Rugged DIN-Rail power supplies from Powersolve are shock and vibration proof

Powersolve announces the TSP Series of single output 72 to 600W DIN-rail power supplies designed for use in a wide variety of industrial applications, particularly those involving difficult or hazardous environments. According to Powersolve, these new power supplies are ideal for powering sensitive loads in industrial process control systems, machine tools and other demanding industrial applications.

There are 12 models in the TSP Series featuring regulated, adjustable single output voltages of 12, 24, 36 or 48VDC, with output currents up to 25A. Made by TracoPower, these DIN-rail power supplies are specified for industrial operating temperatures from –25°C to +70°C with convection cooling and over-temperature protection as standard. Other features include power good signal, over voltage protection and remote on/off. The TSP Series comes with a Worldwide safety approval package.

A range of complementary DIN-rail function modules increase the range of applications for these power supplies. A redundancy module provides true current sharing in parallel operation while a battery controller module allows the user to configure a highly reliable UPS system for 12, 24 and 48VDC. Here, Powersolve offers a wide variety of battery packs. Another module is designed to protect against short-time AC mains loss. This buffer module needs no battery and is maintenance free.

The TracoPower TSP Series units feature a rugged metal case construction designed to be shock and vibration proof. Installation is made easy thanks to detachable screw terminal blocks and snap-on DIN-rail mounting.

The TSP Series has worldwide safety approvals to EN60950-1 and UL508 and EMC Compliance to EN61204-3 standards for industrial power applications. Some units can also be made available with ATEX certification for applications in hazardous locations.

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