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24V 1A DC switching power supply main picture Terminal view of the 24V 1A power supply Close up view of the 24v 1a dc switching power supply Image of the label stating the specifications of the 24v 1a power supply Measurement of the length (3.4 Measurement of the width (2.28 Measurement of the height (1.3 View of the bottom of the 24v 1a power supply revealing the 2 mounting holes View of the side of the 24v 1a power supply revealing the single mounting slot. Measurement of one of the terminals or posts measuring 5mm or 0.2
24V 1A DC switching power supply main picture Terminal view of the 24V 1A power supply Close up view of the 24v 1a dc switching power supply Image of the label stating the specifications of the 24v 1a power supply Measurement of the length (3.4 Measurement of the width (2.28 Measurement of the height (1.3 View of the bottom of the 24v 1a power supply revealing the 2 mounting holes View of the side of the 24v 1a power supply revealing the single mounting slot. Measurement of one of the terminals or posts measuring 5mm or 0.2
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24V 1A DC Power Supply
$9.99
Introduction:

Do you need a really small 24V Power Supply for your next project? Consider this 1 amp 24 volt DC power supply great for powering low current or digital applications.

Description:

This is a 1 amp 24 voly DC switching power supply and for the equipment here, this power supply is typically used with CNC Interfaces and laser controllers.

  • The 24V 1A switching power supply if relatively small and compact, so it can fit in a very small portion of your electronic enclosure.
  • You can connect a 110V or 220V input source. The input terminals have (N) Neutral, (L) Live and Ground (Protective Earth)
  • 24V output terminals labeled V+ and V-
  • No switch for the input voltage necessary. Just plug it in to your 110V or 220V source.
  • Physical Dimensions: 3.4" (86.57mm) x 2.28" (57.8mm) x 1.3" (32.96mm)
  • Two mounting holes on the bottom and one mounting hole on the side.
  • Each screw post (terminal) has a width of 0.2" (5mm)
  • Use under temperatures between 0°-40° Celcius or 32°-104° Fahrenheit
  • Store this power supply between the temperatures of -20° to 60° Celcius or -4° to 140° Fahrenheit
  • These power supplies have been approved by the FCC, CE and Rohs
  • There is protection against over voltage, over current and short circuits
  • There is less than 20 millivolts of electromagnetic interference. These units have passed EMC tests for anti-jamming.
  • Although tis power supply works well for our CNC interfaces and laser controllers, you can use this power supply for all kinds of uses especially LED light strips.

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