Power Supplies Charge DeviceNet Applications While Sitting On DIN Rails

Sept. 1, 2002
Designed to meet ODVA requirements for thick- or thin-cable DeviceNet applications, the SDN4-24-100, SDN8-24-100REDA, and SDP4-24-100 are 24V power supplies featuring an industrial-grade design with indefinite short-circuit, overvoltage, and

Designed to meet ODVA requirements for thick- or thin-cable DeviceNet applications, the SDN4-24-100, SDN8-24-100REDA, and SDP4-24-100 are 24V power supplies featuring an industrial-grade design with indefinite short-circuit, overvoltage, and over-temperature protection. They also sport a rugged, DIN-style connector, with the supplies particularly useful in powering industrial control and building automation systems. The SDN4-24-100 meets UL1950 limited power source requirements, while SDN8-24-100REDA, with a built-in isolation diode, a dc-okay signal, and pluggable screw-terminal connections, is designed for 8A, thick-cable systems. Claiming to provide the highest current possible while maintaining a NEC Class 2 rating, the SDP4-24-100 delivers up to 4.2A in a DIN-rail mount package. For more information and prices, contact SOLA/HEVI-DUTY, Skokie, IL. (800) 377-4384.

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