Power solutions

  • 17-Jan-2011 04:16 EST
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Wago's 787 Epsitron Series of advanced power supplies now offers UL and cUL certification. Epsitron four-channel electronic circuit breakers (ECBs) protect up to four current paths of up to 10 A at 24 V dc maximum for power supplies without topboost and are suitable for multiple loads from a single supply. ECBs also offer remote resetting of tripped channels. Epsitron one- and three-phase primary switch mode PRO power supplies process power peaks in systems with high-output requirements and feature 93% efficiency as well as configuration/monitoring software and line monitor capability. Uninterruptible power supply modules shield complex automation systems and components from common disturbances such as voltage fluctuations, harmonic distortion, and outages, while 787 redundant modules safeguard two power supplies that are parallel-connected, providing system redundancy or additional power.

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