DRP024V060W1BA (September 2012, Rev. 01)

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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Highlights & Features
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Reliable design, with expected life of 10 years
Compact, rugged design for ease of handling and installation
With Conformal Coating
(Class I Div. 2 Hazardous Locations Ready)
IP20 Compliant
Meets worldwide safety requirements
Efficiency Level V
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant
Worldwide AC input range without power de-rating
Overvoltage / Overcurrent / Over Temperature Protections
150% Power Boost (steady state peak load) for 5 seconds
Safety Standards
CB Certified for worldwide use
DRP024V060W1BA
0.37kg
121 x 32 x 125 mm
Model Number:
Unit Weight:
Dimensions (L x W x D):
General Description
The DRP024V060W1BA is part of the CliQ II series of DIN Rail power supplies from one of the world’s largest power supply manufacturers
and solution providers - Delta. This product provides an adjustable output capable of operating from input voltages at 85-264Vac, and a wide
temperature range of -20°C to 80°C. With a compact, rugged aluminium case that meets shock and vibration requirements (in accordance
to IEC60068-2-27 and IEC60068-2-6 respectively), and conformal-coated PCB assembly, this state of the art design is well suited to a broad
variety of industrial applications worldwide.
Model Information
CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
Model Number
Input Voltage Range
Output Voltage
Output Current
DRP024V060W1BA
85-264Vac (120-375Vdc)
24Vdc
2.5A
Model Numbering
DR
P
024V
060W
1
B
A
DIN Rail
Power Supply
Output Voltage
Output Power
Single Phase
CliQ II Series
Metal Case
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Specifications
Input Ratings / Characteristics
Nominal Input Voltage
100-240Vac
Input Voltage Range
85-264Vac
Nominal Input Frequency
50-60Hz
Input Frequency Range
47-63Hz
Nominal DC Input Voltage
125-250Vdc
DC Input Voltage Range
120-375Vdc
Input Current
< 1.40A @ 115Vac, < 0.80A @ 230Vac
Efficiency
> 90.0% @ 115Vac & 230Vac
Max Inrush Current
< 20A @ 115Vac, < 35A @ 230Vac
Power Factor
Conform to EN61000-3-2
Leakage Current
< 1mA @ 240Vac
Output Ratings / Characteristics
Nominal Output Voltage
24Vdc
Output Voltage Tolerance
± 2% (initial set point tolerance)
Output Voltage Adjustment Range
24-28Vdc
Output Current
2.5A
Output Power
60W
Line Regulation
< 0.5% typ. (@ 85-264Vac input, 100% load)
Load Regulation
< 1% typ. (@ 85-264Vac input, 0-100% load)
Residual Ripple / PARD (20MHz)
< 50mVpp / < 150mVpp @ 25°C
Rise Time
< 100ms @ nominal input (100% load, 25°C)
Start-up Time
< 2000ms @ nominal input (100% load, 25°C)
Hold-up Time
> 20ms @ 115Vac,
> 125ms @ 230Vac (100% load, 25°C)
Dynamic Response (Overshoot & Undershoot O/P Voltage)
± 5% @ 0-100% load
Start-up with Capacitive Loads
8,000µF Max
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Mechanical
Case Cover
Aluminium
Dimensions (L x W x D)
121 x 32 x 125 mm
Unit Weight
0.37kg
Indicator
Green LED (DC OK)
Cooling System
Convection
Terminal
Input Pluggable Connector 3 Pins (Rated 300V/15A)
Output Pluggable Connector 2 Pins (Rated 300V/15A)
Wire
Input AWG 22-12
Output AWG 22-12
Mounting Rail
Standard TS35 DIN Rail in accordance with EN60715
Environment
Surrounding Air Temperature
Operating -20°C to +80°C
Storage -25°C to +85°C
Power De-rating
> 50°C de-rate power by 2.5% / °C
Operating Humidity
< 95% RH (Non-Condensing)
Operating Altitude
2,500 Meters
Shock Test (Non-Operating)
IEC60068-2-27, 30G (300m/S²) for a duration of 18ms
Vibration (Non-Operating)
IEC60068-2-6, 10Hz to 500Hz @ 30m/S² (3G peak);
60 min per axis for all X, Y, Z direction
Bump
IEC60068-2-29; 11ms / 10gn
Pollution Degree
2
Protections
Overvoltage
< 32V ±10%, SELV Output, Hicc-up Mode,
Non-Latching (Auto-Recovery)
Overload / Overcurrent
> 150% of rated load current, Hicc-up Mode,
Non-Latching (Auto-Recovery)
Over Temperature
< 80°C Surrounding Air Temperature @ 100% load,
Non-Latching (Auto-Recovery)
