DIN Rail DC Power Solution and DC Power Distribution Unit

New DIN Series Power Supply and Intelligent DIN Power Distribution Unit

Introducing the latest additions to our power supply and distribution line, the DIN Series Power Supply and the Intelligent Din Power Distribution Unit. These two models work in tandem to provide a reliable, efficient, and flexible power supply and distribution solution for various applications.

DIN Series Power Supply

The DIN Series Power Supply offers a 360 Watt output at 48 or 24 volts DC, with an input voltage range of 120-240 volts AC, making it a versatile power supply that can deliver a stable and efficient power supply to your equipment. Its high efficiency rating of 90 to 91% helps to reduce energy consumption and lower operating costs, while its integrated battery charging and low voltage disconnect features ensure that your equipment continues to receive power even during power outages.

Intelligent DIN Power Distribution Unit

The Intelligent Din Power Distribution Unit complements the DIN Series Power Supply by providing six DC load outputs, each rated at 15 A max and GMT fuse-protected, with an output voltage range of 10-60 VDC and a system current rating of 60 A. Its TCP/IP Ethernet connectivity, secure web server, and graphical user interface or SNMP provide easy-to-use remote monitoring and control of the connected loads, ensuring secure data transmission.

Fully Remote Monitored & Managed DC Power Solution over Ethernet TCP/IP

By integrating the DIN Series DC Power Supply and the Intelligent DIN Power Distribution Unit a great range of monitor and control features are enabled
  • Monitoring and control of battery and current of DC Power Supply and each output
  • Low voltage disconnect setpoints
  • Battery charge current settings
  • Manual or automatic power cycle or load shedding
  • Remote Alarm Report for each load output including fuse trip, voltage and current deviations
  • Up to 30 days at 1 minute sampling rate, csv file download, major event logging
  • Password protection, HTTPS encryption, TLS 1.2
  • Software Demonstration of DIN Series PDU
This level of remote control and monitoring can help to optimize the power supply and distribution system’s performance, reduce energy consumption, and increase equipment uptime. Overall, the DIN Series Power Supply and the Intelligent Din Power Distribution Unit offer a comprehensive power supply and distribution solution that can be easily monitored and controlled remotely, making them an ideal choice for various DC Power critical applications.

For technical support about our off the shelf products and customised power conversion solutions, get in touch today.

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