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PS15V - PS24V - PS48V
The PS Series low cost auto ranging switching wall plug power supplies have up to 18W capacity. The desktop are 60W or 120W capacity.
They are available in a North American plug or European Plug model.
The small size and unique AC plug orientation of the wallplug power supply takes up less room on a plug strip or wall socket because it only takes a single position. Supplies are certified by UL, CE & comply with RoHS requirements. The 15W to 60W come with a 5.5/2.1mm DC Barrel Connector with center positive.
The 120W comes with a locking 4pin Mini DIN connector. The Pinout of the DIN Connector is as follows: (Note: Mating 4P Mini Power DIN Connector CUI Inc. Model:5700037)
Check out the TPDIN-SC48-20 in this picture. This is a battery bank, and the TPDIN™ is working hard to monitor the battery's voltages and the equipment the batteries are powering.
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Background: Using a shunt resistor can allow you to measure very high currents using the TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2. A shunt resistor is an external high current capacity resistor that is placed in-line with the current circuit. The shunt is usually constructed of an alloy called Manganin (86% Copper, 12% Manganese, 2% Nickel) because it has a stable resistance over temperature. The TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 measures the voltage drop across the resistor and displays the appropriate current.
2. Selecting a shunt resistor depends on how much current you need to measure. You can use the tool above to find the resistance needed to meet your Max Current requirements by changing the Shunt Resistor Ohms value until the Max Current displays your required current and then finding a shunt with the proper resistance and minimum watts value. For instance in the example above you may need to measure up to about 300A. You will need to find a shunt resistor with 0.000100 Ohms and at least 11W power capacity.
3. Another way to select a shunt is to find an available shunt with a current rating higher than your required current. Most common shunts are 75mV shunts. The TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 shunt input is +/- 33 mV. When using a 75mV shunt you will need to de-rate for a 33mV input.
a.For example, a 100A 75mV shunt will only be able to display up to +/- 44A on the TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 (75mV/33mV = 2.27 100A/2.27 = 44A)
b.Another way is to look at shunt resistance: 100A 75mV shunt , (E/I=Ω), 75mV/100A = 0.00075Ω. Enter the 0.00075Ω to the System page and you will see Max Current is 44A.
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• Input Voltage 9-36VDC
• 24V Gigabit Passive 4 Pair PoE Output
• Dual Inputs for Connecting 2 Power Sources
• Integrated 10/100/1000MB PoE Inserter
• High Power up to 24W
• Short Circuit, Over Current and Reverse/Over Voltage Protect
• High Temperature Operation to 70C
• Built-in Low Battery Disconnect and Surge Protection
Introducing our new 100W and 200W continuous power output solar systems. These RemotePro™ systems come with a large aluminum enclosure, solar charge controller, solar panels, batteries, required cabling, and mounting hardware (everything but the pole). These systems can manage heavy loads where the sunlight is plentiful, or lighter loads with only a little bit of sunlight. Go to our Solar Calculator to size your system today. If you don't know how to use the calculator or would like us to verify which system will work best for your application, click here.
-802.3at PoE input , 802.3af and Passive PoE outputs
-Extended Temperature Range: -40 to +70C
-Short Circuit and Over Current Protection
The POE-SPLT-48G-VUB is an active splitter which accepts an 802.3at Mode A/B or passive PoE (2 or 4 pair) input and provides two PoE outputs. Output 1 is an 802.3af Mode B PoE output with Data and PoE. Output 2 is a 48V Passive PoE Mode B output with PoE only, no data. The splitter is designed to supply power and data to one device and power only to the second device.
It is Gigabit compatible providing speeds to 1000MB. There are various protections for short circuit, overload and low voltage disconnect.
The TPBAT12-52 high rate valve regulated sealed lead acid (VRLA) AGM battery has been developed for long term operation in harsh environments. They have a high cycle life and impressive 8 year float life. They are designed to operate over a wide temperature range such as those experienced in outdoor equipment applications. The batteries can be installed in any position without affecting their performance or reliability. The batteries have a carrying/lifting handle for convenience. Click here for more information.