Tycon Power Systems Introduces New Dual Input/Dual Output Battery Charge Controller for Wireless Security ApplicationsRead Now
Utah company provides unique solutions for Remote Power
March 29, 2013 – Bluffdale, Utah – Tycon Power® Systems is excited to announce the release of its new Dual Input/Dual Output battery charge controller.
with 24VDC wire terminal and 48V POE outputs for backup power and remote power applications. The low cost SCPOE series can charge lead acid batteries from solar panel input and/or Power Over Ethernet (POE) input. The 8A solar panel input takes priority so when the sun is shining, grid power is not used. There are two outputs; The 30W Power Over Ethernet (POE) output utilizes a high efficiency DCDC converter to provide 48VDC POE and the secondary wire terminal output on the back is regulated at 24VDC.
“The TP-SCPOE-2448 was developed specifically to power a camera and a wireless radio from a 24VDC battery system” said Scott Parsons, CEO. “It is the essential building block for outdoor wireless surveillance applications."
The SCPOE series offers full protections for over-charge, over-discharge, short circuit, over-voltage and overcurrent. Low self consumption of <0.5W make them ideal for remote power applications. The units are rated for operation from -30°C to 60°C, suitable for year round outdoor operation in a weatherproof enclosure.
OEM and custom configurations are available upon request.
*MSRP is $89.95
Headquartered in Bluffdale, Utah, Tycon Power® Systems manufactures remote power systems for wireless and video applications and specializes in Power over Ethernet power solutions. It has offices and warehouse facilities in the USA as well as distributors and representatives worldwide.
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