120W Supplies Ride The Rails

TRACO POWER’s TIB 120-EX Family of 120 Watt DIN rail power supplies are designed for harsh environments and hazardous locations with certifications for ATEX II3G and UL HazLoc Class I / Div 2 standards. The components feature 12V/24V/48V outputs (-2% to +17% VADJ range), efficiency of 94%, 150% peak power for 4 seconds, and ruggedized metal enclosures that are EN61373 qualified for railway shock and vibration.

 

Protection circuits include back power immunity, short-circuit and overload protection, and a DC OK dry signal contact. DC-OK LED indicators on both the front and side panels with optional side panel mounting enable use in flat panels. The product’s reduced heat dissipation enables a -40°C to +60°C full load operating temperature range (up to +70°C operation with only 20% de-rating).

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Outputs are radio-interference-suppressed to impede radiation at long output lines. This filter reduces the common mode current to within limits of telecommunication ports.  The units operate with a high-power factor of up to 99% with active power factor correction which also minimizes input inrush current.  All models are safety approved to meet UL/EN 60950-1, UL508 listed, EN 600079-0/-7/-15, ATEX II3G and UL HazLoc Class I, Division 2 with EN55032 Class B for both radiated and conducted emissions. High reliability of greater than 1 million hours per IEC 60079-0 is supported by TRACO POWER’s extended 5 year product warranty.

 

For more specs, checkout the TIB 120-EX Family product page and the datasheets:

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