Power supply system

Siemens compact and modular Sitop PSU8600 is a power supply system that has been integrated into networked automation applications and Siemens Totally Integrated Automation Portal.

05/26/2015


Siemens compact and modular Sitop PSU8600 is a power supply system that has been integrated into networked automation applications and Siemens Totally Integrated Automation Portal. At 125 mm wide, the power supply system's space-saving base unit provides 40 amp. It is capable of providing 50% extra power for short time periods and is 94% efficient. The output current threshold can be set from 0.5 to 10 amp and output voltage from 12 to 28 V. The system is also modular and expandable with minimal additional wiring effort through the use of the built in System Clip Link for connecting system data and supply energy. The base unit can be expanded with up to three modules for additional outputs and two buffer modules for bridging short power failures up to 600 msec. Up to 16 integrated PROFINET output interfaces with selective monitoring are available with the system and may be individually set for voltage and threshold current condition monitoring and power data acquisition functions further enhance availability and efficiency.

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