WIELAND PRESENTS DECENTRALIZED PODIS PSU
QUICK INSTALLATION AND MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY IN ENERGY DISTRIBUTION
For Hannover Messe 2019, Wieland Electric is extending its energy distribution portfolio with the podis PSU, a new power supply unit for decentralized generation and distribution of DC 24-volt power. With decentralized installation solutions, machines and plants can be adapted to changing needs with ease and flexibility. Users also profit from fast installation. The power supply unit is ideal for large and widely networked machines in conveyor systems and logistics.
Modularization, data communication, and flexibility for modification – sophisticated solutions are required to meet the requirements of these trends in mechanical engineering and plant construction. Wieland is responding to this need with the new podis PSU, which converts 230 V into 24 V DC. The extra-low voltage can be distributed easily via the flat cable of the podis energy bus system so that the 24V power can be tapped where it is needed. With large installations in particular, the decentralized solution means that long distances between the power supply unit and the consumer, and therefore large cable cross-sections, can be avoided, which in turn saves costs. The 600-watt power supply unit offers an output of up to 25 A and boasts an adjustable output voltage of 24 to 30 V DC. It is equipped with pluggable inputs and outputs for the RST 20i3 round connector and can easily be integrated into existing plant structures.