Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use QUINT

Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use QUINT
Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode
for Universal Use
QUINT-PS-100-240AC/12DC/10
QUINT POWER provides:
• Preventive function monitoring through
professional signaling
• Global use due to a wide range input
• A high level of operational safety even in complex
global networks
• Reliable startup of heavy loads due to POWER
BOOST
The reliability of a power supply determines the
availability of individual components in a system and
whether complex systems can function safely.
The globalization of markets increases the demands
placed on the power supply. A wide range input and a
high level of availability are required.
These requirements are met by Generation 2
QUINT POWER.
1. Short Description
The QUINT POWER product range offers universal
DC power supplies from 60 - 960 W. Depending on the
type, regulated and adjustable output voltages of
12 V DC, 24 V DC or 48 V DC are available for output
currents of 2.5 A, 5 A, 10 A, 20 A, 30 A, and 40 A.
These devices, which are designed as primary
switched-mode regulators, operate with a high level of
efficiency so that the heat loss is kept to a minimum.
The high level of operational safety is also ensured in
complex global networks. QUINT POWER also
operates in applications where static voltage dips,
transient power supply failures or phase failure are
common.
Large capacitors ensure mains buffering of more
than 20 ms at full load. All 3-phase QUINT POWER
units provide the complete output power even in the
event of a continuous phase failure.
Reliable startup of heavy loads is ensured by a
power reserve of up to 50% - the POWER BOOST.
Preventive function monitoring diagnoses an
impermissible operating state and minimizes
downtimes in your system. An active transistor output
and an electrically isolated relay contact are provided
for remote monitoring of this state.
This signal not only provides information on the
device function, but also indicates a system overload at
an early stage.
2. Area of Application
QUINT POWER can be used globally due to the
consistent provision of a wide range input.
In this way, your entire system can be tested at any
production location in the world and can be delivered to
any location in the world without faulty switching of the
input voltage. This reduces storage costs and logistical
effort.
An international approval package including CB
Scheme, UL 60950 for IT equipment, and UL 508 for
industrial control equipment enables the device to be
used globally.
Safe operation in adverse conditions is emphasized
by the approval of all QUINT POWER units with 24 V
output voltage by Germanischer Lloyd.
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Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use – QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
3. Technical Data
125 mm
(4.921 in.)
L (+)
130 mm
(5.118 in.)
activ e
PFC
N (–)
PE
DC OK
13
14
85 mm
(3.346 in.)
QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
1 AC
7
Input
Output
Signal
solid
[mm2]
flexible
0.2 - 2.5 0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5 0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5 0.2 - 2.5
AWG
CB
Schem U
uB
torque
[Nm]
[Ib in.]
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
Description
Type
Order No.
Power Supply
Primary switch mode for universal use
QUINT-PS-100-240AC/12DC/10
29 38 81 1
Technical Data
Input Data 1
Nominal input voltage
Input voltage range
Frequency
