Power Supply - 12/24 VDC, Switchable, Continuous Duty, 1 AMPS, UL
Rated Output: 1 amp continuous supply current at 12 VDC and 1 amp continuous supply current at 24 VDC.
Output Power: 1 amp continuous supply current at 12 VDC (switch open), 1 amps continuous supply current at 24 VDC (switch closed), insure proper setting before installation. Manufactured setting at 24 VDC.
Circuit Protection: Short circuit and thermal overload protection.
Operation: Provides 1 amp continuous supply current at 12 VDC, 1 amps continuous supplycurrent at 24 VDC.
Mounting: Slotted keyholes make it suitable for vertical wall or rack mounting.
The contractor shall furnish and install a CORNELL P-512241A Power Supply for use with the CORNELL Series System.
- Input Power Requirements: 115VAC/60Hz, 0.6 amps
- Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
- Physical Enclosure Dimensions: 8.5” H x 7.5” W x 3.5” D
- Mounting: Surface mounted enclosure.
- Wiring: #18 AWG Minimum
Indicator LED Diagnostics:
|On||On||Normal Operating condition|
|On||Off||Loss of AC|
|Off||On||No DC output|
|Off||Off||Loss of AC Discharge. No DC output|
Power Supply 12/24 VDC switchable, Continuous Duty, 1 AMPS, UL
The P-512241A power supply provides 1 amp of continuous supply current at both 12 and 24 VDC. This power supply unit is designed for use specifically with the Cornell Series System of emergency call devices. This unit features short circuit and thermal overload protection, and is UL listed. The slotted keyholes make this unit suitable for mounting on vertical walls or racks. It is best suited for an operating environment in a dry area, without any condensation. It has temperature requirements of 50-120 degrees Fahrenheit.
For over 4 decades Cornell Communications has been dedicated to designing and manufacturing industry leading emergency communication products which exceed our customer’s expectations. Cornell is constantly finding new, innovative ways to improve our call systems, placing emphasis on ease of use and faster response times. Installing a Cornell emergency response system will make your patients feel safer and well taken care of.
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