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POWER SUPPLIES
Regulated Primary Switching


SINGLE PHASE:

  • PRIMARY: 100/240VAC / 1 Amp to 20 Amp
  • SECONDARY DC VOLTAGES:
    5 / 12 / 24 / 48

THREE PHASE:

  • PRIMARY: 480VAC / 10 Amp to 50 Amp
  • SECONDARY: DC VOLTAGE: 24

TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SUPPRESSORS

  • INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
  • MINI
  • UNIVERSAL MOUNT

POWER LINE FILTERS
120 / 230 / 480 Volt

  • SINGLE PHASE, THREE PHASE
  • ONE Amp to 35 Amp
  • Single & Double Stage
 
 
Single Phase Power Supply
Type GSA-SWD
DETAS SINGLE PHASE POWER SUPPLY -  TYPE GSA-SWD
  • 24 Volt DC Output

Normal Input Voltages: 100 / 240 VAC
Output Voltages: 24VDC -5% +15% Adjustable
DIN Rail Mount

Detas DC Power Supplies Switch Mode - 24VDC
Series GSA SWD Single Phase Page

Detas DC Power Supplies - 5, 12, & 48VDC
Series GSA SWD Single Phase Page

Three Phase Power Supply
Type GSA-TOP
DETAS THREE PHASE POWER SUPPLY -  TYPE GSA-TOP
  • 24 Volt DC Output

Normal Input Voltages: 360 Volt through 500 VAC
Output Voltages: 24VDC ±10% Adjustable
DIN Rail Mount

Designed for Parallel Connection
Negative Connection can be grounded

 
Detas Transient Voltage Suppressors
DETAS SUPPRESSORS AND LINE FILTERS

It is best to extinguish the transient at the source to avoid instananeous transfer to the rest of the system, i.e. thru the line, or thru inductive line to line.

Extinguish Electrical Noise at the Source

Detas Transient Voltage Suppressors Page

 
Power Supplies - Catalog Pages

Type GSA Power Supplies are components used to convert incoming voltage AC power to DC output, either single phase or 3 phase regulated depending on the unit selected. The 24 volt DC standard size outputs are available 2.5 Amp to 120 Amp.

Other DC output voltages dow to 5 volt DC are also available. Many models are DIN rail mountable.

DETAS TYPE SW POWER SUPPLY


DETAS TYPE TLM POWER SUPPLY

Detas GSA TLM (pdf 27kb)


DETAS TYPE TRC POWER SUPPLY

Detas GSA TRC (pdf 27kb)


DETAS TYPE TRTL POWER SUPPLY

Detas GSA TRTL (pdf 28kb)


DETAS TYPE TLT POWER SUPPLY

Detas GSA TLT (pdf 28kb)


DETAS TYPE LCL POWER SUPPLY

Detas GSA LCL (pdf 28kb)
Detas GSA LCC (pdf 27kb)
Detas GSA LCF (pdf 26kb)

Transient Voltage Suppressors - Catalog Pages

The opening and the closing of every electric device generates various random circuit phenomenon's depending on the type of loading, connecting gears, cables, screens, etc. and their effect on command devices, bother electro-mechanical and electrical. The mixed overvoltages, so generated, result from the disconnecting of these inductive loads. The electrical "noise" generated by these inductive loads varies dramatically. Typical diagrams include:

Every load represents a combination of factors such as, resistance, capacitive and inductive loads, type of input, temperature variations, etc., which determines the variables to consider in the choice of the most suitable transient voltage suppressor to avoid random malfunction or direct, the destruction of the connected device.

The suppression, which can operate at different circuit levels, is obtained using a module, mounted in parallel to the inductive load.

Detas Power Line Filters

Drastic variations in load current, on power lines, generate radio frequecy interferences.

Normally defined as "conducted" emission noise, interference through the power line wires, flows throughout all the line. Additionally the "radiated" emission noise is transmitted by the wires through the air, as if these were antennas.

This difference is only theoretical because the voltage and currents, changing though time, correspond with the radiated noise. Every radiated noise induced on the power wires, work as receiving antennas, porducing an equivalent conducted signal. LC Filters, then, are key in power line distribution to avoid tese interferences in the electrical network.

The typical LC filter has circuit configuration, as noted in the "Detas Power Line Filters" pdf document.

Please contact Cal-Centron for additional Information.


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