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Power Supply, PS2

Power Supply, PS2

PS2

Item no. 917.93.041

Power Supply, PS2

PS2BB

Item no. 917.93.043
Product details

Application

A high quality, cost effective solution for powering two electric latch pullback exit devices.
  • Provides the necessary surge current that most latch pullback exit devices require.
  • Delivers the necessary in-rush current to power two latch pullback exit devices.
  • Independent inputs/outputs with priority sensing; with built-in delays each output harnesses the full capacity for the power supply.
  • Solid-state design eliminates mechanical problems associated with relays.
  • Thermal overload sensing reduces risk of failure due to overheating.
  • Fire alarm disconnect link.
  • Inputs triggered by dry contact.
  • Intelligent short circuit detection detects shorts much faster than glass or resettable fuses and isolates the short to the individual output.
  • Removable euro-style terminal blocks allow for easy wiring.
  • Efficient battery backup/charging circuitry with zero voltage drop at power loss (PS2BB)
  • Solid-state reverse polarity protection for battery connections (PS2BB)
  • Audible alert when sensing AC power failure & low battery (PS2BB)
  • Two solid-state inputs/outputs (input triggered by dry contact)

UL listed; CSA listed

Input voltage

120VAC

Output voltage

24 VDC regulated @ 2A (56 watt transformer)
LEDs: Red = Power indicator / Green = Channel on

Dimensions

12.5 x 15 x 5" (317.5 x 381 x 127 mm) (For the PS2BB, accommodates x x 7AH batteries)

Temperature

Range: -32° to 120 ° F

Note

Requires (2)ea. 12V 7 amp hour batteries (batteries not included) (PS2BB)

Corporate Office: Häfele America Co., 3901 Cheyenne Drive, Archdale, N.C. 27263
Phone: 800.423.3531, Fax: 800.325.6197, Local Phone: 336.434.2322, Email: info@haefeleamericas.com
19-Jan-2022