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DIN Rail power supplies suit building & industrial automation

16th October 2015
Jordan Mulcare

Ideal Power have added a recent range of competitively priced high quality DIN Rail power supply units to their product range. The DIN Rail power supplies are available from stock and have been sourced for their high performance and reliability and compliment the company’s existing portfolio of open frame and external power supplies, DC/DC converters, LED drivers and battery chargers.

Applications for the latest range of DIN Rail power supplies include building and industrial automation, process control and instrumentation. The range extends from 12 to 480W and conforms to EN 60947-1, EN 60947-5-1 & EN 60950-1 (DR series only). All models have a one year warranty and high efficiency up to 80% (based on DR-45-24 model).

Two product families are available. The DR (P) series providing output power of 30, 45, 60, 75, 120, 240, 480W and the MDR Series with 10, 20, 40, 60 and 100W outputs. Jon Vallis, Sales and Marketing Manager, Ideal Power, commented: “The market for industrial power products is growing rapidly and we are very pleased to be able to offer a competitively priced range of high quality, industry standard, DIN Rail power supplies to industrial OEMs and end users.”

Ideal Power's standard range of DIN Rail PSUs provides output power from 30 to 240W, as well as an MDR range. Standard products are available from stock and customer specific requirements can be sourced. All Ideal Power DIN Rail power supply units are CE marked, comply with RoHS, EMC and LVD requirements.

Ideal Power provides its customers with a dedicated IP Support team which has over 40 years of experience in the power supply industry. The IP support team provides local assistance throughout the whole design process from concept, design, quotations, samples and testing to approvals and standards compliance, shipping, stock-holding and after-sales service.

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