Delta DRP048V240W1BA Datasheet

Delta DRP048V240W1BA Datasheet
CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Features
Reliable design with expected life time of
10 Years
Compact design for easy handling &
installation
Designed for Class 1 Div. 2 Hazardous
Locations
environments
(conformal
coating)
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant
Efficiency > 91%
Worldwide AC input range without power
derating
Overload/Overcurrent/Over-Temperature
protection
150% Power Boost(steady state peak
load) for 5 seconds
Model No. DRP 048V 240W 1BA
Weight:
0.97Kg.
Size:
121 mm X 85 mm X 124.1 mm (H x W x D)
Description
One of the latest CliQ II offerings from Delta, the World’s number 1 power supply company, the
DRP048V240W1BA provides an adjustable output, capable of operating from input voltages at 85-264 VAC,
at temperature range of -25°C to 80°C. With a rugged aluminum enclosure design that meets shock &
vibration requirements of IEC60068-2-6, and conformal-coated PCB assembly, this state-of-the-art design is
well suited to a broad variety of industrial applications worldwide.
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage (Nominal)
Input Voltage range
Input Frequency (Nominal)
Input Frequency range
DC Input Voltage (Nominal)
DC Input Voltage Range
Input Current
Efficiency
Inrush current (Cold Start)
Leakage Current
Power Factor
100 - 240Vac
85 - 264Vac
50 - 60Hz
47 - 63Hz
125 - 250Vdc
120 - 375Vdc
<2.5A @115Vac, <1.3A @230Vac
> 90.0% @ 115Vac & >91% @ 230Vac
< 35A @ 115Vac, @ 230Vac
< 1mA @ 240Vac
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OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Output Voltage (Nominal)
Output Voltage Tolerance
Output Voltage Adjust Range
Line Regulation
Load Regulation
Residual Ripple / (PARD), 20MHz BW
Output Current (Nominal)
Power Derating above 50°C
Rise Time
Start-Up Time
Hold-Up Time
Dynamic Response (with 0.1A/uS slew rate
or Vice-a-Versa)
Startup with capacitive loads
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48 Vdc
+/- 1% (Initial set point tolerance)
48 – 56 Vdc
< 0.5% Typical @ 85 to 264Vac input, 100% load
< 1% Typical @ 85 to 264Vac input, 0 to 100% load
< 100mVpp at 85Vac to 265Vac / PARD (200mVpp)
5.0 A
Derated Linearly 2.5% / °C
< 200ms @ full load (25°C) and typical line input
< 1000ms @ full load (25°C) and typical line input
> 20ms @ 115Vac, > 115ms @ 230Vac (100% load, 25°C)
Overshoot & Undershoot to be within +/-2% @10% to 100% of full
load
10,000µF max @ nominal input & O/P voltage of 48V (25°C)
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Device Description:
1)
Input terminal block connector
2)
Output terminal block connector
3)
DC voltage adjustment potentiometer
4)
DC OK control LED (green)
5)
Universal mounting rail system
Mechanical Drawing:
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimension
Weight
Cooling System
Input Terminal
Output Terminal
Output Indicator
Casing
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121 mm X 85 mm X 124.1 mm (H x W x D)
0.97kg
Convection
Pluggable connector 3 pin (Rated 300V/15A)
Pluggable connector 4 pin (Rated 300V/15A)
Green LED (DC OK)
Aluminum
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Block Diagram:
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
PROTECTION
60V +10%/-5%, SELV output, Hicc-up Mode, Non-Latching
(Auto recovery).
> 150% of rated load current, Hicc-up Mode, Non-Latching
(Auto recovery).
< 80°C Ambient [email protected] 100% load. Non-Latching (Autorecovery).
Hicc-up Mode, Non-Latching, (Auto-recovery when the fault is
removed).
Over Voltage Protection
Over Load, Over Current Protection
Over Temperature Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Over Load Protection
The Power Supply is provided with an overload
Over Voltage Protection
protection (OLP/OCP) function which protects the power
The Power Supply has an overvoltage protection (OVP)
supply from possible damage caused by excess current.
and is activated when the power supply feedback
The Power Supply also has an over temperature
circuit fails. The output voltage will not be > 57V+10%/-
protection (OTP) in case overload condition persists for
10%, under any Line/Load and operating ambient
an extended duration and is below the overload trigger
temperature. The Power Supply does not shut down
point but > 100% load Typically the overload current (IOL)
but goes into Hiccup mode (Auto-Recovery). The
is > ISURGE (150%) output voltage will start dropping when
output voltage will recover back to 48VDC once the
the power supply reaches max power limit. It will go into
fault is removed.
bouncing mode when the output reaches UVLO (under
voltage
point).