Current consumption (for nominal values)
Inrush current limiting/I2t (+25°C [+77°F])
Mains buffering for a nominal load (typical)
Switch-on time after applying the mains voltage
Transient surge voltage protection
Input fuse, internal
Recommended fuse
100 - 240 V AC (wide range input)
85 - 264 V AC
90 - 350 V DC
45 - 65 Hz
0 Hz
1.5 A (120 V AC)/0.6 A (230 V AC), approximately
15 A, approximately/1 A2s, approximately
50 ms
<1s
Varistor
6.3 AT (device protection)
Circuit breaker 10 A or 16 A
Characteristic B (EN 60 898)
< 3.5 mA
Discharge current for PE
Output Data 2
Nominal output voltage UN/tolerance
Setting range for the output voltage
Output current (continuous) during convection cooling
and nominal valuesPOWER BOOST IBOOST -25°C to +40°C (-13°F to
+104°F)
Nominal output current IN -25°C to +60°C (-13°F to +140°F)
Derating
Short-circuit current limit
Startup of capacitive loads
System deviation on:
Load change static 10 - 90%
Load change dynamic 10 - 90%
Input voltage change ±10%
Maximum power loss
No load/nominal load
Efficiency
Response time UOUT (10% - 90%)
Residual ripple/switching peaks (20 MHz)
Can be connected in parallel
Internal surge voltage protection
Signal Output Data
DC OK (active) 3
(Uout > 0.9 x UN = high signal)
DC OK (electrically isolated) 4
(Uout > 0.9 x UN = contact closed)
LED 6 (Uout < 0.9 x UN = LED flashing)
12 V DC ±1%
11.5 - 18.0 V DC
16 A (Uout = 18 V DC)
10 A (Uout = 18 V DC)
From +60°C (+140°F), 2.5% per Kelvin
IBOOST 5 16 A, approximately
Unlimited
< 1%, typical
< 4%, typical
< 0.1%, typical
4 W/22 W, approximately
> 84% (for 230 V AC and nominal values)
< 2 ms, typical
< 100 mVpp (for nominal values)
To increase redundancy and power
Yes, limited to 25 V DC, approximately
25 V DC
+12 V DC signal (with regard to the device weight)
40 mA, maximum
30 V AC/DC, maximum; 1 A, maximum
Green LED
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Pcs.
Pkt.
1
Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use – QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
General Data
Insulation voltage:
Input/output
Input/PE
Output/PE
Approval package
Electrical equipment of machines
Safety transformers for switched-mode power supply units
Electrical safety
(of IT equipment)
Industrial control equipment
Equipping high voltage installations
with electronic equipment
Safety extra-low voltage
Safe isolation
Protection against electric shock
Protection against dangerous shock currents,
basic requirements for safe isolation
in electrical equipment
Limitation of harmonic line currents
Mounting position
Can be mounted with spacing
LISTED
EN 50 178 (VDE 0160)
PELV (EN 60 204)
SELV (EN 60 950)
VDE 0100-410
DIN 57100-410
- Vertical
Horizontal
Degree of protection
Class of protection
MTBF
Housing version
Dimensions (W x H x D) + DIN rail
Weight
Climatic Data
Ambient temperature
Operation
Storage
Humidity
Vibration
Shock
Degree of pollution
Climatic category
4 kV AC (type test)/2 kV AC (routine test)
3.5 kV AC (type test)/2 kV AC (routine test)
500 V DC (routine test)
CB
Schem B
EN 60 204 (Surge Voltage Category III)
EN 61 558-2-17
EN 60950/VDE 0805,
UL/C-UL Recognized UL 60 950 u
UL/C-UL Listed UL 508 U
according to IEC 68-2-6
according to IEC 68-2-27
DIN VDE 0106-101
According to EN 61000-3-2
On horizontal NS 35 DIN rail according to EN 50022
* 5 cm (1.969 in.)
0 cm
IP 20
P, with PE connection
> 500 000 h according to IEC 1709 (SN 29 500)
AluNox (AlMg1), closed
Default upon delivery:
Rotated 90°:
(85 x 130 x 125 mm [3.346 x 5.118 x 4.921 in.])(122 x 130 x 88 mm
[4.803 x 5.118 x 3.465 in.])
