22 Nov 2018

Space-saving DIN-Rail power supplies available from Foremost

Foremost Electronics, a specialist importer and technical distributor of electromechanical products introduce the IDEC PS5R Series of space saving DIN-Rail mounted switch mode power supplies offering 5V, 12V, and 24V outputs at up to 10A.

The slim fitting enclosure sizes range from 22.5mm to 60mm with optional brackets for panel mounting. All models are CE marked, have UL and TUV safety approvals and are RoHS compliant.

Key features include 5 Year Warranty, spring up connection terminals, 6 mounting orientation options, operating temperature range from –25 up to +75°C (no freezing), EN 61204-3 EMC Class B and SEMI F47 Sag Immunity (208V AC Input).

Alan Vincent, Sales Director of Foremost, comments, “Introducing DIN-Rail power supplies is a logical move for us as we continue to become a one-stop-shop for complete enclosure solutions. We already supply enclosures, cable entry systems and cabinet accessories from major manufacturers and being able to provide power supplies continues to simplify and streamline our customers vendor base.”

Foremost offer a very wide range of products including 19" cabinets and electronic equipment enclosures, cable entry systems, pushbutton, rotary and emergency switches, circular connectors, advanced LED light-guides, keypads and IP joysticks. They serve a wide number of diverse markets from industrial, instrumentation, audio/broadcast, rail, medical to education.

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