typ at 150VA
Zero to -0.2 leading (capacitive)
7% for load, 3% for line and 3% for temperature
Output 0-115 Vac is controlled by a 0-5 Vdc voltage from the slider of an external 10K ohm pot or directly from a 0-5 Vdc voltage source
The output is isolated from the input
150% output power for 5 min.
Withstands without damage or degradation a load exceeding 150°/O (-.2pf) to an output short circuit. Unit delivers rated output power upon removal of the overload condition
Under a output short circuit condition, the input current folds back and the output current is limited to a safe value
Output voltage is limited to 145 Vac maximum
Minimum soft start delay of 100 mSec at full load is provided during an application of step input voltage to reduce output in rush current to the EL panel.
Output shuts down when the voltage is below 95(±10) Vac and above 135(±10) Vac
-55°C to +71 °C
Mates with MS3106A16S-1 S
Gold iridite per MIL-C-5541 Class 1A
5.1 LBS (2.3 kg)
3.90 H x 4.38 W x 8.50 L inches
99.0 H x 111 W x 216L mm
Less protrusion of connector and screw heads