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TDK-Lambda LS150-24 Switch Mode Power Supply

Order Code:  

51-4206

 
Brand: TDK-Lambda  MPN: LS150-24  EAN-13: 4016138517071
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The TDK-Lambda LS150-24 belongs to the manufacturer's LS150 series of single output AC-DC power supplies. The TDK-Lambda is offered with a 3 year manufacturer warranty. With a MTBF of 700000 hrs, it offers superior reliability and its broad operating temperature range makes the LS150-24 suitable for installation in indoor/outdoor enclosures. At temperatures above 50°C, the PSU offers a lower derate, with up to 70% load available at 70°C.

Applications include test and measurement, automated service, factory automation, LED lighting and display, and general purpose.


  • Single output 24Vdc 6.5A 150W
  • Convection cooled - quiet operation
  • Three year manufacturer warranty
  • Connection Screw terminals
  • Dimensions 99(W) x 38(H) x 198(D)mm
  • Input voltage range 85 - 265V/AC/248 - 273V DC
  • MTBF 500000 hrs
  • Max. temperature +70°C
  • Min. temperature -25°C
  • Number of outputs 1
  • Output current 1: 6.5A
  • Output voltage 1: 24V DC
  • Power 150W
  • Temperature range -25°C up to +70°C
  • Type (manufacturer type) LS150-24
  • Weight 700g
  • Safety and EMC according to CE, EN / UL / CSA 60950, EN 55011-B, EN 55022-B, FCC-B


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09 February 2016 Question by: Mr Terry Stanfield | Product code: 51-4206
Q. What happens in an overcurrent. Does the power supple carry on in constant currant mode. Or auto recover in hiccup mode
A. Hi Terry, thank you for your question. In overcurrent mode, the voltage drops to zero but stays in constant current mode at constant current.

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