Short Circuit
Hicc-up Mode, Non-Latching
(Auto-Recovery when the fault is removed)
Degree of Protection
IP20
Protection Against Shock
Class I with PE* connection
*PE: Primary Earth
Reliability Data
MTBF
> 1,000,000 hrs. as per Telcordia SR-332
Expected Cap Life Time
10 years (115Vac & 230Vac, 50% load @ 40°C)
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Safety Standards / Directives
Electronic Equipment in Power Installations
EN50718 / IEC62103
Electrical Safety
SIQ to EN60950-1, UL/cUL recognized to UL60950-1,
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, CB scheme to IEC60950-1
Industrial Control Equipment
UL/cUL listed to UL508 and CSA C22.2 No. 107.1-01,
CSA to CSA C22.2 No. 107.1-01 (File No. 181564)
Hazardous Location / ATEX
Pending
II 3G ATEX 94/9/EC;
IECEx Test Report
Certificate No. Pending
For IEC60079-0, IEC60079-15
CE
In conformance with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Material and Parts
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant
Galvanic Isolation
Input to Output 4.0KVac
Input to Ground 1.5KVac
Output to Ground 1.5KVac
EMC
EMC / Emissions
CISPR22, EN55022, EN55011, FCC Title 47: Class B
Component Power Supply for General Use
EN61204-3
Immunity to
Electrostatic Discharge
EN61000-4-2 Level 4 Criteria A1)
Air Discharge: 15kV
Contact Discharge: 8kV
Radiated Field
EN61000-4-3 Level 3 Criteria A1)
80MHz–1GHz, 10V/M with 1kHz tone / 80% modulation
Fast Transient / Burst
EN61000-4-4 Level 3 Criteria A1)
2kV
Surge
IEC61000-4-5 Level 3 Criteria A1)
Common Mode2): 2kV
Differential Mode3): 1kV
Conducted
EN61000-4-6 Level 3 Criteria A1)
150kHz–80MHz, 10Vrms
Power Frequency Magnetic Fields
EN61000-4-8 Level 3 Criteria A1)
10A/Meter
Voltage Dips
EN61000-4-11 Level 3 Criteria A1)
100% dip; 1 cycle (20ms); Self Recoverable
Low Energy Pulse Test (Ring Wave)
IEC61000-4-12 Level 3 Criteria A1)
Common Mode2): 2kV
Differential Mode3): 1kV
1) Criteria A: Normal performance within the specification limits
2) Asymmetrical: Common mode (Line to earth)
3) Symmetrical: Differential mode (Line to line)
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Block Diagram
PRIMARY
INPUT
CONNECTOR
L
L
N
N
PE
G
B+
SECONDARY
1.2
2.1
1.1
2.2
OUTPUT
CONNECTOR
B+
+24V
Vgs
EMI FILTER &
BRIDGE RECTIFIER
FLYBACK DC-DC
CONVERTOR CS
RL1
GND_SEC
VIN
RL2
Input
PGND_PRI
PGND_PRI
G
Vcc
RL1
Input
RETURN
I_SENSE
Output
G
+24V
OUTPUT RECTIFIER
& OUTPUT FILTER
PGND_PRI
+24V_FB
Input
Output
PGND_SEC Output
V_AUX
RELAY CIRCUIT
RL2
Output
SGND_PRI
Input
1.1
V_AUX
VCC AUXILIARY PRI
Vcc
Output PGND_PRI
Input
1.2
+24V_FB
FEEDBACK
CONTROLLER
Output SGND_SEC
Input
1.2
CS
FEED FORWARD
Output
PGND_PRI
Input
1.1
+24V_FB
Vgs
CS
VIN
I_SENSE
PWM CONTROLLER
Vcc
Input
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SGND_PRI Output
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OVER VOLTAGE
PROTECTION
Output SGND_SEC
Input
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Device Description
(3)
(2)
(5)
(4)
(1)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Input terminal block connector
Output terminal block connector
DC voltage adjustment potentiometer
DC OK control LED (Green)
Universal mounting rail system
Dimensions
L x W x D: 121 x 32 x 125 mm
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Engineering Data
De-rating
100
Note
Percentage of Max Load (%)
90
1.
80
70
60
2.
50
40
30
20
10
3.
0
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Surrounding Air Temperature (˚C)
4.
Fig. 1.1 Derating for Vertical and Horizontal Mounting Orientation
> 50°C derate power by 2.5% / °C
5.
Power supply components may degrade,
or be damaged, when the power supply is
continuously used outside the shaded region,
refer to the graph shown in Fig. 1.1.
If the output capacity is not reduced when
surrounding air temperature >50°C, the device
will run into Over Temperature Protection.
When activated, the output voltage will go
into bouncing mode and will recover when the
surrounding air temperature is lowered or the
load is reduced as far as necessary to keep
the device in working condition.
