Phoenix Contact's technology in their QUINT POWER power supply delivers precise, real-time monitoring, near field communications (NFC) configurability, and a long list of application-worthy benefits. Current QUINT customers have already come to rely on its ultra-high reliability, an industry standard, but this new design also features unmatched application-specific configurability.
With NFC, QUINT POWER can be easily configured while still in the box. User-definable settings allow monitoring of real-time current, power, or voltage using an analog output and can easily be wired to a PLC or smart device.
Along with predictive maintenance, the QUINT POWER features exceedingly high functionality, yet in a smaller package.
QUINT POWER Power Supply PDF
QUINT POWER with advanced operation and signaling video
Features and Benefits
- Alarm setting lets the user know when the power supply begins to derate due to ambient temperature
- Gas discharge tubes and MOVs are present in all units to provide coordinated protection against transients
- An analog output is available to send real-time current, voltage, or power being used back to the PLC, HMI, or SCADA controller
- Pull unit out of stock and configure with an Android phone or PC software through NFC while still in the box
- Adjust power supply voltage using up/down buttons and lock it in with password protection for security
- Run-time clock keeps track of hours of operation and expected life
- The ability to configure the output characteristic of the power supply to match power supply performance to the application
- Remote shutdown of the DC output known as "sleep mode" allows for safe user interaction with the application
- Provide power to control cabinets and associated electronics
- Remote locations with wide temperature swings
- Naval installations
- Harsh environments
- Power to conveyor equipment
- Robotics control
- Water treatment controls and equipment
- Process industries