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PRO-H SERIES INDUSTRIAL POWER SUPPLIES
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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PRO-H
Series
Dimension
drawings
T-Series
Dimension
drawings:
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
CP T SNT 140W and CP T SNT 180W variants
Weight: 1.4lb
Gewicht: 0.7kg
110 (4.33)
(1.36)
34.5
33 (1.3)
4
(0.16)
85.5 (3.37)
110 (4.33)
33 (1.3)
39 (1.54)
(1.36)
34.5
85.5 (3.37)
110 (4.33)
Weight: 1.0lb
Gewicht: 0.5kg
39 (1.54)
54 (2.13)
35 (1.38)
4
(0.16)
110 (4.33)
CP T SNT 360W (24v 15A, 48V 7.5A)
47.1
(1.36)
34.5
92 (3.62)
125 (4.92)
39.5
(1.85)
(1.56)
80 (3.15)
Weight: 2.4lb
Gewicht: 1.1kg
4
(0.16)
125 (4.92)
34.5
92
(3.62)
125
(1.36)
(4.92)
47.1
39.5
(1.85)
(1.56)
CP T SNT 600W (24V 25A, 48V 12.5A)
Weight: 6.0lb
Gewicht: 2.8kg
165 (6.5)
4
(0.16)
125 (4.92)
Note
This instruction cannot claim all details of possible equipment variations, nor in particular can they provide for every possible
example of installation, operation or maintenance. Further information is available from your local distributor office or from the
PRO-H Series data sheet. Subject to change without prior notice.
In order to guarantee safe operation of these power supplies and to be able to make use of all the functions, please
read these instructions thoroughly!
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Warning
The power supplies are constructed in accordance with the safety requirements of IEC/EN/UL 60950-1, CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1-03, UL508, CSA-C22.2 No. 14-95, EN60204, EN50178, EN61558-2-4, CSA C22.2 No. 213 (Class I and II, Division
2) and ANSI/ISA 12.12.01. They fulfil the requirements for CE-compatibility and carry the CE-mark and are UL & cUL
approved by CSA and UL.
The PRO-H Series built-in power supplies were designed especially for use in process automation and other industrial applications.
Components with dangerously high voltage and high stored energy are located in the device. However, these are
inaccessible. Failure to properly maintain the power supply can result in death, severe personal injury or substantial property
damage. The power supplies may only be installed and put into operation by qualified personnel. The
corresponding national regulations (e.g. UL, CSA, ANSI, VDE, DIN) must be observed. The successful and safe operation of
this power supply is dependent on proper storage, handling, installation and operation.
The potentiometer to adjust the output voltage is only allowed to be actuated using an insulated screwdriver, because
accidental contact may be made with parts inside the power supply carrying dangerous voltages.
Please observe following points before putting the device into operation:
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Read operating instructions thoroughly.
That the mains connection has been carried out by a competent person and protection against electrical shock is
guaranteed!
That the device can be disconnected outside the power supply in accordance with the regulations as in IEC/EN/UL/CSA
60950 or other national regulations.
That the protective earth is connected.
That the input wiring is sufficiently protected and dimensioned!
That the output wiring is dimensioned according to the maximum output current or separately protected!
Sufficient cooling is guaranteed!
The temperature of the housing can become very high, depending on the ambient temperature and load.
Caution:
Risk of electrical shock and electrical discharge. The power supply must not be opened until at least 5 minutes after complete
disconnection of the mains.
Electrostatic sensitive device. Qualified and trained personnel only may open the power supply.
Attention: In case of non-observance or exceeding the mentioned limiting value of the data sheet, the function
and electrical safety can be impaired and can destroy the power supply.
Before installation ensure that the main switch is switched off and prevented from being
switched on again. In case of non-observance, touching of any live components or improper
dealing with this power supply can result in death or fatal injury.
Danger: Never work on power supplies if power is applied!
1. Description and construction
The PRO-H Series power supplies are built-in units. The mounting position has to fulfil the requirements for fireproof case according to UL60950,
IEC/EN 60950 or other appropriate national standard. The relevant UL regulations or equivalent national regulations must be observed during
installation.
The PRO-H Series power supplies are designed for mounting on a DIN rail TS35 (DIN EN 50022-35x15/7.5) and for operation from 115 or
230VAC, 50/60Hz (Universal input voltage range for CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A and auto range for CP T SNT 140W
12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W 24V 7.5A, CP T SNT 180W 48V 4A, CP T SNT 360W 24V 15A, CP T SNT 360W 48V 7.5A, CP T SNT 600W 24V
25A and CP T SNT 600W 48V 12.5A single-phase systems.