1.3 kg, approximately
-25°C to +70°C (-13°F to +158°F) (> +60°C [+140°F] derating)
-40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Up to 95% at +25°C (+77°F), no condensation
< 15 Hz, amplitude ±2.5 mm/15 Hz - 150 Hz, 2.3 g, 90 minutes
in resonant frequency
30 g all space directions
2
(according to EN 50 178)
3K3 (according to EN 60 721)
c
Conforms to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and the
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
Noise Immunity According to EN 61000-6-2:
3)
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
EN 61000-4-2
Electromagnetic
HF field
EN 61000-4-32)
Fast transients
(burst)
EN 61000-4-43)
Input:
Output:
Signal:
Surge current loads
EN 61000-4-53)
Input:
Housing
Contact discharge:
Air discharge:
Housing
Frequency:
Field strength:
Output:
Signal:
Conducted
interference
EN 61000-4-62)
Voltage dips
EN 61000-4-113)
Simulation of
radiophone
EN 50204
I/O/S:
Frequency:
U 0:
Input:
Frequency:
Field strength:
Requirements
EN 61 000-6-2
QUINT-PS-100-240AC/12DC/10
4 kV
8 kV
Level 4
8 kV
15 kV
80 - 1000 MHz
10 V/m
Level 3
80 - 1000 MHz/1.4 - 2.0 GHz
10 V/m
2 kV
2 kV
1 kV
asymmetrical5)
asymmetrical5)
asymmetrical5)
4 kV (Level 4)
2 kV (Level 3)
1 kV (Level 2)
2 kV
1 kV
0.5 kV
0.5 kV
1 kV
asymmetrical5)
symmetrical4)
asymmetrical5)
symmetrical4)
asymmetrical5)
4 kV (Level 4)
2 kV (Level 4)
0.5 kV (Level 1)
0.5 kV (Level 1)
1 kV (Level 2)
asymmetrical5)
Level 3
0.15 - 80 MHz
10 V
0.15 - 80 MHz
10 V
30% reduction of the input voltage
for 0.5 periods
See input data:
Mains buffering
> 20 ms
Not required
900 MHz/1800 MHz
20 V/m
Noise Emission According to EN 50081-2:
Radio interference
EN 55011
Class A6)
EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B7)
Radio interference
EN 55011
Class A6)
EN 55011 (EN 55022) Class B7)
EN 55011 corresponds to CISPR11/EN 55022 corresponds to CISPR22
EN 61000 corresponds to IEC 1000
2)
Criterion A: Normal operating characteristics within the specified
limits.
3)
Criterion B: Temporary adverse effects on the operating
characteristics that the device corrects independently.
4)
symmetrical:
5)
Cable to cable
asymmetrical: Cable to ground
6)
Class
7)Class
A:
B:
Industrial application
Industrial and domestic applications
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Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use – QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
4. Device View, Connections, and Control Elements
13
14 D
OKC
+
+
13
1 D
O 4 OC
ut K
4
pu
t
–
–
+
DC + –
12
V –
10
A
3
7
DC
QUINT POWER
2
13
13
O
14 D
OKC
+
14 D
OC
K
ut
pu
+
–
–
+
tD
+–
C
1
2V
DC
–
10
6
A
O
K
11Adju
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18 t
V
5
AC In
1 pu
L 00-2t
4
N
1
0V
5
Figure 04
1 AC input:
Input voltage 85 - 264 V AC
Frequency 45 - 65 Hz
(0.2 mm2 to 2.5 mm2 solid)
(0.2 mm2 to 2.5 mm2 flexible)
(25 - 14 AWG)
Internal fuse 6.3 AT
Recommended fuse
10 A or 16 A c.b./Characteristic B
2 DC output:
Output voltage 12 V DC (default),
can be set from 11.5 -18.0 V DC using
a potentiometer 5 (0.2 mm2 to 2.5 mm2 solid)
(0.2 mm2 to 2.5 mm2 flexible) (25 - 14 AWG)
The device is idling-proof and short-circuit-proof.
3 DC OK output active
4 DC OK output electrically isolated
5 Potentiometer (covered) 11.5 - 18.0 V DC
6 DC OK LED
7 Universal DIN rail adapter UTA 107
5. Safety and Warning Instructions
QUINT POWER is a built-in device. Installation and
startup must only be carried out by qualified
personnel. The relevant country-specific regulations
(e.g., VDE, DIN) must also be observed.
Before startup it is particularly important to ensure
that:
• The mains have been connected correctly and
protection is provided against electric shock.
• The device can be switched off outside the power
supply according to EN 60950 regulations (e.g., by
the line protection on the primary side).
• The protective conductor is connected.
