24 May 2018

DIN-Rail power supplies with internal decoupling and hot-swap connections

PULS Power announces the availability of two new high quality din rail power supplies featuring an integrated high efficiency MOSFET based decoupling function facilitating N+1 redundant operation without an external decoupling unit or use of inefficient “OR-ing” diodes.

The CP10.241.R2 and CP20.241.R2 offer output power of 240W and 480W respectively and both feature hot-swap connectors ensuring no-break power in mission critical applications. Other standard features include:

  • Universal AC input

  • Active power factor correction (PFC)

  • Minimal inrush current surge

  • Standard output voltages of 12, 24, 36 and 48VDC

  • 20% “power reserve” for peak load demands

  • Operating temperature range of -25 to +70°C with full power available between -40°C and +60°C

  • Operating humidity range from 5 to 95%RH

  • Safe “HiccupPLUS” overload protection

  • Internal “DC OK” contact

  • 3 year warranty

  • Standard spring clamp terminal connection is available as an option.

All international safety agency are met and the PULS CP series complies fully with the demands of hazardous locations – Class 1, Div 2, IECEx, and ATEX by design.

Typical applications include transportation, industrial systems, marine, water processing, semiconductor manufacture, renewable energy systems, drives and controls, robotics and medical.

Marco van der Linden, UK Country Manager, for PULS comments, “These new N+1 redundant, hot-swappable DIN- Rail power supplies reduce system complexity and cost, offer shorter installation times and space savings of more than 45% over conventional power solutions. The PULS CP series are efficient, compact and reliable and have a highly sophisticated thermal design delivering the lowest cost of ownership to the end user.”

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