Switch-mode power supplies - AutomationDirect

Oct. 7, 2010
The Rhino line now includes ac/dc switch-mode power supplies encapsulated in an ultracompact, low profile housing.

The Rhino line now includes ac/dc switch-mode power supplies encapsulated in an ultracompact, low profile housing. The new PSE Series is for space-limited applications and screw mounts to a panel or equipment chassis. The devices can also be DIN-rail mounted using an optional mounting kit.

The switches features a universal 85 to 264-Vac input and comes in single or dual-output models. Output voltages include 5, 12, 15 and 24 Vdc, and ±12 and ±15 Vdc. Single output models provide 15 to 60-W maximum output, while dual output models provide 15 and 30 W. Designed with a double insulated plastic resin housing, no external grounding is required. Screw terminal blocks provide easy connection and the Series is short circuit and overload protected.

AutomationDirect, 3505 Hutchinson Rd., Cumming, GA 30040, (800) 633-0405, www.automationdirect.com
RS# 470

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