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ADM releases new Mean Well security power supply

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article image Mean Well’s PSC-35 series power supplies

ADM Instrument Engineering announces the latest addition to Mean Well’s PSC family of security power supplies, the new 35W PSC-35 series.

Adopted widely by several leading global manufacturers of security monitoring systems, Mean Well’s PSC family has now introduced the PSC-35, which in addition to the primary output, has an additional charger output with a relatively small current that can be used for DC UPS applications with a back-up battery.

Perfect for low power security applications or small-scale battery back-up projects, Mean Well PSC-35 power supplies are available in either the PCB type or the enclosed type (with L-bracket and cover) form factors, giving the user considerable flexibility when designing their security systems.

In addition to security systems, the PSC-35 series is ideal for use in emergency lighting systems, alarm systems, DC UPS systems, central monitoring systems, and access systems.

Key features of Mean Well’s PSC-35 series power supplies include input range from 90VAC through 264VAC; two output options of 13.8VDC (adjustable range 12~15VDC) and 27.6VDC (adjustable range 24~29VDC) to cover most frequently used voltages seen in security applications, namely 12VDC and 24VDC; efficiency rating up to 86%; operating temperature range of -30°C to +70°C under free air convection; and increased reliability with fanless design preventing overheating.

Mean Well has designed the PSC-35 power supply complete with short circuit, overload, over voltage and battery low protection. A fuse also protects against battery reverse polarity while an alarm function is provided via TTL signal output for AC OK and battery low warning.

The PSC-35 series has been designed in accordance with global safety standards such as UL, CUL, TUV, CB, and CE, and is supplied by ADM complete with C-Tick.

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