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Rhino PSB series DIN rail mount single-phase and three-phase input power supplies by AutomationDirect with IP20-rated terminals and features rugged plastic or aluminum housings and output status LED indicators.

02/25/2014


Rhino PSB series DIN rail mount single-phase and three-phase input power supplies by AutomationDirect with IP20-rated terminals and features rugged plastic or aluminum housings and output status LED indicators. Courtesy: AutomationDirectRhino PSB series DIN rail mount single-phase and three-phase input power supplies with IP20-rated terminals offer high performance and reliability and are perfect for applications that require a basic DC voltage power supply.

The series features rugged plastic or aluminum housings and output status LED indicators as well as overload, overvoltage and thermal protection. Five models are approved for Class I, Div. 2 hazardous locations and one unit is UL 1310 recognized (NEC Class 2). DIN Rail mount 12, 24 and 48 VDC output, 85-264 VAC/ 120-375 VDC single phase input voltage power supplies are available Three-phase, 320-600 VAC input versions are available with 24 VDC outputs from 60 to 960 W. RHINO PSB series redundancy modules help prevent costly downtime due to power supply failure, and a new buffer module is designed as an alternative to battery-based backup systems.

AutomationDirect

www.automationdirect.com 

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