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Adaptable Low Profile and Ultra-Compact DIN Power Supplies

Feb. 4, 2022
Managing the power requirements on a DIN rail system is becoming more challenging with new standards and increased compactness of control systems, particularly when mounted on smaller robotic systems and cobots.

DIN rail systems are used to save time and costs, allowing components to simply snap or slide into place rather than panel mounting each component separately. This is particularly advantageous for equipment that is operated near and around humans, such as the growing cobot industry. Power supplies for these systems are a key component and must meet the latest certifications as well as operate efficiently. Altech, once again, has stayed abreast of all the latest requirements for the wide variety of industries they serve and are able to supply components that offer high performance at reasonable costs.

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