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PULS UK

Cranfield Innovation Centre
University Way
Cranfield
MK43 0BT
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01525 841001
Email : sales@puls.co.uk
Web : http://www.pulspower.com


Article archive for PULS UK;

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480W DIN-Rail power supply for marine applications from PULS 16 July 2021

PULS Power has announced a new 24V, 20A DIN-Rail power supply CP20.245-R2, developed for on- and offshore use in the marine and offshore process industries. The marine-compliant power supply meets the high requirements of EMC class B without additional external filters and can be used directly in bridge and deck applications....

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PULS UK gains ATEX approval for ML series power supplies 14 March 2012

Leading DIN-rail power supply manufacturer PULS UK has been granted ATEX approval for its ML series of power supplies, allowing them to be used in certain hazardous environments.  The single phase units have an output range from 5Vdc to 28Vdc and a power range from 15W to 100W, and will be available on special order for projects....

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PULS Gains ATEX Approval for Q-series Power Supplies 06 January 2012

PULS, a leading manufacturer of DIN rail power supplies, has been granted ATEX approval for a selection of its single phase Q-series units, which allows them to be used in potentially explosive environments such as Nuclear plants, Refineries, Oil rigs, Flour Mills, etc....

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ATEX approval for power supplies 08 June 2010

Puls UK has been granted ATEX approval for a selection of its single phase Q-series units, allowing them to be used in potentially explosive environments. The units have been tested to EN 60079 – 15 and are approved for use in zone 2 hazardous systems category 3G....