* Below 160V input power supply voltage will continue to stabilize the output voltage, but the maximum output current will decrease concurrent with a decline in input voltage.
* Due to the high frequency converter, some very sensitive radio or microprocessor can operate correctly. It is recommended that you install the filter OP-230 (see item 18) between the power supply and receiver.
* By increasing the load above Imax will stabilize power supply current, but output voltage will decrease. If a outputvoltage falls to about 40% of the power supply is switched off and will be 1.5 ├Ě 2sec. sample. Similarly happens when you connect the receiver, which receives a large current boot (ie the cold light bulb). If you're experiencing is not too large, the power supply after a few attempts (eg, the gradual warming-up, the light bulb filaments) runs. If the load is too large to sample the power supply will disconnect the load moment.
|Type||impulse power supply|
|Power supply voltage||85├Ě264 V AC|
|Maximum load current||1 A|
|Output voltage OUT||48 V DC|
|Output power||50 W|
|Current limit||110% output voltage|
|Switching frequency||70 KHz|
|terminal||screw terminals 2,5 mm┬▓|
|Tightening torque||0,4 Nm|
|dimensions||6 modules (105 mm)|
|Assembly||on rail 35 mm|
|Level of security||IP20|