Von Duprin power supply and option board products were designed to meet the specific requirements of electrified fire exit devices. Installation is simplified by utilizing a flat mounting design and polarized locking connectors for option boards. This design eliminates the need for racks and side connectors. The flat mounting of the option boards also provides for easier access to the terminal blocks for connection of electrified devices (such as electrified panic devices, strikes, card readers, etc.). Common to the line of PS900 Series power supplies is a constant output rating at both 12v and 24v settings, universal 120 VAC to 240 VAC input, and polarized option board connectors. New fire alarm interface board mounting allows outputs to be configured as switched (power cut) or unswitched (power continues) when signal is provided.
Features and Benefits:
4A @ 12/24 VDC constant output, field selectable with jumper
Designed for use with electrified panic devices requiring high in rush current
Provides low-voltage, Class 2, filtered and regulated power
Universal 120-240 VAC, fused primary input
Two polarized option board connectors
AC input and DC output monitoring circuit with LED indicators
Externally visible AC input indicator with isolated SPDT contacts
High-voltage protective cover for AC circuitry
Battery back-up board auto-selects voltage
Optional Fire Alarm plug-in board available
UL 294, ULC-S318, RoHS, and FCC Part 15 certified
Emergency Interface/Fire Alarm Relay (FA)
- Must be installed on a compatible option board
Key lock available for added security (KL)
2 relay QEL and EL panic device control board
4 relay option board
4 relay option board with logic - Field configurable for:
Time delay function
Fused, 8 zone option board
PTC, 8 zone option board
Category: Exit Device Parts, Panic Devices & Exit Alarms, Access Control, CCTV Products, Wire & Power Supplies
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