INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
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PLUG-IN POWER SUPPLIES, ≥29v
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
These Acopian Plug-in power supplies plug into standard 8-pin octal sockets (order accessory Socket SL608). As an option, they can alternately be
provided with solder terminal connections. Four mounting holes (6-32) are provided in the base for fastening the module when used in other than
the upright position, or if extreme vibration will be encountered.
Even a relatively small amount of air flowing around and through a power supply will significantly reduce the rise in its temperature resulting from
operation, and therefore the temperature of the critical components within it, improving both reliability and stability. Avoid blocking air flow through
perforated surfaces. Allow free air to circulate around heat sinks. Space at least one inch away from surrounding objects.
Make all connections before applying AC input power.
For models with the Remote Voltage Sensing Option (model number with “R” prefix):
THE SENSING TERMINALS (PINS) MUST BE CONNECTED to the output terminals, either at the power supply socket or at the load. Failure
to have the sense terminals connected will affect the output voltage (usually causing it to be higher than the rating of the supply, and
unadjustable), and may result in permanent damage to both the power supply and its load. If voltage drops in the output voltage leads (which
degrade regulation) are not objectionable, local sensing can be used. However, if the best possible regulation at the load is required, then
connect the sense terminals to the output leads as closely as possible to the load, as shown in the schematic. This configuration permits the
power supply to sense and compensate the voltage actually across the load. Note that remote sensing is capable of compensating only
limited wiring drops. The voltage across the load, plus the voltage drops through the wiring, must be within the output voltage range of the
supply for the voltage at the load to remain within the load regulation specification.
If there is any possibility of voltage from another source (another power supply, a battery, transients, etc) being applied to the power supply’s output
terminals, protect the power supply by using a diode in series with one of the output leads.
Do not attempt to directly parallel the outputs of two power supplies. This would result in current flowing from the higher-set output into the lowerset output, and probable damage to both circuits. Outputs may be connected in series to obtain a higher voltage provided that a reverse-biased
diode, having PIV and current ratings exceeding the combined output, is used across each output; however, keep in mind that the output current to
be drawn cannot exceed the output current rating of the lowest rated supply used.
Frequent fuse failure is symptomatic of power supply overload, a short circuited output, a tripped overvoltage protector, or power supply failure. Do
not overfuse; this can result in damage to the power supply.
If the AC input power contains large voltage spikes (‘noise’) induced by the switching of high currents, inductive loads, electro-mechanical
components, etc., the input power leads to the supply should include some means of transient suppression. Otherwise, a portion of the noise may
be coupled through the supply to the load. Also, the supply could be damaged. The means of suppression that is easiest to install is a 1 mfd.
capacitor or a metal oxide surge suppressor (MOV) across the AC input terminals of the supply. In extremely severe cases, the use of RF chokes
in series with each side of the line may also be required.
OPTIONAL - solder terminals
STANDARD - Plug-in
Voltage Adjust
(accessible with screwdriver)
Rev3
The overvoltage protection circuit of power supplies equipped with this option will trip whenever the output voltage rises to the trip voltage (even if
only instantaneously, as can occur if a load transient feeds back into the power supply), and will remain latched until the output voltage is interrupted.
It can be reset without changing the control settings simply by switching the power supply off momentarily.
6-32 x .25" deep
Mounting Holes(4)
Standard 8-Pin
Octal Plug
Voltage Adjust
(accessible with screwdriver)
J
J
For installation:
.25 dia. clearance
holes on .375 centers
are recommended
6-32 x .25" deep
Mounting Holes(4)
Q
M
.375
typ.
1
2
L
6
3
NAME
PLATE
4
1
M
HEATSINK
8
6
NAME
PLATE
7
HEATSINK
.187
5
L
2 3-5 7
4
Q
R
V
.075
V
.25 max.
W
*H
W
*H
*H dimension includes HEATSINK on BSL, USL, WSL, and HSL case sizes.
*H dimension includes HEATSINK on BS, US, WS, and HS case sizes.
Case
Size
L
W
H*
M
V
J
Q
Approx.
Weight
Case
Size
L
W
H*
M
V
J
Q
R
AS
BS
TS
US
WS
HS
3.40
3.40
3.33
3.33
3.40
3.40
3.28
3.28
4.15
4.15
5.02
5.02
4.67
5.33
4.85
5.53
5.53
6.65
2.625
2.625
2.562
2.562
2.562
2.562
2.625
2.625
2.750
2.750
3.562
3.562
1.00
1.00
1.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
.66
.66
.62
.62
.62
.62
2 lb. 8 oz.
2 lb. 14 oz.
3 lb. 6 oz.
3 lb. 8 oz.
4 lb. 14 oz.
5 lb.
ASL
BSL
TSL
USL
WSL
HSL
3.40
3.40
3.33
3.33
3.40
3.40
3.28
3.28
4.15
4.15
5.02
5.02
4.60
5.26
4.78
5.47
5.47
6.58
2.625
2.625
2.562
2.562
2.562
2.562
2.625
2.625
2.750
2.750
3.562
3.562
.93
.93
1.05
1.05
1.05
1.05
.66
.66
.62
.62
.62
.62
.34
.34
.75
.75
1.37
1.37
The complete Acopian catalog is available on the Internet at http://www.acopian.com
P.O. Box 638, Easton, PA 18044 • Phone: (610) 258-5441 • FAX: (610) 258-2842
Approx.
Weight
2 lb. 8 oz.
