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AIM SERIES AIM - Vicor AC Front End Power Module

Features
  • 250W AC/DC FRONT END POWER MODULE
  • UNIVERSAL 85-264VAC INPUT
  • INPUT TRANSIENT PROTECTION
  • INRUSH LIMITING
  • APPLICATIONS: MILITARY

AIM - Vicor AC Front End Power Module

Product Overview

 

Vicor's AIM AC Input Front-End Module

Vicor's AIM (Alternating Input Module) is an AC front-end module which interfaces directly with worldwide AC mains.

The AIM provides line rectification, EMI/RFI filtering, transient protection and inrush limiting in a half-brick package measuring 2.28" x 2.4" x 0.5".

The Vicor AIM is used in conjunction with VI-200 or VI-J00 series DC-DC converters to realize a universal AC input, high-density, low-profile switching power supply with outputs from 1 – 95 Vdc and a total power rating up to 200 W.

A capacitor is used to satisfy system hold-up requirements. Internal EMI filtering meets EN55022 and FCC Part 15, Class A emissions limits.

Specifications

INPUT
AC line input 85-264VAC
Frequency 47Hz-440Hz
Inrush current
(max.)
<40A pk
Transient surge
withstand
Normal Mode: 1.2/50µs, 3kV Pulse, 2-Joules
EMI/RFI filtering Yes
output
Output power 250W
Max. value of
holdup capitance
1200µF
STANDARDS
EMI/RFI VDE 0871/FCC Part 15, Class A, EN55022 Class A
Safety UL950, CSA 22.2-950, EN60950
OPERATING
Efficiency 97%
Isolation voltage Input - Output: NoneInput - Baseplate - Output: 1500V rms
Baseplate operating
temperature
100°C
Thermal resistance 0.4°C per watt
MECHANICAL
Dimensions 58 x 61 x 13mm
Mega module
packaging option:
Add L to model e.g. VI-LAIM-E1

Selection Table

MODEL
NUMBER
PRODUCT
GRADE
OPERATING
TEMP.
STORAGE
TEMP.
VI-AIM-E1 E-Grade -10°C to +100°C -20°C to 105°C
VI-AIM-C1 C-Grade -20°C to +100°C -40°C to +105°C
VI-AIM-I1 I-Grade -40°C to +100°C -55°C to +105°C
VI-AIM-M1 M-Grade -55°C to +100°C -65°C to +105°C
Compatible with
VI-200/VI-J00
VI-X7X (85-264VAC)
VI-X6X (170-264VAC)
VI-X5X (85-135VAC)
Note: For RoHS version replace VI with VE.

Technical Illustration

  • AIM TYPICAL CONNECTION AIM  TYPICAL CONNECTION
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