A professional wall mounted CCTV Boxed Power supply offering the installer/user up to 18 outputs (1.1A MAX) PTC fuses and provide the user with a very stable and fully regulated 12Volt DC supply complete with surge protected outputs.
• Fuse Protection, Individual ressettable PTC per output (1600mA)
• Built in PSU trimmer for Voltage Regulation (10.8v-13.2v)
• Class I Switch Mode Power Supply
• Wall-mountable with hinged lid
• Resilient case with side entry knockouts
• Key lock lid
• Individual output jumper switches to isolate outputs
• Suitable for CCTV & Security applications
• Easy to install, operate and maintain
• Front Mounted indicator for mains OK status
• CE & RoHS Compliant
Output: 18 Output
Fuse Protection: Individual ressettable PTC per output (1600mA)
Total Current Rating: 20A Max.
Current Min: 0 Amp
Total Power Rating: 240Watt
Voltage Range: 180~264VAC
Inlet Style: Terminal block – Unit required to be earthe
Lid type: Key Lock
Protection: Overload and Over Voltage Protection
Operating Temp.: -20C to 60C (unit derates to 50% output between 50C and 60C
Operating Hum: 20 – 90% RH No Condensing
MTBF: approx. 50K Hours
Approvals: CE & RoHS Compliant
Safety: Withstand Voltage: I/P-O/P:3KVAC, I/P-FG:1.5KVAC, O/P-FG:0.5KVAC
Dimensions (mm): 315x205x270mm
Powder coated sheet steel with hinged lid.
Side and rear entry knockouts for cabling.
Four rear Knockouts for wall mounting.
Cooling: Free Air Convection (do not install in enclosed area)
The power supply input is via an IEC 320 (kettle) lead, (Supplied)
The metal case has pre-formed grommet holes for input and output cables and is supplied with keys, fixing screws and rubber grommets.
Ideal for installations or a wide range of applications including Intruder, Fire, CCTV, Access Control and General Purpose use.
PTC (resettable fuse) technology utilizes a unique Lead-Free polymer-based, Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) material to protect electrical circuits from over-current conditions. During normal operation, numerous carbon paths within the polymer allow the device to conduct electricity. As current through the PTC (resettable fuse) reaches its rated threshold, the polymer material begins to heat causing the polymer to expand. The resulting expansion breaks the carbon chains to reduce the current through the circuit to a small leakage current. The increased resistance in the resettable fuse works to protect circuitry by limiting potentially damaging current. When the fault (over current) is removed from the circuit, the PTC (resettable fuse) will reset itself thereby allowing current to flow through the circuit again