2 lb. 14 oz.
3 lb. 6 oz.
3 lb. 8 oz.
4 lb. 14 oz.
5 lb.
PLUG-IN POWER SUPPLIES, ≥29v
Acopian Plug-in power supplies are ideally suited to all applications where compact, high performance and high reliability power supplies
are required. Octal plug interconnections provide mounting and wiring convenience and flexibility. All models have floating outputs which
may be used floating, with either the positive or negative side grounded, and/or in series with other supply(ies). Provision for remote
sensing of output voltage at the load is available as an option, for applications where voltage regulation is critical. The supplies are
conservatively rated for operation at ambient temperatures to +65°C.
Output Connections when
Remote Sensing Option is included:
K5
R1
K1
T1
L
2
Q5
+
C1
K2
R2
Q1
Q2
K9
K7
+
C7
C2
R13
R18
R14
Q4
C9
1
Z1
R3
+OUT 3
3 +OUT
R4
+
R5
C5
R10
R15
+ SENS 4
C8
*
K8
Q3
CW
R7
+
K3 K4
AC INPUT
N
K6
C4
remote V adj
OVERVOLTAGE
PROTECTOR
R8
– SENS 6
+
K10
C6
Z2
K11
R6
– OUT 7
R9
7 – OUT
8
Numbers correspond to
plug pins on Plug-in models,
or terminals on Solder Terminal
models.
CASE
LOAD
(optional )
*THE DOTTED LINE CONNECTION IS REQUIRED,
unless remote voltage adjustment is used.
If using remote adjustment, the built-in
adjustment must be turned fully CCW and the
remote pot should have a value of 5K (0.5w).
Output Connections when Remote
Adjustment Option is included:
+OUT 3
105 -125 VAC, 50-400Hz
(Standard)
5
210 -250 VAC, 50-400Hz
(When model number ends in -230)
***
4
The MODEL NUMBER indicates any included options;
prefix E: remote voltage adjustment
prefix MIL–: MIL TESTED
prefix R: remote sensing
prefix V: overvoltage protection
suffix F: fungus proofing
suffix L: solder terminals
suffix –230: 230v input
**
remote V adj
CW
LOAD
6
– OUT 7
using the (optional) Remote Voltage
** When
Adjustment, the built-in adjustment must
dotted line connection is
*** The
when using built-in adjustment.
required
Rev2-a
be turned fully CCW and the remote pot
should have a value of 5K (0.5w).
CAUTION: To provide protection from risk of fire, include in the AC input wiring a 250V time-delay fuse with the amp rating listed below:
(These fuse ratings are for 115V input models only; contact factory for fuse ratings for 230V input models.)
MODEL
Fuse size
30J05
30J10
30J20
30J40
30J50
30J75
30J100
30J150
30J200
32J10
32J20
32J30
32J50
32J60
32J100
32J150
34J10
34J20
34J30
34J50
34J60
34J80
34J100
34J150
35J10
35J20
35J30
35J50
3/16
3/16
3/16
3/10
3/8
1/2
7/10
1
1-1/2
3/16
1/4
3/10
4/10
1/2
8/10
1-1/4
3/16
3/16
3/10
4/10
1/2
7/10
1
1-1/4
3/16
2/10
3/10
4/10
MODEL
35J60
35J80
35J100
36J10
36J20
36J30
36J50
36J60
36J80
36J100
36J150
38J10
38J20
38J30
38J50
38J75
38J100
40J10
40J20
40J30
40J40
40J60
40J100
42J10
42J20
42J40
42J60
45J10
Fuse size
1/2
7/10
8/10
3/16
1/4
3/10
4/10
1/2
6/10
1
1-1/4
3/16
2/10
3/10
1/2
7/10
1
3/16
2/10
3/8
1/2
6/10
1
3/16
1/4
4/10
6/10
3/16
MODEL
Fuse size
MODEL
Fuse size
45J20
45J30
45J40
45J60
48J10
48J20
48J30
48J40
48J60
50J10
50J20
50J30
50J40
50J50
55J05
55J10
55J20
55J30
55J40
55J50
60J05
60J10
60J20
60J30
60J40
65J05
65J10
65J30
1/4
3/10
1/2
6/10
3/16
1/4
3/8
1/2
7/10
3/16
3/10
3/8
1/2
6/10
1/8
1/4
3/10
3/8
1/2
6/10
3/16
1/4
3/10
1/2
6/10
3/16
3/16
1/2
67J05
67J10
67J30
70J05
70J10
70J20
70J30
75J05
75J10
75J20
80J05
80J10
80J20
90J05
90J10
90J20
95J02
95J05
95J10
95J20
100J02
100J05
100J10
100J20
105J05
105J10
105J20
110J05
3/16
2/10
1/2
3/16
3/16
3/8
1/2
3/16
1/4
4/10
3/16
1/4
3/8
3/16
3/10
1/2
3/16
3/16
3/10
1/2
3/16
2/10
3/10
1/2
1/4
3/10
1/2
3/16
MODEL
110J10
110J20
115J05
115J10
115J20
120J05
120J10
120J20
125J05
125J10
125J20
130J02
130J10
130J20
135J10
135J20
140J10
140J20
150J05
150J10
150J20
200L05
200L10
Fuse size
3/10
1/2
3/16
3/10
1/2
3/16
3/8
6/10
1/4
3/10
6/10
3/16
3/10
6/10
3/10
6/10
3/8
6/10
3/10
3/8
7/10
3/10
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