The output voltage of the PRO-H Series power supplies is potential-free (floating), protected against short circuit and open circuit conditions (see
Fig 1.1, Fig 1.2 and Fig 1.3).
2. Installation
A sufficiently strong DIN-rail has to be provided. The correct mounting position for optimal cooling performance must be observed. Above and
below the power supply a minimum free space of 80mm [3.15in] is required and on each side of the power supply a minimum space of 50mm
[1.97in] is required which allows air convection. The air temperature measured 10mm [0.39in] below the power supply must not exceed the
specified values in the data sheet. Observe power derating above ambient temperatures of 40°C and at low line. (see Fig 4.1 and Fig 4.2)
2.1 Assembly
To fix unit on the DIN-rail, hook top part of clip on DIN-rail, push down- (see Fig 2.1) and inwards (see Fig 2.2) until you hear a clipping sound.
To remove the unit, pull the latch of the clip with the aid of an insulated flat head screwdriver (see Fig 2.3). When clip has cleared bottom DIN
rail remove the screwdriver from recess. Lift the unit off DIN-rail. See Fig 2.4.
Wall mounting or chassis mounting can be achieved by use of optional mounting brackets CP MB01 (1 bracket, see Fig. 6.1) for CP T SNT
(70W 12V 6A, 90W 24V 3.8A, 140W 12V 12A, and 180W xx) or CP MB02 (2 brackets, see Fig. 6.2 and Fig. 6.3) for CP T SNT (360W xx,
600W xx) . Remove the DIN-clips by removing the screw and place the mounting brackets in the same place as the DIN-clips.
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2.2 Connecting cable
Only qualified personnel may carry out the installation. The devices are equipped with PCB plug connectors (CP T SNT 70W 12V
6A, CP T SNT 90W xx, CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W xx and CP T SNT 360W xx) or PCB terminals (CP T SNT 600W xx). This
reliable and easy-to-assemble connection method enables a fast connection of devices and a visible isolation of the electrical connection if
necessary.
2.2.1 Input (Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4
Connector J1):
connections and has to be carried out in accordance with the local regulations.
The 100-240VAC connection is made by using the L, N and
Sufficiently dimensioned input wiring has to be ensured (see 2.2.1.1). A protective device (fuse, MCB, etc; see 2.2.1.2) and an easily
accessible isolating device for disconnecting the power supply from mains must be provided. The protective earth conductor has to be
connected.
If flexible wires are used the wires have to be terminated. (e.g. by using ferrules)
Note: This unit contains an automatic input voltage selection switch. Do not change the input voltage from 110/115Vac to
230/240Vac without disconnecting the input supply line first.
2.2.1.1 Connections and terminal assignment
Unit
CP T SNT (90W
24V 3.8A, 180W
24V 7.5A,
180W 48V 4A)
CP T SNT (70W
12V 6A, 140W
12V 12A, 360W
24V 15A, 360W
48V 7.5A)
CP T SNT
(600W 24V 25A,
600W 48V
12.5A)
Terminals
L1 & N
+&Signal
L1 & N
+&Signal
L1 & N
+&Signal
Solid or stranded wires
Function
2
Input Voltage (85 – 264VAC or 115/240VAC)
Protective Earth Conductor
Output Voltage (24VDC)
DC-OK, active output and relay outputs
Input Voltage (85 – 264VAC or 115/240VAC)
Protective Earth Conductor
Output Voltage (12VDC and 24VDC)
DC-OK, active output and relay outputs
Input Voltage (115 / 230VAC)
Protective Earth Conductor
Output Voltage (24VDC)
DC-OK, active output and relay outputs
Torque
Stripping length
[mm ]
[AWG]
[Nm]
[mm]
0.5 … 2.5
0.5 … 2.5
0.5 … 2.5
0.2 … 2.5
0.5 … 2.5
0.5 … 2.5
1.0 … 2.5
0.2 … 2.5
1.0 … 4.0
1.0 … 4.0
2.0 … 4.0
0.2 … 2.5
24 … 12
24 … 12
24 … 12
32 … 12
24 … 12
24 … 12
18 … 12
32 … 12
18 … 10
18 … 10
12 … 10
32 … 12
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
0.5 – 0.6
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.0
8.0
7.0
2.2.1.2 Internal Fuse
Model
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A
CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
CP T SNT 180W xx
CP T SNT 360W xx
CP T SNT 600W xx
Ratings
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
6.3 AH/250V
F1
F1
F1
F1
F1
12.0 AH/250V
F1
Marking
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
4.0 AH/250V
6.3 AH/250V
CAUTION: For continued protection against risk of fire
12.0 AH/250V
replace with same type and rating of fuse! This
fuse should be changed only by authorised and
trained personnel because it is soldered on the
board
If the internal fuse is triggered, there is most
probably an internal malfunction which must be
inspected in the factory. Due to that return this
device to your local distributor.
