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Three-phase Power Solution Series
Three-phase Power Solution Series

The three-phase ENI250A series from Powerbox is a power solution that delivers a constant 250W and up to 480W peak power for one second. It is housed in an IP54 case and includes a microcontroller that can set functions as peak power, current limiting and protection mode in order to adjust protection behavior. It is also a mechanically reconfigurable platform that can suit different form factors or direct integration into DC motors.


Easy integration within the conveyer management system

Among this series, the ENI250A24 includes soft-start, over current, voltage and temperature protection. Moreover, a DC-OK signal and remote reset allows easy integration into the conveyer management system. It accepts input voltages from 323VAC to 560VAC three phase and meets safety specifications 60950-1 and 62368-1.

Posted on March 27, 2019 - (407 views)
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