The
output
voltage
will
recover
Short Circuit Protection
automatically when the overload condition is removed
The Power Supply has a short circuit protection which
is in line with the overload protection and activates
Over Temperature Protection
whenever there is a short across the output voltage. It
The Power Supply has an over temperature protection
will go into bouncing mode and recovers automatically
(OTP). This is activated when the overload condition
when the fault is removed.
persists for an extended duration and the output current
is below the overload trigger point but >100% load. In
the event of a higher ambient operating condition at
100% load, the Power Supply will run into OTP when the
ambient temperature is > 80°C. When activated, the
output voltage will go into bouncing mode until the
operating ambient temperature drops to 50°C or output
capacity is reduced as recommended in the graph.
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Derating Curve
(For Horizontal and Vertical)
Note
1.
Do not use the device in areas outside of the shaded portion shown in the above graph. Internal parts may
gradually deteriorate and become damaged.
2.
For the power derating refer above graph ambient temperature > 50°C(in vertical ) and >40°C (In Horizontal),
the output capacity has to be reduced by 2.5% per Celsius increase in temperature. If the output capacity is
not reduced when Amb > 50°C(in vertical ) and >40°C (In Horizontal), device will run into thermal protection by
switching off i.e. device will go in bouncing mode and will recover when Amb is lowered or load is reduced as
far as necessary to keep device in working condition.
3.
If the device has to be mounted in any other direction, please contact your service provider for more details.
4.
In order for the device to function in the manner intended, it is also necessary to observe a lateral spacing of
20mm. from other equipments.
5.
Depending on the ambient temperature and output capacity of the device, the device housing can be very hot!
Output Derating VS Input Voltage
*No output power derating for all range of input
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Over Load Protection
*Typically the over load current (IOL) is > ISURGE (150%) output voltage will start dropping when the power supply reaches max power limit.
Over Voltage Protection
60V +10%/-5%
* The Power Supply does not shut down but goes into Hiccup mode (Auto-Recovery). The output voltage will recover back to 48VDC
once the fault is removed.
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
ENVIRONMENT
Ambient temperature (Operating)
Operating humidity
Ambient temperature (Storage)
Altitude (Operating)
Shock Test
Vibration (Non-Operating)
Bump
MTBF
Expected Cap Life Time
Material and Parts
Degree of protection
Class of protection
Pollution degree
-25°C to +50°C, with operation to 80°C possible with a linear derating
to half power from 50°C to 70°C
< 95%RH
-25°C to 85°C
2,500 Meters @ 40°C
IEC60068-2-27, 30G (300m/s2)
IEC60068-2-6, 10Hz to 500Hz @ 30m/s2 (3G peak) for all X, Y, Z
direction
IEC60068-2-29, 11ms/ 10gn
> 500,000 hrs @ Vertical orientation
> 400,000 hrs @ Horizontal orientation
Per Telcordia SR 332 and Tested at 115Vac & 230Vac input
100% load, 25°C
10 years (115Vac & 230Vac, 50% load and 40°C ambient).
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant, WEEE directive
IP20
Class I with PE connection
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Inrush Current
Output Voltage
Inrush current is the first surge current seen on the
input side when AC input is applied to the Power
Supply. It is the first pulse captured. See below for
the Inrush current in a typical Power Supply
The 48VDC connection is made using the "+" and "–
screw connections. At the time of delivery, the output
voltage is 48VDC. The output voltage can be set from 48
to 56VDC on the potentiometer seen as Adjust on the
front panel of each power supply
Start Up Time
Start-up time is measured from the point AC input is
applied to the point output voltage reaches within
90% of its set value. See below for a typical start-up
time characteristic.
Surge Load
Typical surge load capability of the power supply, the
PSU is capable of delivering 5 Sec. of Surge load about
150% of IO max the output voltage can be out of
regulation limits of + 5%.
Rise Time
Rise time is measured from the point output voltage
rises from 10% to 90% of its set value. See below for
a typical rise time measurement.
Dynamic Load
Additionally power supply is capable of dynamic change of
load from 0% to 100% with output voltage within +5% of
regulation limits. See below the dynamic behavior of the
PSU.
Hold Up Time
Hold time is the time when the AC input collapses and
o/p voltage retains regulation for a certain period of
time is called as hold up time. See in the picture below
a typical hold up time characteristic of a power supply.
The hold time is measured until the output voltage
remains in regulation hence it measured until the
output voltage reaches minimum regulation -2% of its
set value.
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Power Boost 150% for 5 Sec
*Surge Load; typical surge load capability of the power supply, the PSU is capable of delivering 5 Sec
Hold Up Time
* The hold time is measured until the output voltage remains in regulation hence it measured until the output voltage reaches minimum
regulation -2% of its set value.
Dynamic Load
V0±2%
100%
Load
10%
* The power supply is capable of dynamic change of load from 10% to 100% with o/p voltage within +2% of regulation limits.
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
Redundancy operation with DRP 20A- (40A)
Parallel Operation
When 2 Power Supplies are connected in parallel, they can share the load if the following steps are taken.