2.2.1.3 Recommended external Fuses (MCB)
Model
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A
CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
Ratings
Characteristic
6 - 16A / 250V
B
6 - 16A / 250V
B
6 - 16A / 250V
B
2.2.2 Output (Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4
Model
CP T SNT 180W xx
CP T SNT 360W xx
CP T SNT 600W xx
Ratings
6 - 16A / 250V
10 - 16A / 250V
16 - 25A / 250V
Characteristic
B
B
B
Connector J2):
The 12VDC, 24VDC or 48VDC connection is made using the “+” and “-“ connections. All output terminals should be connected to the load.
Make sure that all output lines are dimensioned according to the maximum output current (see 2.2.1.1) or are separately protected! The wires
on the secondary side should have large cross sections in order to keep the voltage drops on these lines as low as possible.
To achieve a reliable and shockproof connection strip the connecting ends according 2.2.1.1. If flexible wires are used the wires have to be
terminated. (e.g. by using ferrules)
At the time of delivery, the output voltage is either 12VDC, 24VDC or 48VDC. The output voltage can be set (using an insulated screwdriver)
from 12 to 14VDC, 24 to 28VDC or 48 to 56VDC on the potentiometer (see Fig. 5.1, Fig. 5.2, Fig. 5.3 and Fig. 5.4).
The device is electronically protected against overload and short circuit. In the event of malfunction, the output voltage is limited to 20VDC for
12VDC units, 35VDC for 24VDC units or 60VDC for 48VDC units.
2.2.3 Signalling (Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4
Connector J2):
The two DC-OK outputs are for enabling monitoring of the functions of the power supply. A floating signal contact (see Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3
and Fig. 5.4
Connector J2, pin 6 & pin 7) and an active DC-OK signal (see Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4
Connector J2, pin 5) are
available. The DC-OK LED also enables a visual evaluation of the function of the power supply directly on site.
2.2.3.1 Floating contacts (Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4):
The floating signal contacts opens and signals a drop in the output voltage below: 12VDC units
between 9 and 11VDC; 24VDC units
between 18 and 22VDC; 48VDC units
between 36 and 44VDC. Relay contacts are available at CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A and CP T SNT 90W
24V 3.8A: Connector J2, pin 4 and pin 5 / CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W xx and CP T SNT 360W xx: Connector J2, pin 6 and pin
7 / CP T SNT 600W xx: Connector J5, pin 1 and pin 2). Signals and ohmic loads up to 30VDC and currents of up to 1A can be connected on
the 12VDC and 24 VDC units or 48VDC and current up to 0.5A for 48VDC units. For heavily inductive loads such as relay, a suitable protection
circuit (e.g. damping diode) is necessary.
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2.2.3.2 Active signal output (Fig. 5.1, Fig 5.2, Fig 5.3 and Fig. 5.4):
11VDC ±1VDC (12VDC units), 22VDC ±2VDC (24VDC units) or 44VDC ±4VDC (48VDC units) is applied between the “DC-OK” (CP T SNT
70W 12V 6A and CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A: Connector J2, pin 3 / CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W xx and CP T SNT 360W xx:
Connector J2, pin 5 / CP T SNT 600W xx: Connector J5, pin 3) and “-“ (Connector J2, pin 1) and can carry up to 40mA max. (12VDC units) or
10mA max (CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A(N) or 20mA max. (other 24VDC units) or 15mA max (48VDC units). This signal output is referenced to –
Vout (GND) and signals when the output voltage drops below: 12VDC units
between 9 and 11VDC; 24VDC units
between 18 and
22VDC; 48VDC units
between 36 and 44VDC by switching from high to low.
