MIL-COTS PFC Power Supply



The Badger is a ruggedized, extremely low-profile PFC power supply from our Custom Power solutions.

Accepting input voltages of 85 – 264 VAC, or 100 – 380 VDC, the Badger can provide up to 1500 Watts. The Badger can provide up to 12 isolated outputs and is factory configured to exact user requirements. Its inherent flexibility comes from the use of Vicor's modular DC-DC converters.

Input Voltages  

85 – 265 VAC

47 – 500 Hz

100 – 380 VDC

Output Voltage    Up to 12 isolated outputs
Output Power   Up to 1800 W at 230 VAC ;
800 W at 115 VAC
  Full power to 35°C;
Reduced power up to 65°C
Power Factor
  0.99 at 115 VAC ;
0.95 at 230 VAC
Dimensions   13.75 x 7.00 x 2.55 in
349.25 x 177.80 x 64.77 mm
Weight   7 lbs. (3.2 kg)


About Northwest Power

Northwest Power is a Vicor Custom Power Design Center focused on integrating Vicor’s leading-edge technology into customized power modules and power supplies. Northwest Power is located in the Northwest and maintains the flexibility of a small entrepreneurial company while taking advantage of Vicor’s technical and business resources to deal effectively with the most challenging power requirements.

Vicor has invested in the tools and resources to offer full service solutions from prototype to mass production with the shortest lead times and the lowest risk.


Contact Northwest Power

4211 S.E. International Way, Suite F
Milwaukie, OR 97222, USA

Phone   Phone: 1 503 652 6161
Pnone   Fax: 1 503 652 6868
Email   Email:


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Features & Benefits
  • Fan cooled
  • Ride-through (holdup) time: >20 msec at 1,200 W load
  • Conformal coating available
  • Soft start for limiting inrush current: AC power OK status signal
  • Output sequencing & general shutdown
  • Local sense standard all outputs; Remote sense available
  • OCP, OVP & OTP on all outputs


Designed to meet:

  • EMI compliance: MIL-STD-461E CE 101, 102; CS 101, 114, 115, 116
  • Transient protection: MIL-STD-704E
  • Environmental: MIL-STD-810E
  • Harmonic distortion to EN61000-2