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Compact 36W, 60W and 90W DIN-rail mini power supplies

PULS Power has introduced the latest and smallest products in their PIANO product family.

Three new 24VDC output DIN-Rail power supplies have been added to the range; PIM36 (36W - coming soon), PIM60 (60W) and PIM90 (90W).

The PIANO Mini (PIM) power supplies free-up space in industrial automation, machines or control panels to offer more flexible system planning. The PIM90 a 90W DIN-Rail power supply in a 36 x 90 x 91mm (WxHxD) housing is said to be the first pf its type in the market. The width of the 36W version is only 22.5mm - a thumb's width. These new power supplies have been designed to unlock new space opportunities for system designers.

The most important characteristics of the new PIANO devices is their focus on the core features required from a power supply: efficiency, lifetime, reliability and size.

A key design feature is the high efficiency of 91,8% (PIM60 and PIM90) at full load and +40°C ambient temperature. The resulting very low heat losses make the power supplies more durable, extends their working life and that of the end system and reduces the cost of system cooling.

The PIM60 and PIM90 offer users the choice of push-in or screw terminals. The push-in terminals reduce installation time and are very reliable in environments prone to shock and vibration. In addition, they are ideally suited to robot-assisted wiring processes. Screw terminals can accommodate larger diameter wires and are still popular in more benign environments.

Typical applications for PULS DIN-Rail power supplies include, industrial and process control, building automation, smart buildings and Industry 4.0, panel-building, test and measurement, instrumentation and communications systems. Versions are ruggedised for harsh environments.

Neil Tyler

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