• All supply lines have sufficient fuse protection and
are the correct size.
• All output cables are the correct size for the maximum
device output current or have separate fuse
protection.
• Sufficient convection is ensured.
The housing temperature can reach high values
depending on the ambient temperature and the
load of the device.
The device contains dangerous live components
and high levels of stored energy.
To ensure that the device can be operated safely
and all functions can be used, please read these
instructions carefully.
Caution: Never carry out work when the
power is turned on, this is highly
dangerous.
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Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use – QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
6. Installation
6.1. Mounting
The power supply can be snapped onto all DIN rails
according to EN 50022-35 and should be mounted
horizontally (input terminal blocks facing downwards).
13
14 D
OKC
+
+
–
–
13
1 D
O 4 OC
ut K
pu
tD
+
C
+–
1
2V
DC
O
–
10
A
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AC In
1 pu
L 00-2t
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60
+ ¬¬40 °F
5…+1
-2 …
3
0
-1
95
4
5
–2
K
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To ensure sufficient convection, we
recommend a minimum spacing of 5 cm
(1.969 in.) to other modules above and
below the device. No minimum spacing
to other modules at the sides is required
for proper operation of the device.
The housing temperature can reach high
values depending on the ambient
temperature and the load of the device.
QUINT POWER
Installation Dimensions
N 40V
5
Figure 05
Narrow mounting position:
Installation depth 125 mm (4.921 in.)
(+ DIN rail)
122 mm (4.803 in.)
50 mm (1.969
DC
13 14 OK
++– –
Output DC 12V 10A
DC OK
Adjust
11.5-18V
130 mm (5.118 in.)
QUINT POWER
230 mm (9.055 in.)
115 mm (4.528 in.)
85 mm (3.346 in.)
Flat mounting position:
Installation depth 88 mm (3.465 in.) (+ DIN rail)
Input
AC 100-240V
L N
5
Figure 06
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6.2. Narrow Mounting Position
The device is supplied ex works for a narrow
mounting position.
Mounting:
Place the module with the DIN rail guideway on the
top edge of the DIN rail and then snap it downwards.
Removal:
Release the snap-on catch using a screwdriver and
then detach the module from the bottom edge of the
DIN rail.
6.3. Flat Mounting Position
A flat mounting position can be achieved by
mounting the module onto the DIN rail at a 90° angle.
To do this, mount the DIN rail adapter (UTA 107) 7 as
shown in Figure 08. No additional mounting material is
required. Mounting screws: Torx T10
(torque 0.8 - 0.9 Nm/7 - 8 Ib in.).
Mounting
Removal
Figure 07
Figure 08
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6.4. Connection of Various Types of Network: 100 - 240 V AC Networks
TN-S network
TN-C network
TT network
L
PEN
L
N
PE
L N
QUINT
MINI
L N
+ –
QUINT
MINI
MINI
QUINT
L
N
L
+ –
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
N
QUINT
MINI
+ –
L1
L2
L3
N
L1
L2
L3
PEN
L N
MINI
QUINT
L1
L2
L3
PE
L N
L N
+–
IT network
+–
MINI
QUINT
L N
+–
MINI
QUINT
+–
Figure 09
Connection Cable:
The device is equipped with COMBICON
connectors. This reliable user-friendly connection
method enables quick device connection and safe
isolation of the electrical connection, if required.
Only operate connectors when the power is
switched off.
To maintain UL approvals, use copper cables, which
are designed for operating temperatures of
75°C (167°F).
18 t
V
AC In
1 pu
L 00-2t
4
The following cable cross sections can be connected:
1 Input:
2 Output:
3 Signal:
Solid
[mm2]
0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5
Flexible
[mm2]
0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5
0.2 - 2.5
AWG
Torque
[Nm]
[Ib in.]
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
25 - 14 0.5 - 0.6 4.4 - 5.3
To maintain EN 60950/UL60950, flexible cables
require ferrules.
7 mm (0.28 in.)
