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Antex UP82060 24V Plug-in Power Supply

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Brand: Antex  MPN: UP82060 
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  • Country of Origin: United Kingdom
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Out of Stock2 due on 14/07/2021

This 24V Plug-in power supply from Antex Plugs directly into a standard mains socket freeing up valuable bench space. Furthermore, trailing leads from plug to transformer are eradicated. The output socket is the industry standard Bulgin PX0429 which is fitted to the front of the unit. Suitable for use with 24V versions of ANTEX C, M, CS, or XS irons.

  • 24V output voltage
  • 25W output power
  • 3-pin Bulgin socket output connector
  • Internally fused for additional user safety
  • Dimensions: 100 x 70 x 68mm

Cable mounting sockets suitable for attaching to soldering iron leads are available as an optional extra, order code 23-1205.

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16 September 2015 Question by: Rwalker | Product code: 85-0915
Q. Hi there, I hope you can help. I have just inherited 20 of these units with 20 soldering irons (antex cs18 24volt), however the soldering irons don't have plugs so I can't connect them to the PSU and use them. Is it belgin plugs that I need, and do you sell them? I assume the soldering irons were bought "plugless" by mistake, but can you please tell me why they are sold without a plug? Thanks RW
A. Hi Rwalker, thank you for your question. We do offer these iron without plugs simply for the reason that some customers like to connect these to their own power supply rail, so they can then choose to use their own type of plug. We offer the plug you need for this power supply as 23-1205.


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