Step1. Measure the output voltages at no load from Anode1 to Ground i.e. Voltage Anode1 to Ground of PSU1 and
Voltage Anode2 to Ground of PSU2. If the voltages are not the same, follow Step 2. If they are the same, skip to Step 3.
Step2. . Adjust the output voltages, with the help of VR on the Power Supply front panel market as ADJUST, to the
same level. For e.g. if PSU1 is measuring 48.15Vdc and PSU2 is measuring 48.25Vdc, adjust the output voltage of one
to be the same as the other
Step3. Connect the Power Supply to the end system load and measure the output voltages from A1 to Ground i.e.
Voltage Anode 1 to Ground of PSU1 and Voltage Anode 2 to Ground of PSU2. Ensure that the output voltages are the
same even after the 2 Power Supplies are connected to load. If not, adjust them with the VR available on the front panel.
A tolerance of +/-25mV would be acceptable.
Note
1)
If the output voltage of any Power Supply is higher, it will take the initial load and share the maximum load.
2)
If the output voltages are the same, then an equal load current sharing between the 2 Power Supplies can be
achieved.
3)
The ORing diode must be of an appropriate rating. The rating must be at least 4 times of the output load current
and at least reverse voltage rating of 20Vrr.
4)
The use of a heat sink is advised to ensure the ORing Diode does not overheat.
5)
Recommended Redundancy Module: DRR-40A
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CliQ II DIN Rail Power Supply 48V 240W 1Phase
SAFETY STANDARDS /EMC
CCC
Bauart
UL/cUL Listed
SAFETY STANDARD
CISPR22,CISPR11 Class B
EN61204-3
EN61000-3-2
EN55022
EMI
EMS
• EN 61000-4-2 1)
Electrostatic Discharge Standard
(ESD)
• EN 61000-4-3 1)
Radiate Field Immunity
• EN 61000-4-4 1)
Fast transients (Burst Immunity)
• IEC 61000-4-5 1)
Surge voltage Immunity
•
•
•
•
Prepared
EN 60950-1
to UL508 and CSA C22.2 No.107.1-01
Industrial control equipment
UR/cUR recognize
to UL 60950-1 and CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
Information technology equipment
CE
EMC and Low Voltage directive
CB
Test certification and report to IEC60950-1
IEC 62103:2003/EN 50178 Electronic Equipment in power installations
Ex II3G ATEX 94/9/EC,
Hazardous location for ICE60079-0,
IEC60079-15 (pending)
EN 61000-4-6 1)
Conducted Immunity
EN 61000-4-8 1)
Power frequency magnetic field
EN 61000-4-11 2)
Voltage dips
1)
IEC 61000-4-12
Low Energy Pulse Test (Ring Wave)
Galvanic Isolation :
Input / output
type test/routine test :
Input / PE
type test/routine test :
output / PE
type test/routine test :
;FCC Title 47
Class B on AC & Class A on DC Side
Limitation of mains harmonic current Class A /
Information technology equipment (I.T.E) radio
Frequency equipment –Radio disturbance
Characteristic
LEVEL 4
Criteria A
Air Discharge
: 15 KV
Contact discharge : 8 KV
LEVEL 3
80MHz - 1GHz / 10V/M with 1kHz tone / 80% modulation.
LEVEL 3
Criteria A
2 KV4)
LEVEL 3
Criteria A
Common Mode
: 2 KV3)
Differential Mode : 1 KV4)
LEVEL 3
150KHz - 80MHz / 10Vrms.
LEVEL 3
Criteria A
10A/Meter
Input 100% dip 1 cycle, Main Buffering > 20ms, Self Recoverable
LEVEL 3
Criteria A
Common Mode
: 2 KV3)
Differential Mode : 1 KV4)
4.0 KVac/
1.5 KVac/
1.5 KVac/
1) Criterion A:
Normal operating behavior within the defined limits.
2) Criterion B:
Temporary impairment to operational behavior that is corrected by the device itself.
3) Symmetrical: Conductor to conductor.
4) Asymmetrical: Conductor to ground.
Delta RoHS Compliant
Restriction of the usage of hazardous substances
The European RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant limits the maximum impurity level of homogeneous materials such as lead,
mercury, cadmium, chrome6+, 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”. All items in the
catalog conform to this standard.
PFC –Norm EN 61000-3-2
Line Current harmonic content
Typically, the input current waveform is not sinusoidal due to the periodical peak charging of the input capacitor. In industrial
environment, complying with EN 61000-3-2 is only necessary under special conditions. Complying to this standard can have some
technical drawbacks, such as lower efficiency as well as some commercial aspects such as higher purchasing costs, Frequently, the
user does not profit form fulfilling this standard, therefore, it is important to know whether it is mandatory to meet this standard for a
specific application.
Conformal Coating
The Protective Coating Technology
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 preserve the performance of precision
electronic primarily by preventing ionizable contaminants such as salt from reaching circuit nodes where the material slumps around
sharp edges can be a problem especially in the highly conversing atmosphere.
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