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PS1000 Industrial Power Supplies in Redundant Architectures up to Zone 2/Div. 2

Posted by Pepperl+Fuchs on Tue, Oct 19, 2021

Industrial power supplies of the PS1000 series are used everywhere in automation technology where high system availability, redundancy and economic efficiency are required. In the control cabinet and in field boxes in all industrial applications and process systems, they ensure an efficient and reliable power supply from 5 Amps to 40 Amps, for 12 VDC, 24 VDC or 48 VDC output. The PS1000 devices have ATEX, IECEx, and EAC approvals and are also certified for the North American market, allowing them to be used up to Zone 2/Div.2.

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Topics: Power Supplies, Redundancy

Sinking and Sourcing with Smart Transmitter Power Supply for Analog Input Applications

Posted by Pepperl+Fuchs on Tue, Jan 26, 2021

When selecting an intrinsic safety barrier for an analog input application, one of the biggest issues customers face is differentiating between sinking and sourcing. These terms are used to refer to where the power of the current signal is coming from. Not sure what they mean? Keep reading.

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Topics: Power Supplies, k-system

Industrial Sensors: Differences between No-load Supply Current and Load Current

Posted by Tim Cicerchi on Wed, Apr 02, 2014

The current consumption of an industrial sensor is a very important consideration. Knowing the current consumption of all your devices on a machine allows you to size wire properly and pick the right power supply for the application.

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Topics: Applications, Troubleshooting, AS-Interface, Power Supplies

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