X Tronics: PULS DIN-Rail Power Supplies

November 30, 2020

X Tronics was recently pleased to announce that they are now representing PULS, LP in Canada.

PULS is specialized in the development and manufacture of DIN rail power supplies. The privately owned and managed company is known for its pioneering spirit, dedicated to perfection and innovative ideas.

PULS is the only company in the world focused entirely on the development and production of DIN rail power supplies. They concentrate their engineering knowledge, resources and energy on one goal: To be the best in this technology. As a result of this focus, they deliver the highest standards in terms of efficiency and quality that delight every customer who uses PULS Power supplies.

 

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DIMENSION DIN rail

Highest performance. Numerous variants. Full featured.

The DIMENSION family unites all the technological achievements PULS has made in the past 35 years. For customers this means the highest efficiency, longest service life and – of course – the smallest dimensions in the market.

X Tronics are continuously advancing the products are classified in three series: Q , C and X with 1, 2 or 3-phase input and a power of 80 to 960W.

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