Posted on December 1, 2006 - ( views)
Requiring an installation width of only 56 mm for 600W and 66 mm for 1,000W, the SPH613 and SPH1013 series power supplies give users lots of extra space in their switching cabinets. The robust power supplies can be used for a full range of industrial applications, offer flexible fixings (DIN-rail or wall mounting) and thanks to the integral fan, operate in any position at temperatures of up to +70Â°C. The series come with a wide input range of 3x340 - 550VAC and are suitable for both IT and delta networks. The SPH613 supplies a highly-stable output of 24V at 25A and the SPH1013 24V at 40A. The output voltages can be adjusted between 23.5 and 28.5V. The micro-controlled Advanced Power Boost provides users with comfortable padding for additional short-term power requirements. Twice the level of output current (i.e. 40 or 80A) can be maintained for 2s - either in the start-up phase or during ongoing operation. For even more power, the supplies can be switched parallel.
with power range up to 1,000 watts
72V, 62mm-wide DIN rail
for intermediate circuits in converters
with outputs of 48 VDC and 72 VDC
80A turbo-power for 2s
with new choice of voltages
with advanced power boost
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