DC power supplies
The 787 Epsitron ECO power supplies have three Ex approvals and feature DIN rail mount metal housing and monitoring with two LEDs for status indication.
The Epsitron ECO 787 series from Wago are 24V DC power supplies that have three Ex approvals (UL Class 1, Div.2, ATEX and IECEx). Available in 2.5, 5 or 10 Amps, the 787 Series accepts a wide input range of 85-264V AC input and 24V DC output.
The power supplies feature DIN rail mount metal housing and quick monitoring with two LEDs for easy status indication. The Cage Clamp wiring technology enables fast, simple and maintenance-free wiring.
Epsitron ECO power supplies are ideal for applications in hazardous areas that require Ex approvals—typically in process applications—such as chemical plants, refineries, ship building, off-shore, sewage treatment, grain mills and other applications.
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