The DC-OK signal is decoupled from the power output. It is thus not possible for parallel-switched devices to provide external supply. The DCOK signal can be directly connected to a logic input for evaluation.
2.2.3.3 Signal loop:
The two above-mentioned signals can be easily combined.
Example: Monitoring of two devices.
Use the active signal output of device 1 and loop in the floating signal output of device 2. In the event of malfunctioning a common alarm is
available. Up to 5 units can be looped in. This signal combination saves wiring costs and logic inputs.
2.2.3.4 DC-OK LED:
The DC-OK LED is a two colour LED which indicates the status of the output and enables visual evaluation of the function locally in the control
cabinet. DC-OK LED green – normal operation. DC-OK LED red – output failure if input mains is still present.
3. Function
3.1 Output characteristic curve:
In the case that the ambient temperatures is not higher than +40°C, the device can continuousely supply Iout max (see datasheet). In the
event of a higher load, the operating point follows the U/I charateristic curve by use of overcurrent protection. The output current is limited at
Iout max. by use of a constant current characteristic with automatic restart if the short circuit or over load condition has been removed.
The U/I characteristic curve ensures that heavily capacitive loads can be fed without problems.
Current
Limitation
Current Limitation
Curve
of TSPCurve
Power Supplies
110.00
100.00
90.00
80.00
Vout [%]
70.00
60.00
50.00
40.00
30.00
20.00
10.00
0.00
0.00
10.00
20.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
60.00
70.00
80.00
90.00
100.00
110.00
120.00
130.00
Iout [%]
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3.2 Thermal behavior:
The device should not be operated at higher loads than indicated on the derating graphs
thermal overload. After sufficent cooling the device will switch on again.
Fig. 4.1 and Fig. 4.2). The device does switch off at
3.3 Parallel operation:
Maximum 5 devices of the same type can be connected in parallel to enable increased output power. For n parallel connected devices the
output current can be increased to n x Imax. Parallel connection to increase efficiency is used for the expansion of existing systems. It is
advisable to use parallel connection if the power supply does not cover the current requirement of the most powerful consumer. Otherwise the
consumers should be spread among individual devices independent of one another.
To provide a proper and reliable start-up the jumper at connector J4 has to be set (see Fig. 5.1, Fig. 5.2, Fig. 5.3 & Fig. 5.4). If the jumper is set
between pin 1 and pin 2 of connector J4 the unit is in normal mode. If the jumper is set between pin 2 and pin 3 on connector J4 the unit can be
paralleled. At delivery this jumper is set for normal operation (between pin 1 and pin 2 of connector J4).
If the output voltage is adjusted, a uniform distribution of power is guaranteed by setting all parallel operated power supplies to exactly the
same output voltage. To ensure symmetrical distribution of power, we recommend designing all cable from the power supply as busbar of the
same length and with the same conductor cross section. The system makes it advisable to install a protective circuit at the output of each
device when more than two power supplies are connected in parallel (e.g. decoupling diode or DC fuse). This prevents high reverse feed
currents in the event of a secondary device fault.
3.3.1 Redundancy operation:
Possible by use of our redundancy module CP T RM 10 or CP T RM 20. With this module and two power supplies of the PRO-H Series (CP T SNT
70W 12V 6A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A, CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W 24V 7.5A and CP T SNT 360W 24V 15A in combination
with CP T RM 10 or CP T SNT 600W 24V 25A in combination with CP T RM 20) a highly reliable, true redundant power system can be
configured without any additional components. This module enforces the equivalent sharing of the output current by each power supply. The
system is fully redundant and provides the output power even if one power supply has completely failed e.g. by short circuit on the output. In
the event of either, one power supply failing or being disconnected, the second unit will automatically supply the full current to the load. The
redundancy of the system is monitored and if lost, indicated by an alarm output. The inputs are hot swappable and can be loaded up to 15A
each (CP T RM 10) or up to 25A each (CP T RM 20).
3.6 Remote ON/OFF:
The standard unit provides a remote on/off function by use of pin 2 at connector J3 (see Fig. 3.1, Fig. 5.1, Fig. 5.2, Fig. 5.3 & Fig. 5.4). To
switch off the power supply a connection between Connector J3 pin 2 (-S) and Connector J2, pin 1 (–Vout) by use of a 1kΩ resistor has to be
made. At open connection between J3 pin 2 and J2 pin 1 the device is providing the adjusted output voltage.
