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AutomationDirect Expands Power Supply Range with RHINO PSRP and PSRT Series

Oct. 16, 2023
Available in DIN-rail mount and machine mount versions, the switching power supplies are designed to be efficient and durable.

AutomationDirect offers its RHINO PRO PSRP and RHINO TOUGH PSRT series power supplies to its line of switching power supplies. The PSRP series offers a space-saving design and a range of DC power options, while the PSRT series provides durable power supplies for challenging environments.


The DIN-rail mount PSRP series power supplies save space and have push-in connectors, a rugged aluminum housing and many DC power options, including:

  • Single-phase input unit with 12 VDC output at 120 W
  • Single-phase input models with 24 VDC outputs at up to 480 W
  • Three-phase input models with 24 VDC outputs at up to 960 W.

They are designed to provide dependable DC power in easily mounted plastic or metal housings. Cost-effective units offer a wide range of capabilities, from simple power conversion to super-high efficiency operation and hazardous location ratings.


Machine Mount RHINO TOUGH PSRT rugged machine mount power supplies are suitable for applications that require a dependable DC power supply in harsh environments. These field-mountable power supplies offer a compact footprint in a sturdy aluminum housing. All units have an IP67 protection rating; select models also offer a NEMA 4X rating and are Class 1, Div. 2 rated for hazardous locations.

The PSRT series power supplies are fully encapsulated and feature an aluminum housing with a compact footprint. They are IP67 rated, field-mountable and suitable for harsh environments. They are available with 24 VDC outputs in 100 W and 200 W capacities.

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Both the RHINO PRO PSRP and RHINO TOUGH PSRT series power supplies are UL Listed, CSA approved, CE marked and RoHS compliant, meeting industry standards for safety and quality.

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