EC: UNO POWER
Power - Energy, power protection: Phoenix Contact's UNO POWER family of power supplies offers basic functionality for 24 and 12 Vdc applications, with a meantime between failure of more than 700,000 hours. This is a Control Engineering 2014 Engineers’ Choice honorable mention.
The UNO POWER family of power supplies ensures the greatest possible power in the least possible space. UNO POWER supplies offer basic functionality for 24 and 12 Vdc applications, with a meantime between failure of more than 700,000 hours.
The products in the UNO POWER range have a power density 10% to 20% higher than similar power supplies on the market. Its high efficiency (more than 90%) saves energy and ensures cool and durable control cabinet components. UNO POWER comes in both 24 and 12 Vdc versions, ranging from 30 to 100 W. They measure 84 mm high and a maximum of 55 mm wide, making them ideal for 120-mm-deep enclosures.
The power supplies have industrial polycarbonate housing and are rated for operation between -25 and 70 C, making them suitable for harsh environments. The wide input range of 85 to 264 Vac allows international use.
Nearly 50% of the market is low functionality, low wattage power supplies, so the UNO POWER family meets those needs in an affordable package. Ideal applications include urban infrastructure, machine engineering and renewable sources of energy, but the UNO POWER will meet the needs of any situation that demands a low-cost and low-power, yet high-quality, power solution.
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