The 10-5 will accept an input of 90 - 250VAC, remaining stable during fluctuations in local power such as brown-outs.
The RCI 10-5 output is Field Selectable 12VDC@5A or 24VDC@3A output.
AC Fail Monitoring Relay can be used to send a signal to an external monitoring panel or guard station to indicate that the AC power to the panel has been interrupted. It can also be used to signal fire panel distribution board of AC fail to meet NFPA-101 Life Safety standards.
Battery Monitoring Relay can be used to send a signal to an external monitoring panel or guard station to indicate that the backup battery is not connected or is no longer holding a charge.
The RCI 10-5 Power Supply has cULus Listed Subassembly Modular Output Boards available, meaning that the zone output and fire disconnect boards can be added or removed from the 10-5 as required without affecting the cULus listing.
Each output can be selectively configured to turn ON, OFF or remain unchanged when the fire alarm control panel triggers the board, allowing the installer to power multiple devices with the same power supply. EOL Fire Panel Supervision
When more than one 10-5 PDD-FT is used within a building, a common circuit complete with EOL can be run from unit to unit and then to the fire panel. This will ensure that all power supplies are monitored and drop out during a fire as required by code.
AC input 90VAC to 250VAC @ 60Hz or 50Hz
Automatic input sensing
AC visual indicator
Nominal Output Voltage 12VDC or 24VDC
Typical Output Voltage 12VDC nominal, 10.4-13.7VDC, 5A. 24VDC nominal, 22.7-25.2VDC, 3A Note: Typical voltage measured without load.
5 Amps supply current at 12VDC
3 Amps supply current at 24VDC
Class II Power limited thermally protected DC output
LED visual indicator for AC & DC
Fully integrated charging circuit
Automatic resetting battery over current protection
Reverse hookup protection .9A PTC
Average recharge current 735ma
LED visual indicator
Form “C” AC fail relay rated for 2A @ 110VAC
Form “C” battery trouble relay rated for 2A @ 110VAC
Internal battery cut-off relay to protect batteries from deep discharge 9.8VDC & 19.6VDC
Enclosure tamper switch for connection to a UL approved burglary panel when used in UL 603 applications
For indoor use only
Operating temperature -0°C to 49°C - (32°F to 120°F)
RCI 10-5 option modules include:
PDD-FT Board fire panel control interface.
PDD-8PCI Board power distribution/control interface.
PDM-4, PDM-4C, PDM-8 and PDM-8C Boards distribute a single low voltage AC or DC source into 4 or 8 outputs.
ALTRONIX ALTV244UL SERIES
These power supplies are primarily designed for video surveillance with individually protected outputs and the ability to step up the output from the nominal 24VAC up to 28VAC for long cable runs to cameras, but they can also be used wherever you need 3.5 Amps (85VA) of power supply. For example you could use this to provide separate power to a door locking device and an access control, (such as a timer module or keypad) to provide more reliable operation but still only involving a single power supply enclosure.
All models have a primary in-line fuse. Different models offer fuses or PTCs on the distributed outputs. The separate power distribution board is switched and have large screw barrier terminal strips for added installer convenience during setup and troubleshooting.
UL Listed for Commercial CCTV Equipment (UL 2044).
CUL Listed - CSA Standard C22.2 No.1-98, Audio, Video and Similar Equipment.
AC power LED indicator.
Power ON/OFF switch (ALTV244UL, ALTV244ULX or ALTV244ULCB).
Illuminated power disconnect circuit breaker with manual reset (ALTV244175UL, ALTV244175ULCB).
Unit maintains camera synchronization.
Ease of installation saves time & eliminates costly labor.
Spare fuses included (on fuse protected models).
Enclosure dimensions for models ALTV244UL and ALTV244ULCB are 8.5 inches high by 7.5 inches wide by 3.5 inches deep. ALTV244ULX dimensions are 13 inches high by 13.5” wide by 3.25 inches deep. Models ALTV244175UL and ALTV24175ULCB are 12.25 inches high by 7.75 inches wide by 4.5 inches deep.
Power supplies come in two basic designs – linear and switching – both with advantages and disadvantages. Which power supply design is best? There is a time and place for both types.