Enermax releases Platimax D.F. power supplies

Enermax releases Platimax D.F. power supplies

Enermax has released the first power supply units from its Platimax D.F. line, which was first presented during CeBIT 2016. There are two models as of now with power output of 500W and 600W.

The new Platimax D.F. line is the successor of the older Enermax Platimax PSU line. The new PSUs come with fully modular cables and feature 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. The cables feature the so-called SLEEMAX technology, which includes the usage of delicate and selected fabric for smoother and softer cables that ease cable management. Moreover the new PSUs come with the patented Dust Free Rotation (DFR) technology, which allows the internal cooling fan to spin in reverse for 10 seconds, which helps blow away the accumulated dust. On the inside the new Enermax power supply units are equipped with 100 per cent Japanese electrolytic capacitors and a DC-to-DC converter circuit for rock-solid stability and better efficiency. Platimax D.F. is also compliant with 2013 ErP Lot 6 standard for energy saving (<0.5W power consumption in standby mode). The PSUs also feature all kinds of protection circuitry including OVP, UVP, OPP, SCP, and SIP.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Enermax

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