Balluff’s new generation of power supplies deliver increased amp output, intelligent diagnostic options, and decentralized installation. 

content provided by balluffFour new devices pump up Balluff’s power supply portfolio with higher-powered options and they are the perfect counterpart to Balluff IO-Link masters. 

With an IP67-rated, potting-free housing, these power supplies allow for decentralized installation directly in the field with no need for a cabinet. This not only saves space and costs but also reduces planning, logistics, cables, and installation efforts. 

Available in single- and three-phase devices, they provide up to 15 Amps or 25 Amps of output current, respectively, and up to 40 Amps of total power in boost mode, ideal for short power bumps such as start-up currents. 

Built-in IO-Link functionality enables remote parameterization and monitoring of the device’s status and outputs, and automatically regulates down in case of an overload or overheating.

Each power supply offers two outputs with four integrated electronic fuses and separate UA and US voltage supplies, providing protection to the system. In the event of one channel tripping, the other three circuits can still provide power, preventing a failure of the entire system. 

Installation is flexible with 7/8” or M12 options. 

Companies recognizing the benefits of the “zero cabinet” approach are not only using decentralized power supplies in individual applications but are also installing them across entire production plants. The decentralized power supply concept is particularly suitable for large systems in industries such as logistics, material handling, cell and battery manufacturing, and conveyor lines. 

Key features:

  • IP65/IP67 potting-free housing
  • Up to 25 A of continuous power (5 s up to 40 A total power)
  • Over 95.6% efficiency
  • Single-phase or three-phase devices, optionally as 7/8" or M12 variants
  • Two outputs with four fuse-protected channels (UA and US separated)
  • Status monitoring and remote parameterization via IO-Link 

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