Power supply PSL 10A

Power supply PSL 10A
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The PSL 10A power supply unit is designed to operate in a single-phase AC network with a frequency of 50 (60) Hz with a voltage of 230 V / 110 V and is used to provide power supply with a stabilized voltage of 24 V DC to various ship equipment.

The product is made in a metal case. The casing has a bracket for mounting on a vertical bulkhead. On the front wall of the case there is an on (off) rocker switch with a red light indication of the presence of the main power supply when the switch is on.

Specifications

Parameter

Value

Note

Output voltage

24V, stabilized

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Maximum output current

10A

Analog current limiting 10 amperes.

Maximum set output current of single output protection operation

10A

When the load current reaches 10A and above, the current protection is triggered, the power supply stops working.

To turn on the power supply, you must turn off and on the power supply.

At full load power

220V / 110V

-

Partial load

220V / 110V

-

Rated load current, A

10 A

The total current of all outputs is not more than 10A.

Single output current no more than 10A

Output rated power, W

240 watts

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Maximum current consumed from the network

2A when powered by a 220v network, 4A when powered by a 110v network

-

Absolute range of output voltage ripple,%

0.1

-

Mains voltage, transfer of the unit to the battery

179V

When the mains voltage reaches 180 V, the unit switches to mains operation

Efficiency

0.9

-

Backup power supply from battery, direct current, V

24 V

-

Alarm output

Dry contact

normally open, normally closed

-

Power factor

0.7

-

Backup voltage

18-27V

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Number of connected loads

3

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Weight, kg

3.05 kg

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Protection class

IP22

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Working temperature, ° С

-15 ... + 55C

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Limiting temperature, ° С

-60 ... + 75C

Mounting

Wall


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