Power Entry Module Adds IP 54 protection with V-Lock cord set

Santa Rosa, CA—SCHURTER announces that its power entry module, series 5707, now offers IP 54 protection with V-Lock cord sets at the power input, in addition to IP 65 protection to the equipment. The sealed module is ideal for use in medical equipment exposed to leaks, drips and spills, as well as equipment subject to routine washing.

The compact module combines an appliance inlet, fuseholder, and standard or medical EMC filter rated up to 8 A at 250 VAC. The original 5707 offers IP 65 seal protection at the panel opening, around the fuseholders, and between the inlet and connector pins. The module can also be fitted with an additional gasket in the inlet cavity for IP 54 protection between the inlet and the cord connector. A V-Lock cord set prevents unintentional disconnections.

The 5707 is cURus and ENEC approved. The appliance inlet complies with IEC/EN 60320-1; Fuseholders are shock-safe according to IEC/EN 60127-6, PC2. The module offers pre-wired electrical connections, using 6.3x0.8 quick connect terminals. Variations include: Class I, C14, or Class II, C18 appliance inlet; 1- or 2- pole fuseholders; front or rear mounting; capacitors class X1 and Y1 for increased voltage withstand; black or white plastic socket. Delivery is stock to six weeks.

Pricing starts at less than $20 in 100 pcs quantities for the 5707 power entry modules, and about $6 for a standard Nema V-Lock cordset. Data sheet, animated video and additional information is available at http://v-lock.schurter.com

Schurter Inc.
Santa Rosa, CA.
[email protected]


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