For reliable and safe-to-touch
connection: Strip 7 mm (0.28 in.)
from the connector ends.
6.5. Input (1, Figure 10)
The 100 - 240 V AC connection is made using screw
connections L and N. The device can be connected to
single-phase AC networks or to two external
conductors for three-phase networks (TN, TT or IT
network according to VDE 0100 T300/IEC364-3) with
nominal voltages of 100 - 240 V AC.
Protecting the Primary Side
The device must be installed according to the
specifications of EN 60 950. It must be possible to
switch off the device using a suitable disconnecting
device outside the power supply.
Note that an all-pole disconnecting device must be
provided for two-phase operation using two external
conductors for a three-phase network.
For example, primary side line protection could be
used.
N
0V
5
Figure 10
Additional device protection is not required, as an
internal fuse is present.
Recommended Fuse:
Circuit breaker 6 A or 10 A, Characteristic B (or
equivalent).
A suitable fuse must be fitted for DC applications.
If the internal fuse is blown, this is most
probably due to a device fault.
In this case, the device should be
checked in the factory.
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Protecting the Secondary Side:
The device is electronic short-circuit-proof and idlingproof. In the event of an error, the output voltage is
limited to a maximum of 25 V DC.
It should be ensured that all output cables are the
correct size for the maximum output current or have
separate fuse protection.
The secondary side cables should have large cross
sections to keep voltage drops on the cables to a
minimum.
3
4
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6.6. Output (Figure 11)
The 12 V DC connection is made using the "+" and
"–" screw connections on the screwconnection 2. The
output voltage set upon delivery is 12 V DC.
The output voltage can be adjusted from 11.5 to
18.0 V DC on the potentiometer 5.
13
14 D
OKC
+
2
+
–
–
13
1 D
O 4 OC
ut K
pu
+
tD
C
+–
1
2V
DC
O
–
10
A
K
5
11Adj
.5- us
18 t
V
P
AP
Signaling
Both DC OK outputs are used for preventive function
monitoring of the power supply. An electrically isolated
signal contact 4 and an active DC OK signal 3 are
available. In addition, the DC OK LED 6 can be used
to evaluate the function of the power supply directly at
the installation location.
Active
DC OK switching output
(with reference to "-")
Electrically isolated
DC OK output
ON
Flashing
OFF
U = 12 V
U = 0V
U = 0V
Closed
Open
Open
Meaning
Output voltage
Output voltage
No voltage at the
greater than 90% less than 90% of output
of the set voltage the set voltage
Description
Output voltage
and current OK
Output 12V DC
13
14
DC OK
Green "DC OK" LED
U
Figure 11
+ + – –
DC OK
QUINT POWER
not operating,
because:
• No mains
voltage present
• Primary side
fuse is blown
• Device is faulty
max.
30 VAC/DC, 1 A
Figure 12
Electrically Isolated Contact (Figure 12)
When opened, the electrically isolated signal contact
indicates that the output voltage has fallen more than
10% below the set value. Signals and ohmic loads up
to a maximum of 30 V and currents up to a maximum
of 1 A can be switched.
With heavy inductive loads, e.g., a relay, a suitable
protective circuit (e.g., free-wheeling diode) is required.
Active Signal Output (Figure 13)
The 12 V DC signal is between the "DC OK" and "–"
connection terminal blocks and can be loaded with
40 mA maximum. This signal output indicates that the
output voltage has fallen more than 10% below the set
value when "active high" changes to "low".
The DC OK signal is isolated from the power output.
This ensures that a separate supply does not enter
from devices connected in parallel.
The 12 V DC signal can be connected directly to a
logic input for evaluation.
Output 12V DC
13
14
12 V DC
max. 40 mA
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DC OK
QUINT POWER
operating, but:
• Error at the load
• Current
consumption
greater than
IBOOST
• Output short
circuit
+ + – –
DC OK
Figure 13
Power Supply, Primary Switch Mode for Universal Use – QUINT 12 V DC/10 A
Signal Loop (Figure 14)
The two signal outputs mentioned above can be
combined easily.
