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DPB1U protects DC circuits in rack-mounted systems

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Oct 11, 2010

Unipower's latest addition to the DPB Series of DC breaker distribution panels is designed for users who need to protect DC circuits in a rack-mounted system.

The DPB1U Series provides distribution and overload protection for up to six circuits per side in A/B feed configuration and, with this new version, up to 12 circuits in single-feed mode.

The 1U-high unit can be mounted in either a 19 or 23in rack.

These DC distribution panels can be configured to operate from 12, 24 or 48V DC, positive or negative ground.

Breaker alarm is indicated by a red LED on the front panel and by Form C relay contacts.

These distribution panels are designed to be configured and operated either as a single feed with up to 12 circuits with a maximum of 150A capacity or as dual-sided with each side capable of 150A.

A dual-sided panel can distribute 300A of load current.

Dual-sided panels can also be separately configured to provide dual-voltage distribution out of one panel.

Breaker sizes from 1 to 50A can be accommodated.

To allow this distribution panel to be aligned with other rack-mounted equipment, the DPB1U can be mounted from the front of the rack, with offsets every quarter inch from front to back.

All models meet the requirements of all relevant safety standards, including UL60950-1, CSA22.2 No 60950-1 and EN60950-1.

All DPBF1U Series units are RoHS compliant.

Panels are available to be immediately configured to customers' requirements and shipped instantly in small quantities.

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