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May 17, 2022

 

The new SPS30 AC/DC In-Line Power Converter is a compact, cost-effective device that makes it easy to connect sensors and indicators that use DC power to a production line using AC. The SPS30 accepts 100­­­–240 V AC at its input and converts that voltage to 24 V DC at its output. Specifically, it converts a DC sensor’s output to a Normally Open 4-amp electromechanical SPST relay for switching AC or DC loads. In addition, the converter’s AC input line is available to remotely teach a sensor or activate an actuator. Separate SPS30 models feature either 4-pin M8 or 5-pin M12 connectors.

The SPS30 converts 100–240 V AC to 24 V DC, so that DC sensors, actuators, or other devices can be integrated into AC-voltage environments. Its 4-amp SPST relay allows it to switch AC or DC loads, and it has an AC input wire for remote teach or activating a job input on an actuator.

  • •Converts universal 100–240 V AC line voltage to 24 V DC to power DC sensors
  • •PNP or NPN sensor output actuates a 4-amp SPST-NO (1 Form A) electromechanical relay, depending on model
  • •AC to DC TEACH line teaches a sensor or acts as a job input to a touch button
  • •½-in. 20UNF 5-pin dual-key quick disconnect on AC side
  • •150 mm (6 in.) PVC cable with an M12 or M8 quick disconnect available, depending on model number

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To learn more about the new SPS30 AC/DC In-Line Power Converter from Banner, download the Data Sheet by clicking here or visit the Product Page by clicking here 

 

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