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AC power supplies

AC power supplies are used for supplying alternating current (AC) power to loads. The input can either be alternating current or direct current. In many cases, the power provided by wall outlets (mains supply) and various power storage devices... Read more Read more

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Product Brand Voltage type of supply voltage 1st secondary output voltage at AC (V) Max. output current 1 (A) Secondary voltage adjustable Rated voltage AC (V) Electrical connection Output voltage stabilized Power consumption (VA) Power output (W) Stabilized Short-circuit-proof Degree of protection (IP) Suitable for safety functions SIL (IEC 61508) Refurbished Modular version Direct mounting possible Wall mounting possible Rail mounting possible Built-in height (mm) Rated voltage DC (V) Performance level (EN ISO 13849-1) Rated voltage (AC 60 Hz) (V) Degree of protection (NEMA)
Comelit Accesoires AC Power...
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Comelit AC 12 V to 14 V 0.9 No 220 V to 240 V Screw-/spring clamp connection No 15 15 No No IP20 No None No Yes Yes Yes Yes 95 - - - -
Comelit Ikall AC Power...
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Comelit DC 33 V to 35 V 1.2 No 110 V to 240 V Screw-/spring clamp connection No 18 18 No No IP20 No None No Yes Yes Yes Yes 85 33 V to 35 V Level a - -
Comelit Accesoires AC Power...
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Comelit AC 12 V to 14 V 1.5 No 220 V to 240 V Screw-/spring clamp connection No 60 60 No No IP20 No None No Yes Yes Yes Yes 90 - - - -
Comelit Accesoires AC Power...
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Comelit AC 12 V to 14 V 2 No 220 V to 240 V Screw-/spring clamp connection No 60 60 No No IP20 No None No Yes Yes Yes Yes 105 - - - -
Schneider Electric Merten...
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Schneider Electric AC 24 V to 24 V 1 No 207 V to 253 V Screw connection No - 24 No No IP20 No None No Yes No No No 93 - None 207 V to 253 V EV001823
AC power supplies

AC power supplies

AC power supplies are used for supplying alternating current (AC) power to loads. The input can either be alternating current or direct current. In many cases, the power provided by wall outlets (mains supply) and various power storage devices is incompatible with the power requirements of the load. An AC power supply solves this problem by translating and fine-tuning the AC power from the electrical source to the voltage, current, and frequency that the device needs. This is done by stepping up or stepping down the voltages, followed by filtering. Thus, the device is supplied with electrical power in a controlled manner.