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FAQ: DC Power Supplies For Mission Critical Automation Applications

April 5, 2022
Units that offer the proper specifications can provide solutions for industrial applications that are in constant evolution, which makes them remarkably flexible.

Besides the fact that every piece of electronics equipment needs a solid power supply, some machines like printers, scanners, copiers, and desktop computers don’t need the same quality of DC power as automation devices such as plant floor equipment, robotics, edge computing and sensor devices for the industrial internet of things, and other enterprise resources where downtime and a loss of production can have a very heavy cost associated with it.

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