Innovative no compromise basic DIN-rail power supplies have green credentials

07-04-2022 | PULS Power | Power

PULS Power has extended the range of its PIANO series of power supplies. The growing product family now comprises 17 different and easy to use DIN-Rail power supplies intended to provide cost-effective basic functionality and high reliability with output power ratings from 36W to 480W.

The focus of the product family is on offering the most popular key basic functions without compromising the company's exceptional qualities of efficiency, lifetime, reliability and small size. Further and more complex features such as DC input voltage and power reserves have been intentionally omitted, ensuring a cost-oriented design of the highest quality that will satisfy the application's exact needs.

The PULS PIANO DIN-Rail power supply range is ideal for cost-sensitive industrial and automation applications. It enables customers to choose the best-fit product for their requirements with no extraneous or unwanted costly features. Two product ranges are available: PIANO PIC may be specified with either a 100--240V or 200-240V input and has a single 24 or 48VDC output. It features a DC-OK relay (excluding PIC120-242C) and output power from 120-480W. PIANO PIM – this 'mini-series' is housed in a compact enclosure and provides a single 12VDC or 24VDC output, input voltage of 100-240V and a pick of screw terminals, large screw terminals, push-in terminal or NEC Class 2 connectivity. Output power is over the range 36-90W.

Marco van der Linden, UK country manager for PULS Power, comments: "Our PIANO range, continues the PULS philosophy of offering our customers 'more with less'. Our growing PIANO range of DIN-Rail power supplies is ideally suited for worldwide applications requiring a simple, basic, cost-effective power supply with no compromise on quality. The compact size allows more flexibility in system design, while the simple installation provides significant time and cost savings. PULS power supplies continue to set new records in their respective performance classes in the quality-critical functions such as efficiency, lifetime and size."

By Natasha Shek