Panel Builder System Integrator

WielandOctober 23, 2107

Wieland's wipos PS1 switched-mode power supply, nominal voltage: 24 V DC / 1,25 A (setting range 21,6-27,6 V DC), sustained short-circuit protection, input voltage range: 85-264 V AC / 90-350V DC, single phase, W x H x D: 32 × 90 × 90 mm

General
Connection type
Screw connection
Modular version
No
Mounting type, other
No
Mounting type, wall mounting
No
Rail mounting possible
Yes
Housing material
Polycarbonat
Operating temperature min.
-40 °C
Operating temperature max.
70 °C
relative humidity min.
0 %
Storage temperature / transport min.
-40 °C
Storage temperature / transport max.
85 °C
Degree of protection (IP)
IP20
Protection class
I
Pollution degree
2
series Connection possible
Yes
Number of series switchable device
2
Parallel-service possible
Yes

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