Published 25-06-2015

NEW COMPACT DIN RAIL MOUNT POWER SUPPLY FROM PULS

25-06-2015

PULS have again set the standard for future power supplies with their new CPS20-series.
These units are extremely compact having a width of only 65mm and are available in 12, 24, 36 and 48 volt versions.
The power is available over a wide temperature range from -25°C to +60°C.
Additionally, there are power reserves of 20% included, which may even be used continuously at temperatures up to +45°C. For short-term peak loads with a maximum length of 15ms, the units can deliver four times the nominal output current.
The units are equipped with a wide-range input circuit from AC 100V and AC 240V and have a 94% full-load efficiency and excellent partial-load efficiencies.
Other features include Active Power Factor correction, DC okay LED indication and the highest lifetime expectancy of any 20 amp DIN rail mount power supply on the market.
All models in the CPS20 range, available from Control Logic, have IECEx approval and there are also dedicated DC input versions that can take voltages between 88 and 360Vdc.

Control Logic
Ph: 07 3623 1212
www.control-logic.com.au

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