The medical power supply market is projected to reach USD 1.8 billion by 2025


during the forecast period. Growth of the market is mainly attributed to the technological advancements; growing public and private investments and funding are driving the global medical power supply s market.

New York, April 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Medical Power Supply Market by Converter Type, Application, Construction, Type – Global Forecast to 2025” –
However, complex regulatory frameworks that delay the approval of new medical power supply s is expected to challenge market growth to a certain extent.

In terms of converter type, AC-DC power supply segment to register significant growth during the forecast period.
Based on the converter type, the medical power supply s market is segmented into AC-DC power supply, and DC-DC power supply.AC-DC power supply include include 200W and less, 201-500W, 501-1000W, 1,000-3,000W and 3000W and above Significant growth of the AC-DC power supply segment is attributed to the ongoing product approval of AC-DC power supplies, increasing agreement between PSUS vendors and medical device OEMs for the porcurement of medical power supply , and the increasing availability of these products in major markets.

AC-DC power supply is used in MRI systems, CT scanners, X-ray monitors, and ECG monitors. Thus rising adoption of these devices have led to the growth of this segment.

In terms application, diagnostic imaging systems segment to register significant growth during the forecast period.
Based on the application, the medical power supply market is segmented into diagnostic imaging systems, patient monitoring equipment, home use and wearable medical equipment, implantable medical devices, dental equipment, surgical equipment, and other medical devices.The diagnostic imaging systems segment accounted for a larger share of in the market in 2019.

Innovation and advancements in diagnostic applications have supported the demand for power supply units and increasing customer base for medical power supply for radiology devices are factors expected to drive the growth of this market segment in the coming years.

Enclosed segment is expected to account for the largest share of the medical power supply market, by the architecture” `
On the basis of architecture, the medical power supply market has been segmented into enclosed, open frame, external, U-bracket, configurable, and encapsulated power supply.Enclosed power supplies come in single, triple, and quadruple-output forms and varying sizes, which are usually proportional to the supply’s power output.

An enclosed power supply ensures minimal power loss in end-use medical equipment. The growth of this segment is attributed to the significant number of product launches for enclosed power supplies. For instance, In November 2019, Delta Electronics introduced a 24V 500W output model to the MEB series of enclosed medical power supplies for medical applications

Asia Pacific market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The Asia Pacific market is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period majorly due to growth of diagnostic labs and strict regulations and standards for medical power supply in China, Japan, and India

A breakdown of the primary participants referred to for this report is provided below:
• By Company Type: Tier 1–48%, Tier 2–36%, and Tier 3– 16%
• By Designation: C-level–10%, Director-level–14%, and Others–76%
• By Region: North America–40%, Europe–32%, Asia Pacific–20%, Latin America–5%, and the Middle East & Africa–3%

Some of the prominent players in the medical power supply market include Advanced Energy Industries (US), Delta Electronics (Taiwan), TDK-Lambda Corporation (Japan), SL Power Electronics (US), XP Power (Singapore), Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation (US), COSEL (Japan), FRIWO Gerätebau (Germany), Bel Fuse (US), MEAN WELL…

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