Illuminated Switches Enlist Power Supplies

SCHURTER now accessorizes its illuminated Metal Line switches with the PSUP 24-Vdc universal switching power supply.  The Class II power supply supports the company’s full range of point and ring illuminated Metal Line switches rated for a 24-Vdc supply voltage. The PSUP is also suited for a wide variety of indoor lighting applications.


The switching power supply unit processes DC (127 - 370 Vdc) or AC (90 - 264 Vac, 47 - 63 Hz) from a input side. A constant 24 Vdc, with a power of 8W, is then available at the output.

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The housing of the PSUP is completely insulated and is rated IP42 for indoor use. Operating temperatures may vary between -30°C and +70°C. Additionally, the power supply is protected against short circuit, overload, and overvoltage and is UL 8750, CSA CS22.2 no. 250.0 approved. It complies with EN 60950-1, EN 61347-1, EN 61347-2-13, as well as EMC emission standards EN 55022, EN61000-3-2 and EN 61000-3-3.


Pricing for the PSUP is $9.16 each/50. For more enlightenment, absorb the PSUP datasheet, call 800-848-2600, and/or email [email protected].

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