Traco TBL power supplies fit into every distribution box
Low profile, higher safety and a wide spectrum of power ranges ensures, that in the TBL series you´ll find the right type for your demands.
Quality AC/DC power supplies for industrial automation and equipment of buildings (intelligent houses, ...) are one of the fundamental supposals of a successful and reliable application. But how to choose the “right one”? Sure, there´s a lot of criteria and one of them is the requirement to fit into flat - low profile distribution boxes. This requirement is well met in the Traco TBL series, with the height of only 54,5 mm (after attaching to a DIN rail). TBL series provides a high safety (safety class II) and meets for example UL 1310 class II requirements (15-90W models). A big advantage is a wide range of operating temperatures -25 to +70°C (up to +60°C without power derating).
TBL series is available in 5 power ranges from 15 to 150W and also available is the 60W backup source (UPS) TBL-BC comprising circuitry for battery management. If necessary, it´s also possible to adjust output voltage (5-5,2V, 12-16V, 24-28V) - for example to compensate long conductors to a target device. In respect to an overall design and a high reliability, the TBL series is also suitable for supplying of security devices (alarms).
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Advantages / Features:
- versatile industrial AC/DC power supplies with a high safety
- low profile - suitable for flat distribution boxes and control panels
- safety class II device (IEC/EN61140)
- UL 1310 class II, UL 508 (models to 90W)
- universal input 85-264 VAC
- 5 power ranges 15 -150W
- operating temperatures range -25 to +70°C
- models with 5V, 12V or 24V output
- adjustable output voltage
- shortcut and overload protection
- DC-OK indication
- easy installation to a DIN rail or a wall
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