Low profile: Switching power supplies
SPM Series Low Profile Switching Power Supplies from Carlo Gavazzi feature a very compact depth of 2.2 in. (55.5 mm) and are ideally suited for shallow enclosures and distribution boxes. Low profile design provides a flush installation into DIN standard electrical boxes.
The 2.2-in. depth of the Carlo Gavazzi SPM Series Low Profile Switching Power Supplies from Carlo Gavazzi is useful for shallow enclosures and distribution boxes.
Buffalo Grove , IL —SPM Series Low Profile Switching Power Supplies from Carlo Gavazzi feature a very compact depth of 2.2 in. (55.5 mm) and are ideally suited for shallow enclosures and distribution boxes. Low profile design provides a flush installation into DIN standard electrical boxes. Several output power ratings are available from 7.5 to 100 Watts, which are UL Class 2 rated up to 91 W; available in 5, 12, 15, or 24 V dc outputs. They feature high efficiencies, universal 90 to 264 V ac or 120 to 370 V dc supply voltages, and diagnostic LEDs for alerting the user of when the output voltage is ready for use and in the event the output voltage is too low. All models also offer internal noise filtering, short circuit, and overload protection. Most models have a potentiometer for fine tuning dc output voltage. The power supplies have rugged plastic housings, screw terminals, and a temperature range of–25 to +60 °C. SPM power supplies are UL, cUL, TUV, and CE approved, and have a 2 year warranty. List prices range from $32 to $84. www.GavazziOnline.com
—Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief
Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief, Control Engineering
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