SPMA series launched for machine building

Switching power supplies aims to deliver optimal performance

Carlo Gavazzi has launched the SPMA range of compact DIN rail mounting switch mode power supplies, designed specifically for electrical panels where space is minimal; covering power and voltage requirements from 15W to 100W.

“The SPMA series of switching power supplies ensure optimal performance in industries such as machine building, automation and control for commercial buildings, domestic control systems and EV Charging,” says the company.

Starting from 1 DIN (17.5mm) wide up to 4 DIN (70mm) wide, the SPMA range offers efficiency up to 89% which reduces energy wastage and prevents excessive heating in the enclosure. Operating temperature range is -30 °C to +70 °C (-22 °F to 158 °F), and a storage temperature range from -40 °C to +85 °C (-40 °F to 185 °F). 

The SPMA range offers output voltage of either 5, 12, 15 or 24 VDC. Universal input voltage 85 Vac to 264Vac or 130 Vdc to 350 Vdc. All units come with safety features such as Over Current (OVC), Over Voltage (OVP) and Short Circuit (SCP).

All power supplies are developed and manufactured to be certified with certified by CE, UL508, UL 62368, UL1310 Class 2, ISA Class1 Div 2 and includes the 4kVAC isolation voltage that is mandatory for automotive battery charging applications.

The Carlo Gavazzi SPMA series of switching power supplies.
The Carlo Gavazzi SPMA series of switching power supplies.

Carlo Gavazzi UK Ltd

4.4 Frimley Business Park
GU16 7SG

+44 (0)1276 854110



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