Founded in 1938, Mascot was one of the radio manufacturing pioneers in Norway. From day one, our focus has been on meeting our customer’s demands, relentlessly finding ways to improve the quality of our products, and develop innovative solutions for our customers.
In 1953, Mascot was the first Norwegian manufacturer to introduce car radios in Norway. During the 1950s, Mascot radios became widely popular due to their superior reception, both in Norway and in mountainous regions in Europe and the Near and Middle East. In the early 1960s, Mascot even established a manufacturing joint venture in Turkey to meet the demand in this region.
The latest addition to the class-leading Mascot Blueline series of power supplies is the switch mode 3820. Designed to meet global power conversion requirements, the 3820 is medically certified by EN 60601-1 edition 3.1 (safety) and EN 60601-1-2 edition 4 (EMC). Model 3820 provides product designers with a turnkey solution that is built on several key criteria. Notably, these measures include high quality, competitive price, and compliance with the latest eco-design specifications (CoC Tier 2, DoE Level VI, CEC, MEPS) adopted in the EU and North America. Also, the high-performance, CEmarked 3820 PSU has worldwide UL Certification.
Key technical specifications:
* Universal input voltage, max output power 120W
* UL appr. and med certified for safety and EMC
* 4 std versions: 12, 24, 36, 48V
* Mounting bracket available
* Dimensions: 172.5 x 73 x 42 mm
* Weight 530g