DC OK LED
The green DC OK LED enables local function
evaluation in the control cabinet.
LED ON
LED
flashing
Normal operation of the power supply
The output voltage has fallen by more than 10%.
There is a secondary load short circuit or overload
outside the POWER BOOST area.
LED OFF
No mains voltage is present or there is a device fault.
Device 1
Device 2
13
14
Output 12V DC
+ + – –
12 V DC
40 mA
13
14
DC OK
Output 12V DC
DC OK
Example: Monitoring two devices
Use the active alarm output of device 1 and loop in
the electrically isolated alarm output of device 2. In the
event of an error, a group error message is generated.
It is possible to loop any number of devices.
This signal combination saves on wiring costs and
logic inputs.
+ + – –
DC OK
Figure 14
7. Function
7.2. Temperature Response
At an ambient temperature of up to +40°C (+104°F)
the device continuously supplies an output current of
16 A.
The device can supply a nominal output current of
10 A up to an ambient temperature of +60°C (+140°F).
The output power must be decreased by 2.5% per
Kelvin temperature increase for ambient temperatures
above +60°C (+140°F).
At ambient temperatures above +70°C (+158°F) or in
the event of a thermal overload, the device does not
switch off. The output power is decreased so low that
device protection is provided. Once the device has
cooled, the output power is increased again.
UOUT
[V]
240 W
360 W
UN 12
< 60 °C
< 40 °C
10
IN
IOUT
16
IBOOST [A]
Figure 15
UOUT = 12 V
Output current [A]
7.1. Output Characteristic Curve
At ambient temperatures Tamb < +40°C (+104°F),
the device can continuously supply 16 A with a 12 V DC
output voltage (Pout = 190 W).
With heavy loads, the working point demonstrates
the U/I characteristic curve shown in Figure 14. The
output current is limited to IBOOST.
The secondary voltage is reduced until the short
circuit on the secondary side is removed.
The U/I characteristic curve ensures that both heavy
capacitive loads and devices with DC/DC converters
can be supplied by QUINT POWER in the input circuit
without any problems.
Connected fuses are reliably tripped. The selectivity
in your system configuration is ensured at all times.
16
10
0
0
20
40
60
Ambient temperature [°C]
Figure 16
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7.4. Redundancy Operation (Figure 17)
Redundant connections are designed for supplying
systems, which place particularly high requirements on
operational safety. If a fault occurs in the primary circuit
of device 1, device 2 automatically takes over the
complete power supply without interruption and vice
versa.
For this purpose, the power supplies to be connected
in parallel must be large enough that the total current
requirements of all loads can be fully met by one power
supply.
External decoupling diodes are required for 100%
redundancy.
QUINT
10 A + –
QUINT
10 A + –
+
–
Y = 10 A
+ –
Figure 17
QUINT
10 A + –
QUINT
10 A + –
+
–
Y = 20 A
Figure 18
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7.5. Power Increase (Figure 18)
The output current can be increased to n x IN where
n is the number of devices connected in parallel.
The parallel connection for power increase can be
used to extend existing systems. A parallel connection
is recommended if the power supply does not cover the
current consumption of the most powerful load.
Otherwise, the loads should be divided over
independent individual devices.
A maximum of five devices can be connected in
parallel.
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7.3. Parallel Operation
Devices of the same type can be connected in
parallel to increase both redundancy and power. The
default setting does not have to be adjusted.
If the output voltage is adjusted, an even current
distribution can be ensured by precisely setting all
power supplies that are operated in parallel to the
same output voltage.
To ensure symmetrical current distribution we
recommend that all cable connections from the power
supply to the DIN rail are the same length and have the
same cross section.
Depending on the system, for parallel connection of
more than two power supplies a protective circuit
should be installed at each individual device output
(e.g., decoupling diode or DC fuse). This means that in
the event of a secondary device fault high return
currents are avoided.
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