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Ruggedized DIN-rail supplies deliver up to 480W

Posted: 18 May 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:astec power? switching power supplies?

Astec Power's ADN Series of rugged switching power supplies, for mounting on standardized DIN rails, includes five models that deliver from 60 to 480W at 24V. They're designed for operation at temperatures to 60C with no derating and no forced-air cooling requirement. Ideally suited to factory automation and a variety of industrial applications, ADN Series models can accommodate the large peak loads needed to run motor-controllers and other devices with high surge-current demands.

All but the 100W model can support up to double their nominal 2.5- to 20A output current for up to 2s. They have a holdup time of 20ms and a 50 percent brownout tolerance from the selected nominal input voltage. The supplies incorporate power factor correction and auto-select between a nominal input of 115- and 230Vac, except for the 60W version, which runs from a universal 85- to 264Vac input. Operating efficiency is greater than 90 percent. The supplies sport a user-friendly front panel with adjustable voltage control, parallel operation switch, convenient input/output connections and dc status indicator along with easy mounting hardware on the rear for DIN-rail installation.

The units are approved for use in Class 1, Div 2 hazardous locations and meet the SEMI F47 standard requirements for voltage sag immunity in semiconductor fabrication equipment. Backed by a three-year warranty, the new products meet worldwide safety and performance standards including listings from UL and CE. Samples are available now with prices starting at $60 for the 60W model.

- eeProductCenter

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