OLS200 Offline Switching Power Supply/Charger
OLS200
Offline Switching Power Supply/Charger
Overview:
The OLS200 is a power supply/charger that converts 115VAC 50/60Hz input into a 12VDC @ 10A of continuous
supply current (see specifications).
Specifications:
Supervision:
Input:
• 115VAC 50/60Hz, 1.9A.
Output:
• 12VDC output.
• 10A continuous supply current.
• Filtered and electronically regulated output.
• Short circuit and thermal overload protection.
Battery Backup:
• Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or
gel type batteries.
• Automatic switch over to stand-by battery
when AC fails.
• Maximum charge current 0.7A.
• AC fail supervision (form “C” contacts).
• Battery presence and low battery supervision
(form “C” contacts).
Visual Indicators:
• AC input and DC output LED indicators.
Features:
• Power ON/OFF switch.
• Includes battery leads.
Board Dimensions (L x W x H):
7.25” x 4.5” x 1.75” (184.1mm x 114.3mm x 44.45mm).
Installation Instructions:
The OLS200 should be installed in accordance with The National Electrical Code and all applicable Local Regulations.
1. Mount the OLS200 in the desired location/enclosure.
2. Connect AC power to the terminals marked [L & N], connect ground to the terminal marked [G].
Use 18 AWG or larger for all power connections (Battery, DC output, AC input).
Use 22 AWG to 18 AWG for power limited circuits (AC Fail/Low Battery reporting).
Keep power-limited wiring separate from non power-limited wiring (115VAC 50/60Hz Input, Battery Wires). Minimum 0.25” spacing must be provided.
CAUTION: Do not touch exposed metal parts. Shut branch circuit power before installing or servicing equipment.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer installation and servicing to qualified service personnel.
3. Measure output voltage before connecting devices. This helps avoiding potential damage.
4. Connect devices to be powered to the terminals marked [– DC + ].
5. When the use of stand-by batteries is desired, they must be lead acid or gel type.
6. Connect battery to the terminals marked [– BAT +] (battery leads included).
Note: When batteries are not used, a loss of AC will result in the loss of output voltage.
7. Connect appropriate signaling notification devices to AC Fail & Low battery supervisory
relay outputs marked [NC, C, NO].
LED Diagnostics:
Red (DC)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Green (AC)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Power Supply Status
Normal operating condition.
Loss of AC. Stand-by battery supplying power.
No DC output. Short circuit or thermal overload condition.
Loss of AC. Discharged or no stand-by battery. No DC output.
Terminal Identification:
Terminal Legend
L, G, N
– DC +
AC FAIL
NC, C, NO
Function/Description
Connect 115VAC to these terminals: L to Hot, N to Neutral, G to ground.
12VDC @ 10A continuous supply current.
Used to notify loss of AC power, e.g. connect to audible device or alarm panel. Relay normally
energized when AC power is present. Contact rating 1A @ 28VDC.
Low Battery
NC, C, NO
Used to indicate low battery condition, e.g. connect to alarm panel.
Relay normally energized when DC power is present.
Contact rating 1A @ 28VDC
Low battery threshold: 12VDC output threshold set @ approximately 10.5VDC.
– BAT +
Stand-by battery connections. Maximum charge rate 0.7A.
OFF
AC DC
15A
L
G
N
NC
C NO
NC C
NO
LOW BAT
AC FAIL
ON
5A 250V
--- BAT +
--- DC +
Altronix is not responsible for any typographical errors. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
140 58th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11220 USA, 718-567-8181, fax: 718-567-9056
website: www.altronix.com, e-mail: info@altronix.com. Lifetime Warranty, Made in U.S.A.
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