Power supply, 20 A, 24 V DC, with 94% efficiency

The CPS20 power supply from PULS is rated 20 A and at 24 V DC. It is efficient up to 94% and has a wide range AC input.

07/19/2012


The CPS20 power supply from PULS is rated 20A and at 24VDC. It is efficient up to 94% and has a wide range AC input. Courtesy: PULSThe CPS20 power supply from PULS is rated 20 A at 24 V dc. The change in nomenclature allows future releases of 5 A and 10 A models with increased features without interfering with the current catalog numbers. The CPS20 is only 65 mm wide, is efficient up to 94%, and has a wide range ac input. 

Other features include:

  • 20% current reserves 
  • Active power factor correction 
  • DC-OK relay contact 
  • Load sharing feature for paralleling 
  • Large screw terminals 

PULS

www.pulspower.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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