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DIN rail power supply options

AUTOMATED production systems require power supplies with high stability and safety protection. DIN rail power supply series for such demanding applications are available from Delta Electronics, distributed locally by ElectroMechanica (EM).

The CliQ DIN rail power supply series offers state-of-the-art design to withstand harsh industrial environments, EM Product William Cameron explains. The rugged metal or plastic case is both shock- and vibration-resistant in accordance with IEC 60068-2.

The Delta CliQ II DIN rail power supply series has an IP20 protection level. The Delta CliQ III series is designed with high power density and smart overload protection features. All the models in the series are encased in rugged yet lightweight, full corrosion-resistant aluminium casings.

Delta’s Chrome DIN rail power supply series is designed for use in compact cabinets, which are adopted widely in home automation applications and the food-and-beverage industry. Current available specifications are with 5 V, 12 V, and 24 V output voltage, for power ratings from 10 W to 100 W.

The series offers double isolated input. This means that no earth connection is required, resulting in low leakage current.

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