New model added to remote control DIN-rail power supply range

27-02-2020 | Puls GmbH | Power

PULS Power has added a 40A output model to its remote-controlled DIN-Rail power supply family. The remote-control feature is especially beneficial in smart buildings and industrial systems where centralised control of multiple system components is needed and enables system administrators and building automation controllers to switch power supplies on or off by application of an external signal switch or transistor gate.

The new 24VDC, 40A output QS40.241 DIN-rail power supply adds to the existing CP20.241-V1 24VDC, 20A model and both belong to the PULS DIMENSION series, which offers efficient solutions for designers and systems integrators demanding powerful and space-saving DIN rail power supplies.

The new power supply provides notably high efficiency in a very compact footprint by employing the latest synchronous rectification technology, a bridgeless PFC circuit and several other proprietary design details. Large power reserves of 150% and built-in large-sized output capacitors aid the starting of heavy loads such as DC motors or capacitive loads. In many instances, this enables the employment of a unit from a lower wattage class saving space and reducing costs.

“Building automation and the growth of Industry 4.0 requires the use of smart components and sub-systems, “comments Marco van der Linden, UK country manager for PULS.” The remote-control feature designed into our DIN-Rail power supplies makes centralised control of multiple system components from a remote location or autonomous AI system very simple to implement and provides a very efficient shut-down facility in the event of system failure or emergency.”

Typical applications for these power supplies include industrial and process control, smart buildings and building automation, test and measurement, panel-building, instrumentation and communications systems. Versions are available approved for railway systems and ruggedised for harsh environments.

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