The global power supply market is estimated to grow from USD 25.20 billion in 2018 to USD 34.92 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2018 to 2023. Growing adoption of home and building automation systems, emerging telecommunications sector, and increasing demand for energy-efficient devices/appliances services are the key factors driving the power supply market growth.
Power supplies are being used in many verticals such as lighting, telecommunications, consumer electronics, medical & healthcare, industrial, food & beverages, transportation, and military & aerospace.
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A power supply is a device that accepts an AC power input, rectifies and filters it and then applies the resulting DC voltage to a regulator circuit that provides a constant DC output voltage. There are a wide variety of AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies that can have an output voltage from less than 1 V to thousands of volts and output power ranging from 0.1 W to thousands of watts. AC-DC and DC-DC power supply applications from verticals such as lighting, industrial, consumer electronics, and medical are driving the market by integrating it in various devices such as street lighting, home lighting, wearable bands, smartphones, and patient-monitoring devices.
Power supply with low output power is expected to hold the largest size of the power supply. This can be attributed to the increasing use of AC-DC power supplies with low output power in lighting, telecommunications, and consumer electronics. Moreover, various industrial applications, such as home and building automation systems, operate in this power range due to the benefits such as reduced power control system size, weight, and cost; this also makes the consumption of electricity more efficient. Hence, owing to the increasing demand for energy-efficient devices/appliances and advancements in telecommunications and medical sectors will upsurge the growth of power supplies with low output power.
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Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest power supply market
APAC is expected to dominate the overall power supply during the forecast period. This growth can be attributed to the strong demand for consumer equipment, including portable healthcare electronics and white goods. Increasing digitization and automation in various sectors is likely to generate demand for power supplies in APAC.
Major players operating in the Power Supply Market include MEAN WELL (Taiwan), TDK Lambda (Japan), Siemens (Germany), General Electric (US), XP Power (US), Murata Power Solutions (Japan), Artesyn (US), Phoenix Contact (Germany), Delta Electronics (Taiwan), Cosel (Japan), PULS (Germany), CUI (US), Acbel Polytech (Taiwan), Salcom (Finland), LITE-ON Power System Solutions (US), FSP (Taiwan), Power Innovation (Germany), MTM Power (Germany), and Power Systems & Controls (US).
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