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MORNSUN Unveils New AC-DC DIN-Rail Converter

MORNSUN has released 75W cost-effective AC/DC DIN-rail converter LI75-20BxxR2S Series with metal case.

MornsunThe LI75-20BxxR2S series features a 90-264VAC universal input voltage range and has compact dimensions of 32*125*87.5mm. It also has excellent EMC performance, high efficiency, high reliability and competitive cost.

Product Advantages:

Wide operating temperature range: Operating temperature range: -30℃ to +70℃

Compact size: Compact size: 32*125*87.5mm

Good EMI performance: CE and RE are CISPR32/EN55032 CLASS B, Harmonic current meets IEC/EN61000-3-2 CLASS A.

High-reliability:

  1. 3-year warranty, MTBF up to 300000 hours.
  2. Output short circuit, over-voltage, over-temperature, and constant-current protections.

Cost-efficiency: Advanced technology and manufacturing systems continue to optimize product costs.

Applications:

It is widely used in industrial control, LED, street light control, electric power, security, communication and other scenes with limited space to provide high stability, high anti-interference and high electrical performance power supply. This product is normally using in a natural air-cooled environment.

Features:

  • Universal Input voltage 90 – 264VAC or 120 – 370VDC
  • Accepts AC or DC input (dual-use of the same terminal)
  • Operating temperature range: -30℃ to +70℃
  • High I/O isolation test voltage up to 4000VAC
  • Output short circuit, over-current, over-voltage, over-temperature protection
  • DIN rail TS-35/7.5 or 15 mountable
  • Suitable for small chassis and narrow space installation
  • According to UL61010, UL62368

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