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DIN rail power supplies for industrial apps support up to 96W

Posted: 19 May 2016 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Artesyn? power supply? DIN rail? capacitor? machine control?

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has rolled out what it flaunts as a cost-effective addition to its DIN rail power supply family that delivers high efficiency, reliability and long life for various industrial applications. The ADNB series boasts power ratings of 40W, 60W and 96W, and is intended for applications such as machine control, semiconductor fabrication, conveyor/material handling, process control, test and measurement equipment, and vending/gaming machines.

A universal 88VAC to 264VAC input and global safety approvals enable the ADNB series to be used almost anywhere in the world, the company stated. The units are also capable of operating from a 124VDC to 370VDC input. The power supplies offer precisely regulated output voltages of 12VDC, 15VDC, 24VDC and 48VDC. Typical efficiency is 84% to 88% and the units can operate in temperatures up to 70C. The units' long life is enabled by the use of 105C long life electrolytic capacitors. A DIN rail mounting clip enables tool-free snap-on mounting specially geared for industrial environments.

ADNB series

Figure 1: Artesyn's ADNB series is intended for applications such as machine control, semiconductor fabrication, material handling, process control, test and measurement equipment, and vending machines.

The ADNB series power supply is comprehensively protected against overvoltage, over load and short-circuit conditions and offers protection against brownout or drop in voltage. They have been tested to withstand 2G vibration and Artesyn offers a standard three-year warranty.





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