AutomationDirect RHINO Switching Power Supplies with Advanced Power Boost

November 17, 2020

New RHINO PRO (DIN Rail Performance Series) PSN and PSD series switching power supplies are available in single-phase and 3-phase input units and feature universal AC input voltage range (1-phase units), a built-in constant current circuit for charging applications (3-phase units) and a power boost of 150% for up to 7 seconds.

Current output is available from 3.4A to 40A at 24 VDC. The Advanced Power Boost (APB) feature protects the system and ensures continuing operation when a large inrush current is detected due to faulty load on a multiple load connection.

A built-in DC OK contact and DC OK/Overload LED indicator are common on both series. The RHINO PSD series, with built-in LCD display, gives users the ability to verify output current, output voltage, peak hold current, lifetime expectancy and ambient temperature data. 

Built-in active PFC (power factor correction) is up to 96% efficient, and the full power temperature rating is -25°C to +60°C @ 5,000m (16,400 ft.). RHINO PRO series power supplies from AutomationDirect start at $89.00 and have a three-year warranty.

Learn more by visiting: www.automationdirect.com/dc-power-supplies.

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