Responding to customer demand for intermediate level DIN rail mounted power supplies; Lambda UK has extended its popular DPP range to include a 120W single output version. The DPP120 meets specific requests from control system integrators, who are using intermediate power level DIN rail mounted supplies in applications such as elevators and toll booths.
The DPP120 is low cost and yet feature rich, with built in active power correction and a switch function that allows up to three units to be connected in parallel. Other features include over current and over voltage protection, whilst convection cooling enables the supply to operate over a wide temperature range, from -25 to 71°C.
Offering either 12V, 24V or 48V outputs, the DPP120 has a nominal 115/230VAC autoselect input range. A DC Good relay is provided on 24V models whilst red and green LED’s indicate output status on all models. Meanwhile, typical efficiency is an impressive 87%.
At 125 x 63.5 x 123.6mm, the DPP120 is a compact and reliable choice for a wide range of applications, including process control, automotive, chemical processing, burn-in and test. The metal casing and rugged design, which meets the UL508 safety standard for industrial control equipment, is a particular advantage where the system is used in a harsh environment. The DDPP120 meets Class B EMC compliance and meets the requirements of EN61000-3-2.
The latest addition to the DPP series complements the existing 15 to 480V models. All models carry a two-year warranty and are CE approved.
The company designs and manufactures power supplies for a wide range of applications including test and measurement, factory automation, process control, medical, communications, computing and COTS (commercial off-the-shelf). Lambda offers a comprehensive range of AC-DC power supplies and DC-DC converters, backed by fully-automated electronic assembly lines coupled with stringent testing procedures. Lambda is a unit of TDK Corporation (TDK ADR (NYSE) TDK (LON) TDK (BRU)) a leading global electronics company headquartered in Tokyo.