Electrical Power & Protection


Space -saving power supply units

March 2000 Electrical Power & Protection

Murrelektronik has expanded what was already one of the most comprehensive power supply ranges available, with two new additions: the MNG and MDG.

The MNG power supplies are single phase, smoothed units. They are available in 110, 230, 400 V or dual tap versions along with ±5% terminals. Output currents range from 1–18 A. All units are touch protected and have secondary fuses. They can be screwed to the panel wall or mounted on to DIN rail using an adapter plate. These power supplies are CE marked and have also recently received UL and SEE approval.

The MDG power supplies are three-phase, smoothed units. They are available in a 400 V with ±5% terminals or multitap (208–550 V) versions. Output currents range from 2,5–60 A. All units are touch protected and have secondary fuses. Effective ripple is <2%.

Mounting is again achieved by screwing down the unit, however, keyhole screw points make this easy even when the unit is hung on a back panel. These power supplies are CE marked and undergoing UL and SEE trials.

Murrelektronik's range of power supplies covers units from 0,1 to 100 A in smoothed, regulated, primary and secondary switch mode versions.





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