Mean Well Slim Wall-Mounted Power Adapter 60W - 24V, 2.5A

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A slim, convenient-to-carry 60W wall adapter suitable for professional use. It's a class II power unit with a standard 2 pin US plug accepting 80VAC to 264VAC and a P1J barrel jack connector for the output of 24VDC and up to 2.5A. WIth efficiency up to 90% and no load power consumption below 0.15W, it is compliant with US Energy Regulation EISA 2007/DoE(Level VI).

  • Ultra Slim, Compact Size
  • Medical safety approved (2 x MOPP) according to ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1/ES60601-1-11
  • Extremely Low Leakage Current
  • 2 Pole USA Plug, Class II Power Unit
  • No Load Power Consumption < 0.15W
  • Energy Efficient Level VI (except 5~9V for Level V)
  • -30-70C Working Temperature
  • Short Circuit/ Overload/ Over Voltage Protections
  • Fully Enclosed Plastic Case
  • 3 Year Warranty

Mean Well Slim Wall-Mounted Power Adapter 60W - 24V, 2.5A Product Help and Resources

How to Power a Project

February 7, 2013

A tutorial to help figure out the power requirements of your project.


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  • What's the wire gauge used?

  • “wall mounted” is not the words you are looking for on this and several other adapters introduced May 2019.

    • We probably use the term "wall-mounted" because that is the name of the product as provided by the 3rd party vendor. However, I will ask to see if that can be modified to a more conventional name/search term.

      • Oh yeah, I see that. What were they thinking.

        Also, apparently Unicode is broken in your comments? “test” Yup, definitely completely broken.

        • I talked to a few people and we should be changing it to "wall adapter" or "wall power adapter" to match the names of similar products already listed in our catalog. Hopefully, that works better than "wall mounted".

          Hmm.. interesting. It looks like you are using the left/right double quotation mark (U+201C and U+201D). I am not sure if it is a keyboard setting or browser setting, but I get a neutral quotation mark (U+0022) for my entries. The formatting syntax may only support certain characters... I'm unsure???

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