DIN-rail power supplies: Redundant, battery control, brown-out protection

Tracopower announces TSP series of DIN Rail Mount power supplies designed for harsh environments with high immunity to vibrations and electrical disturbances, complying with the latest EMC standards for industrial power supplies.

08/04/2005


Control Components

Tracopower announces TSP series of DIN Rail Mount power supplies with standard pricing as low as $66 for 90 W units and $185 for 600 W units in 250 piece quantities.

Tracopower announces the TSP series of DIN Rail Mount power supplies designed for harsh environments with high immunity to vibrations and electrical disturbances, complying with the latest EMC standards for industrial power supplies. Add-on modules include hot-swap/redundant operation, battery back-up, and voltage dip/brownout protection.

TSP family of products offers models with 12 or 24 V dc outputs and 70-600 W output power with “power good” and “remote on/off” control functions. They have been certified to UL60950, UL508C, EN60950-1, EN60204, EN61558-2-4, ATEX 94/9/EC, and ANSI/UL60079-15 for applications in hazardous locations. They have -25 to 70 °C operating temperature range; variable output voltages; dual color LED status indicators; and indefinite short circuit/over-voltage/over-temperature protection. Reliability is calculated at more than 350,000 hours per IEC-61709 and is supported with a standard three-year product warranty. Specifications are available for download .

Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief, Control Engineering, MHoske@cfemedia.com





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