If the device has to be mounted in any other
orientation, please do not hesitate to contact
info@deltapsu.com for more details.
In order for the device to function in the
manner intended, it is also necessary to keep
a safety distance of 20mm with adjacent units
while the device is in operation.
Depending on the surrounding air temperature
and output load delivered by the power
supply, the device housing can be very hot!
Output De-rating VS. Input Voltage
No output power de-rating across the entire input
voltage range
100
Load (%)
90
80
70
60
50
40
85
95
100
115
120
140
160
Input Voltage (Vac) 60Hz
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200
240
264
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Assembly & Installation
The power supply unit (PSU) can be mounted on 35mm DIN rails in accordance with EN60715. The device should be installed with input
terminal block at the bottom.
Each device is delivered ready to install.
Mounting
Dismounting
2
3
2
1
3
1
Fig. 2.1 Mounting
Fig. 2.2 Dismounting
Snap on the DIN rail as shown in Fig. 2.1:
1. Tilt the unit slightly upwards and insert it onto the DIN rail.
2. Push downwards until stopped.
3. Press against the bottom front side for locking.
4. Shake the unit slightly to ensure that it is secured.
To uninstall, pull or slide down the latch as shown in Fig. 2.2. Then
slide the PSU in the opposite direction, relase the latch and pull out
the PSU from the rail.
Connection
1
2
Fig. 3.1
Fig. 3.2
CAUTION: Tighten wire to housing (Fig. 3.1) before plugging into the terminal block connection (Fig. 3.2).
In accordance to EN60950 / UL60950, flexible cables require ferrules. Use appropriate copper cables designed to sustain operating
temperature of 60°C / 75°C or more to fulfill UL requirements.
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply
24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Safety Instructions
50mm
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Convection
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20mm
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50mm
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ALWAYS switch mains of input power OFF before connecting or disconnecting
the input voltage to the unit. If mains are not turned OFF, there is risk of
explosion / severe damage.
To guarantee sufficient convection cooling, keep a distance of 50mm
above and below the device as well as a lateral distance of 20mm to
other units.
Note that the enclosure of the device can become very hot depending on the
surrounding air temperature and load of the power supply. Risk of burns!
Only plug in and unplug connectors when power is turned off!
DO NOT insert any objects into the unit.
Hazardous voltages may be present for up to 5 minutes after the input mains
voltage is disconnected. Do not touch the unit during this time.
The power supplies unit should be installed in minimum IP54 rated enclosure.
The power supplies are built in units and must be installed in a cabinet or room
(condensation free environment and indoor location) that is relatively free of
conductive contaminants.
Convection
Functions
Graph illustrating the Start-up Time, Rise Time, and Hold-up Time
Rise Time
Hold Up Time
Start Up Time
Output Voltage (VO)
90% of VO
95% of VO
10% of VO
AC Input Voltage
AC Input OFF
AC Input ON
Start-up Time
The time required for the output voltage to reach 90% of its set value, after the input voltage is applied.
Rise Time
The time required for the output voltage to change from 10% to 90% of its set value.
Hold-up Time
Hold up time is the time when the AC input collapses and output voltage retains regulation for a certain period of time. The time required for
the output to reach 95% of its set value, after the input voltage is removed.
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24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Inrush Current
Surge Load
Inrush current is the peak, instantaneous, input current measured;
and, occurs when the input voltage is first applied. For AC input
voltages, the maximum peak value of inrush current will occur
during the first half cycle of the applied AC voltage. This peak value
decreases exponentially during subsequent cycles of AC voltage.
It is the reserve power available constantly that allows reliable startup
of loads with high inrush current. After the output has reached its
steady state set value, the power supply can support surge loads of
up to 150% of maximum rated load (Io Max), for a maximum duration
of 5 seconds. The maximum allowed rate of load change is 0.1amps
per microseconds, and the voltage can vary ±5% from the set value
during the duration of the surge load.
li / linr p
Output Current
1.0
0.9
0.5
tinr h
0.3
IO 150%
IO100%
0.1
0
t (sec)
5 sec
t (sec)
tinr r
Overload & Overcurrent Protections
Step Load Response
The power supply output voltage will remain within ±5% of its steady
state value, when subjected to a step load from 0 to 100% of its
rated current.
Output Voltage (VO)
VO ±5%
The power supply’s Overload (OLP) and Overcurrent (OCP)
Protections will be activated when output current exceeds 150%
of IO (Max load). In such occurrence, the VO will start to droop and
once the power supply has reached its maximum power limit, the
protection is activated and the power supply will go into “Hiccup
mode” (Auto-Recovery). The power supply will recover once the fault
condition of the OLP and OCP is removed and IO is back within the
specifications.