4. Additional information for the North American Market for UL508
The PRO-H series power supplies are built-in units and must be installed in a cabinet with minimum dimensions of:
400mm (Width) x 500mm (Height) x 200mm (Depth)
4.1 Operating Temperature Ranges and load derating:
Model
Operating Temperature Range
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A
-25 – 40°C
100% (40 – 60°C
CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
-25 – 40°C
100% (40 – 60°C
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
-25 – 40°C
100% (40 – 60°C
CP T SNT 180W xx
CP T SNT 360W xx
CP T SNT 600W xx
-25 – 40°C
-25 – 40°C
-25 – 40°C
100% (40 – 60°C
100% (40 – 60°C
100% (40 – 60°C
Load derating by 0.5W /°C) (60 – 70°C
Load derating by 2.0W /°C)
Load derating by 3.0W /°C) (60 – 70°C
Load derating by 4.0W /°C)
Load derating by 1.5W /°C) (60 – 70°C
W
Load derating by 3.0 /°C) (60 – 70°C
W
Load derating by 6.0 /°C) (60 – 70°C
W
Load derating by 6.0 /°C) (60 – 70°C
Load derating by 2.0W /°C)
Load derating by 4.0W /°C)
Load derating by 8.0W /°C)
Load derating by 16.0W /°C)
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6. Technical Specifications
6.1 Input Specifications
* Input
voltage
range
Model
CP T SNT 70W 12V
6A & CP T SNT
90W 24V 3.8A
max.
Outputpower
100-240VAC
85-264VAC
(47-63 Hz)
** Output
voltage
Factory Set ±1%
*** Output
current
Iout max
Input current
at full load typ.
115 VAC
230 VAC
78 Watt
90 Watt
12 VDC
24 VDC
6.5 A
3.75 A
2.0 A
2.1 A
1.0 A
1.0 A
Inrush current
max. at +25°C (<2ms)
115 VAC 230 VAC
12.0 A
20.0 A
Efficiency
typ.
at 230VAC
82.0 %
85.0 %
CP T SNT 140W
12V 12A & CP T
SNT 180W 24V
7.5A, 48V 4A
100-120VAC/
220-230VAC
156 Watt
180 Watt
192 Watt
12 VDC
24 VDC
48 VDC
13.0 A
7.5 A
4.0 A
2.5 A
2.8 A
2.8 A
1.4 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
13.0 A
25.0 A
85.0 %
88.0 %
90.0 %
CP T SNT 360W
(24V 15A, 48V 7.5A)
85-132 VAC/
187-264 VAC
360 Watt
360 Watt
24 VDC
48 VDC
15.0 A
7.5 A
5.0 A
5.0 A
2.5 A
2.5 A
16.0 A
25.0 A
87.0 %
89.0 %
(47-63 Hz)
Auto range
600 Watt
600 Watt
24 VDC
48 VDC
25.0 A
12.5 A
10.0 A
10.0 A
5.0 A
5.0 A
25.0 A
30.0 A
89.0 %
91.0 %
CP T SNT 600W
(24V 25A, 48V
12.5A)
* Observe output current derating at operation below an input voltage of 110VAC (see Fig. 4.2).
** Output voltage adjustable 12 - 14VDC, 24 - 28VDC and 48 - 56VDC
*** Maximum current at nominal output voltage (Vout nom) and operating temperature up to +40°C max.
6.2 Output Specifications
Regulation
- Input Variation (Line Regulation)
- Load Variation (Load Regulation)
Output Voltage adjustable Range
with Potentiometer
Ripple and Noise (20MHz Bandwidth)
Overload protection
Electronic Short Circuit Protection
Parallel Operation
Over Voltage Protection (OVP)
Hold-up Time
Vin min - Vin max
10% - 100% of Iout max
12 V Model
24 V Model
48 V Model
at Vin nom und Iout max
Thermal protection
Continuous
all Models; User selectable standard mode and
parallel mode by jumper on PCB
Trigger point at
at full load and Vin = 115VAC
at full load and Vin = 230VAC
Reverse Voltage Protection
(Power back immunity)
Status Indicator (two colours)
Power Good Signal
Trigger threshold
Green LED
Red LED
12VDC units
24VDC units
48VDC units
Active output signals CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A
(referenced to –Vout) CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
24VDC units
48VDC units
Relay output
Max. Capacitive Load
DC-OK = Contact closed
0.5% max
0.5% max
2.0% in parallel operation
12 - 14 VDC
24 - 28 VDC
48 - 56VDC
200mV pk-pk max
Automatic restart
Constant current. Automatic restart
up to 5 Power Supplies possible
(Jumper position see Fig. 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 & 5.4)
20VDC
12VDC units
35VDC
24VDC units
60VDC
48VDC units
10ms min.
