Compact Phoenix Contact Step power supplies for small load applications

Phoenix Contact introduces three new variants to the second generation of Step power supplies. The new power supplies are available as 24 V dc/0.5 A and 12 V dc/1 A versions, as well as a 12 V dc/1.5 A model with a shallow-depth design. The 12 V dc/1.5 A power supply measures just 43 mm deep –18 mm smaller than the regular Step design. With its DIN rail clip, the Step can be mounted either on a rail or in a panel.

07/13/2010


Phoenix Contact introduces three new variants to the second generation of Step power supplies. Phoenix Contact introduces three new variants to the second generation of Phoenix Contact Step power supplies. The new power supplies are available as 24 V dc/0.5 A and 12 V dc/1 A versions, as well as a 12 V dc/1.5 A model with a shallow-depth design.

These new Phoenix Contact Step power supplies fill needs in applications with low current requirements or in low-profile. The 12 V dc/1.5 A power supply measures just 43 mm deep –18 mm smaller than the regular Step design. With its DIN rail clip, the Step can be mounted either on a rail or in a panel. While designed specifically for the building automation industry, the power supplies will work in any location that requires a compact and reliable power supply, says Phoenix Contact.

Phoenix Contact, in the U.S., based in Middletown, PA, develops industrial electrical and electronic technology. The company's diverse product range includes components and system solutions for industrial and device connection, automation, electronic interface and surge protection. Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany, operates 47 international subsidiaries, including Phoenix Contact USA in Middletown, Pa. Phoenix Contact’s formal Integrated Management System is registered to ISO quality, environmental and safety standards (ISO 9001:2008,14001:2004 and 18001:2007), the company says.

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- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com



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