Software House PSX-GCM-RB-E 2U single rack mount power supply

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Software House
  • Model code: PSX-GCM-RB-E
  • Voltage: 12 / 24 V DC, 230 V AC
  • Power Consumption: 75 W
  • Dimensions mm: 97 x 445 x 356
Additional info:

75W 2U Power Supply/Battery Charger Provides DC power for LifeSafety applications Designed to fit neatly into standard 19” equipment racks, the streamlined cabinetry and exceptional features combine to significantly reduce installation and service costs Comes equipped with LED indicators that indicate current status Accepts an optional remote management device providing remote monitoring, remote battery testing, along with many other capabilities Removable terminal strips for field wiring Input and output surge suppression Automotive blade fuses for improved reliability Enclosed in a 16 gauge steel 2U rack mount chassis

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Make Software House
Manufacturer Software House, Tyco International
Model code PSX-GCM-RB-E
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 / 24 V DC, 230 V AC
Power Consumption: 75 W
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 97 x 445 x 356
Additional info
  • 75W 2U Power Supply/Battery Charger
  • Provides DC power for LifeSafety applications
  • Designed to fit neatly into standard 19” equipment racks, the streamlined cabinetry and exceptional features combine to significantly reduce installation and service costs
  • Comes equipped with LED indicators that indicate current status
  • Accepts an optional remote management device providing remote monitoring, remote battery testing, along with many other capabilities
  • Removable terminal strips for field wiring
  • Input and output surge suppression
  • Automotive blade fuses for improved reliability
  • Enclosed in a 16 gauge steel 2U rack mount chassis
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