20ms min
16VDC
35VDC
63VDC
Normal operation
Output failure – if AC input mains is present
9 – 11 VDC
18 – 22 VDC
36 - 44 VDC
11.0VDC ±1.0VDC / 20mA max.
11.0VDC ±1.0VDC / 40mA max.
22.0VDC ±2.0VDC / 10mA max.
22.0VDC ±2.0VDC / 20mA max.
44.0VDC ±4.0VDC / 15mA max.
30VDC / 1.0A max. for 12 / 24VDC models
48VDC / 0.5A max. for 48VDC models
Unlimited
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6.3 General Specifications
Operating Temperature Range
See Fig. 4.1 and Fig. 4.2
Cooling
Storage Temperature Range
Load Derating above +40°C (104°F)
Humidity (non condensing)
Pollution Degree
Temperature Coefficient
Reliability, calculated MTBF
in accordance to IEC 61709
CP T SNT 60W xx
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
CP T SNT 120W xx,
240W, xx 480W xx)
depending on Model
see Fig. 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 & 5.4
Switching Frequency
Remote ON/OFF
Safety class
Case protection
Isolation
in accordance to IEC 536
in accordance to IEC 529
-25°C … +70°C (above +40°C load derating)
-13°F … +158°F (above +104°F load derating)
Convection cooling; no internal fan
-25°C … +85°C
-13°F … +185°F
see Fig. 4.1
95% rel H max.
2
0.02%/K
>1.8 Mio. hours
>1.2 Mio. hours
>0.9 Mio. hours
50 … 140kHz typ.
2 pin connector (see Fig. 3.1)
connect –S via a 1kΩ to –Vout
Class 1
IP20
See Safety Standards
Device off
-
Safety and Hazardous Location
Approvals
IEC SI-1729_B3
UL file E236157
UL file E255651
CSA file 246286
CSA file 246286
CSA file 246286
CSA file 246286
CE Mark
Electromagnetic compatibility in accordance to the product family
(EMC) Emissions
standard Power Supply Industrial
Area
Conducted EMI on terminals
Radiated EMI
Input Current harmonics
Flicker
Electromagnetic compatibility in accordance to the product family
(EMC) Immunity
standard Power Supply Industrial
Area
CB-Scheme as per IEC 60950-1
cULus Listed to UL508, CSA C22.2 No. 14
cRUus to ANSI/UL60950, CSA60950
CSA to C22.2 No. 107.1
cCSAus to CSA60950, ANSI/UL60950
cCSAus C1D2 to C22.2 No. 213, UL1604
cCSAus C1Z2 to CSA60079-15, UL60079-15 & ANSI/ISA 12.012.01
EN 60950-1, EN 50178, EN 61558-2-4
EN 61204-3
EN 55022 Class B, EN 55011 Class B, FCC Part 15-B
EN 55022 Class B, EN 55011 Class B, FCC Part 15-B
EN 61000-3-2 Class A
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A and CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A
up to full
output power
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A and CP T SNT 180W 24V 7.5A
up to 120
watt only
CP T SNT 360W 24V 15A
up to 240 watt only
CP T SNT 600W 24V 25A
up to 480 watt only
EN 61000-3-3
EN 61204-3
Standard
Level
Description
Perf. criteria
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC / EN 61000-4-2 ±4kV
Contact discharge
B
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC / EN 61000-4-2 ±8kV
Air discharge
B
Radiated RF Fields [80 – 1000MHz] IEC / EN 61000-4-3 10V/m
B
Electrical fast transients / Bursts IEC / EN 61000-4-4 ±2kV
Mains Supply
B
Electrical fast transients / Bursts IEC / EN 61000-4-4 ±1kV
Signal Supply
B
Surge (Mains Supply) IEC / EN 61000-4-5 ±1kV
between L & N
B
Surge (Mains Supply) IEC / EN 61000-4-5 ±2kV
between L & PE and N & PE B
Surge (Signal Supply) IEC / EN 61000-4-5 ±1kV
between ax & PE
B
Immunity to conducted radio frequency disturbances [0.15-80MHz] IEC / EN 61000-4-6 10V
B
Power frequency field immunity IEC / EN 61000-4-8 30A/m
B
Voltage Dips IEC / EN 61000-4-11 70% UN / 40%/100% UN
B/C
Voltage sag immunity SEMI F47
Environment
Vibration IEC 60068-2-6
3 axis, sine sweep, 10 … 55Hz, 1g, 1oct/min.
