2223 Dual Switch Mode Power Supply

Brand: PR Electronics

  • 24 / 115 / 230 VAC supply voltage
  • 3.75 kVAC isolation
  • 2 adjustable 5...24 VDC outputs
  • Output: ±5...24 VDC, 10...48 VDC
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Thermal protection against overload
Features
  • The power supply is based on switch mode technology to achieve a high efficiency.
  • The outputs are adjustable by 2 front potentiometers in the ranges 5...24 VDC.
  • Two green LEDs, Power ON 1 and Power ON 2, indicate active outputs.
  • By connecting the two outputs in series, 10...48 VDC or ±5...24 VDC can be achieved.
  • The input circuit is protected with a bimetal thermal fuse.
  • DC output short circuit protection with current limiter.
  • Mounting for a standard 11-pole socket which can be adapted for DIN rail or plate use with PR’s 7023 adaptor and 7024 mounting keying.

Specifications

Approvals & Certifications

  • CE
  • EAC TR CU 020/2011
  • EN 60742
  • IEC 61140

Consumption

  • 4 W

Dimensions

  • 3.17" x 1.40" x 3.33" {80.5 x 35.5 x 84.5 mm (H x W x D)} - D is without Pins

Environmental Protection

  • IP30

Frequency

  • 50/60 Hz

Humidity

  • < 95% Relative Humidity

Isolation

  • 3.75 kVac at 250 Vac - Test/Working

Mounting

  • DIN Rail Mounting

Output

  • < 20 mVrms - Output Ripple
  • 0.18 A at 24 Vdc (4.3 W) Per Channel
  • 0.30 A at 15 Vdc (4.5 W) Per Channel
  • 0.37 A at 12 Vdc (4.5 W) Per Channel
  • 0.5 A at 5 Vdc (2.5 W) Per Channel
  • 4.75-25.2 Vdc
  • Typical 100 mA (Short Circuit) - Current Limit

Power

  • 7.5 W - Output Power

Supply Voltage

  • 103.5-126.5 Vac
  • 207-253 Vac
  • 21.6-26.4 Vac

Temperature Effect

  • 0.05% / °C - Temperature Coefficient

Temperature Range

  • -20° to 60° C (-4° to 140° F)

  • Supply for small measuring systems that demand 2 stabilized voltages.
  • Either as a combination of positive and negative voltages, or as 2 separate supplies as required.
  • The two supplies are galvanically separated with 500 VAC test voltage and can be connected in series or used as two independent supplies with or without common gnd. 
  • Separation of circuits in safety installations according to PELV/SELV.
  • Galvanic isolation between the primary and the secondary voltage is achieved through the double-isolated safety transformer.

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