Output Voltage (VO)
Load >150%
(Output Hiccup)
100% Load
0% Load
100
100
t (mS)
Overvoltage Protection
0% Load
The power supply’s overvoltage circuit will be activated when its
internal feedback circuit fails. The output voltage shall not exceed its
specifications defined on Page 3 under “Protections”.
Max OVP Level
OVP
Nominal
O/P Voltage
Variable O/P Voltage Range
Auto-Recovery
to Normal
Output Voltage
Zero Output
Typical Overvoltage Condition as seen at the O/P
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150% Load
t (sec)
Additionally, if the IO is <150% but >100% for a prolong period of
time (depending on the load), the Over Temperature Protection (OTP)
will be activated due to high temperature on critical components.
The power supply will then go into “Hiccup mode” until the fault is
removed.
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24V 60W 1 Phase / DRP024V060W1BA
Over Temperature Protection
Short Circuit Protection
As mentioned above, the power supply also has Over Temperature
Protection (OTP). This is activated when the overload condition
persists for an extended duration and the output current is below
the overload trigger point but >100% load. In the event of a higher
operating condition at 100% load, the power supply will run into OTP
when the surrounding air temperature is >80°C. When activated,
the output voltage will go into bouncing mode until the operating
aurrounding air temperature drops to 50°C or output capacity is
reduced as recommended in the derating graph.
The power supply’s output OLP/OCP function also provides
protection against short circuits. When a short circuit is applied,
the output current will operate in “Hiccup mode”, as shown in the
illustration in the OLP/OCP section on this page. The power supply
will return to normal operation after the short circuit is removed.
Operating Mode
PSU 1
PSU 2
Redundancy Operation
DRR-20A/40A
In order to ensure proper redundancy operation
for the power supply unit (PSU), ensure that
the output voltage difference between the two
units is kept at 0.45~0.50V for 24V supplies.
Follow simple steps given below to verify:
LOAD
Terminal
Com
Step 1.
Measure output voltage of PSU 1 and PSU 2. If
PSU 1 is the master unit, then Vo of PSU 1 must
be higher than PSU 2.
KEY
+ Output
- Common Signal
DC OK
Signal
Terminal
L (L1)
L (L2)
PE
In order to set the output voltage connect the
power supply to 50% load and set the PSU 1 and
PSU 2 output voltage.
Step 2.
Connect the right DRR module, 20A as per the
system requirement to the power supply units
PSU 1 and PSU 2 at Vin 1 & Vin 2 respectively.
Fig. 4.1 Redundancy / Parallel Operation Connection Diagram
*Vdrop will vary from 0.60V to 0.90V (Typical 0.65V) depending on the load current
and surrounding air temperature.
Step 3.
Connect the system load from Vout. Please note
that output voltage Vout from DRR module will be
= Vo (output voltage of power supply) – Vdrop* (in
DRR module).
Parallel Operation
These DRR modules can also be used for Parallel function in order to increase the output power by N+1 (e.g. 2.5A + 2.5A = 5A or 2.5A +
2.5A + 2.5A = 7.5A) or current sharing, and thus increasing the power supply and system reliability. Though the DRP024V060W1BA is not
designed for current sharing, a good current sharing between two power supplies can be achieved by following simple steps as below (Refer
to Fig. 4.1 for the Connection Diagram).
Step 1.
Set output load condition for both supplies at 50% and measure the
output voltages.
Step 2.
Adjust output voltages to the same level or within ±25mV difference.
Step 3.
Connect PSU 1 and PSU 2 with the DRR-20A module and measure
Vin 1 and Vin 2 to verify the voltage difference. Ensure the voltages are
within ±25mV.
Step 4.
Output voltage from DRR module Vout will be = Vo (output voltage of
power supply) – Vdrop* (in DRR module).
*Vdrop will vary from 0.60V to 0.90V (Typical 0.65V) depending on the load current and surrounding air temperature.
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Others
Delta RoHS Compliant
Restriction of the usage of hazardous substances
The European directive 2011/65/EC limits the maximum impurity level of homogeneous materials such as lead, mercury,
cadmium, chrome, polybrominated flame retardants PBB and PBDE for the use in electrical and electronic equipment.
RoHS is the abbreviation for “Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment”.
This product conforms to this standard.
Conformal Coating
The Protective Coating Technology
CONFORMAL COATING
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Delta Electronics Group has designed the perfect dipping technique which penetrates everywhere including under device,
and prevents leakage. The conformal coating dipping can be applied to PCBs or circuit board. The coating preserves the
performance of precision electronic primarily by preventing ionizable contaminants such as salt from reaching circuit nodes,
where the material slumps around sharp edges. This can be a problem especially in highly conversing atmosphere.
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