Switch mode power supply SNT10028

[FEAS article number: 583028]

Price per unit: 126.60 €

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The switch mode power supplies of the SNT100 series are powerful and robust devices to power sensitive loads in a hard industrial environment. These features result from the modern construction with a good radio shielding and high reliability integrated in a functional and stable casing. The short circuit proof output DC voltage of this type can be adjusted. The output current can rise to 120% of rating, therefore this power supply is suitable for loads requiring high starting current.
  • Output adjustable
  • Boost with 120%
  • Operating status shown by LED
  • Parallel connection possible
  • Short circuit proof
  • Overload- and open circuit protected
  • Suitable for the tropics - epoxy resin casted
  • Output separated according to VDE 0551
  • Extra low safety potential PELV (EN 60204), SELV (EN 60950)
  • Safety according to VDE, EN, UL, CSA
Switch mode power supply SNT10028
Input voltage (VAC): 85 - 270 VAC (0-400 Hz)
Input voltage (VDC): 120 - 400 VDC
Output voltage: 28 VDC
Adjustment range: 22.5 - 29.5 VDC
Output current: 4.5 A
Power: 126.0 W
Efficiency: 83%
Residual ripple: < 25mVSS
Operating temperature range: -40°C / +80°C
Dimensions (WxHxD): 100.0 x 75.0 x 110.0 mm
Weight: 1.06 kg
Mounting: On rails acc. to DIN 46277, wall mounting possible
Data sheet SNT10028 (114.16 KB)

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Manual SNT100 (468.89 KB)

Operating instructions for power supplies of the series SNT100

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Product specification SNT10028 (787.96 KB)

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