Shock IEC 60068-2-27
3 axis, 15g, half sine, 11ms
Enclosure Material
Aluminium (Chassis) / Zinc plated Steel (Cover)
Mounting
DIN-Rail mounting For DIN-Rails as per EN 50022-35 x 15 / 7.5
(snap-on self-locking spring)
Wall mounting With wall mounting bracket
Connection
Pluggable screw terminals (plugs included)
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Block diagram CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8AN &
Fig. 1.1
Block diagram CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W 24V 7.5A, CP T SNT 180W 48V 4A, CP T SNT 360W 24V 15A &
CP T SNT 360W 48V 7.5A
Fig. 1.2
Block diagram CP T SNT 600W 24V 25A & CP T SNT 600W 48V 12.5A
Fig. 1.3
To fix the power supply on DIN-rail
Remote ON/OFF function
J3
Fig. 2.1
Fig. 2.2
To remove the power supply from DIN-rail
Connect J3 pin 2 (S-) to output
GND (-) through 1K00 resistor
Fig. 3.1
Fig. 2.3
Fig. 2.4
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Load Derating at operating temperatures above 40°C
110
100
CP T SNT 600W xx
90
Output Power [%]
80
CP T SNT 180W 24V
3.8A
CP T SNT 140W xx
CP T SNT 360W xx
70
60
CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A
CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A
50
40
30
20
10
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
Fig.: 4.1
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
Operating Temperature Range [°C]
Load Derating at low input voltage
Fig.: 4.2
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Connectors of CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A & CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A with output Voltage adjustment
1 2 3 4 5
J2
J4
3
2
1
1
2
J3
Fig.: 5.1
J1
1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
2
3
J1
Earth
Neutral
Live
-
J2
GND (-)
Vout (+)
DC-OK Signal
DC-OK Relay contact 1
DC-OK Relay contact 2
J3
S+
S-
J4
Normal mode
Common
Parallel mode
-
Connectors of CP T SNT 140W 12V 12A, CP T SNT 180W 24V 7.5A & CP T SNT 180W 48V 4A with Output
Voltage adjustment
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
J2
1
2
J4
J3
1
2
3
Fig.: 5.2
J1
1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
J1
Earth
Neutral
Live
-
2
3
J2
GND (-)
GND (-)
Vout (+)
Vout (+)
DC-OK Signal
DC-OK Relay contact 1
DC-OK Relay contact 2
J3
S+
S-
J4
Normal mode
Common
Parallel mode
-
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Connectors of CP T SNT 360W 24V 15A & CP T SNT 360W 48V 7.5A with Output Voltage adjustment
J2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
J3
1
2
J4
Fig.: 5.3
3 2 1
J1
1
2
J1
Earth
Neutral
Live
-
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
3
J2
GND (-)
GND (-)
Vout (+)
Vout (+)
DC-OK Signal
DC-OK Relay contact 1
DC-OK Relay contact 2
J3
S+
S-
J4
Normal mode
Common
Parallel mode
-
Connectors of CP T SNT 600W 24V 25A & CP T SNT 600W 48V 12.5A with Output Voltage adjustment
3 2 1
2 1
J4
J3
1
2
3
J1
1
1 2 3
J5
2
3
4
J2
Fig.: 5.4
J1
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
J2
J5
1
2
3
J1
Earth
Neutral
Live
-
1 2 3
J2
GND (-)
GND (-)
Vout (+)
Vout (+)
1
2
3
J3
S+
S-
4
J4
Normal mode
Common
Parallel mode
-
J5
DC-OK Relay contact 1
DC-OK Relay contact 2
DC-OK Signal
-
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Wall mounting brackets (CP MB01) for CP T SNT 70W 12V 6A, CP T SNT 90W 24V 3.8A, CP T SNT 140W 12V
12A and CP T SNT 180W xx
Fig.: 6.1
Wall mounting brackets (CP MB02) for CP T SNT 360W xx and CP T SNT 600W xx
Fig.: 6.2
Fig.: 6.3
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