SLC 500 Power Supply 1746 P2 Allen Bradley
1746 P2 SLC 500 Power Supply Allen Bradley:
Operating temperature range from 0-60 degrees Celsius (32-140 degrees Fahrenheit). The current capacity for the power supply is derated by 5% in temperatures greater than 55 degrees Celsius (131 degrees Fahrenheit).
The line voltage ranges from 85-132V AC or 170-265V AC at 47-63 Hz. Internal current capacity for the power supply at 5V measures 5A and current capacity at 24V measures 0.96 A. The user current capacity for the 1746-P2 is 0.2 A at 24V DC. Additionally, the maximum inrush current for the power supply is 20A. The input power limit for the 1746-P2 is 42W, with a limited current up to 20V. Distinct input power for the power supply is 110 VA. It has a user current output of 0.2A at 24V DC. The user voltage output is not constant and it ranges from 18-30 V DC.
The Power supply of the SLC 500 series with an input voltage of 120/220V AC. It is designed to be inserted into an SLC 1746 modular chassis which has varying sizes of 4, 7, 10 or 13 slots to meet the needs of your application and the necessities of the modular hardware component. It can allow 3 chassis to be interconnected for a maximum interconnection of 30 modular slots. The power supply should be installed in the left-most slot of the chassis assembly. It also uses a 14 AWG size of wire for every terminal.
Allen-Bradley is the brand-name of a line of factory automation equipment, today owned by Rockwell Automation. The company, with revenues of approximately US $6.4 billion in 2013, manufactures programmable logic controllers (PLC), human-machine interfaces, sensors, safety components and systems, software, drives and drive systems, contactors, motor control centers, and systems of such products. Rockwell Automation also provides asset-management services including repair and consulting. Rockwell Automation’s headquarters is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Allen-Bradley Clock Tower is a Milwaukee landmark featuring the largest four-sided clock in the western hemisphere.