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Power Supplies - SDC - Facility Management Product Release
The 632RF modular access control power supply is specifically designed for the power and interfacing of access controls, electric locking devices, monitoring contacts, egress devices and remote controls. The UL listed Power Supply features a field selectable 12/24VDC, 2 AMP Class 2 output, fire emergency release input with auto reset and manual reset capability, battery charger and low battery disconnect. Options include 4 or 8 fused outputs and choice of 10 different single and multi station control and logic modules. Modules include choice of conventional relays, latching and timing relays, high inrush 16 Amp power boosters, dual function relays and microprocessor based field programmable controllers. The powers supply can accommodate up to four 8 Ah batteries for up to 32 Ah back-up power.
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