DIN Rail Transformers
Due to the complexity of modern industrial applications, DIN rails are a common mounting solution for devices ranging from circuit breakers to signal conditioners and programmable logic controllers. A wide range of electrical installations uses DIN rail mountings, including air conditioning, telecommunications, transformers, buildings, and energy management systems. Let's take a closer look at Din Rail Transformers.
DIN Rail Transformers
What are DIN Rail & Panel Mount Transformers?
DIN Rail is a standardised rail used for mounting electrical components in control panels and other industrial equipment commonly used in industrial automation and control systems. DIN Mount Transformers are mountable current transformers that transform a Primary Voltage to a Secondary Voltage.
The main advantage of these types of transformers is that they can be mounted to DIN Rail & Panels for ultimate control and versatility of a power circuit.
24V Din Rail transformer
A 24V din rail transformer is a type of transformer that is designed to fit onto a standard 35mm din rail and convert a higher voltage (such as 120V or 240V) to a lower voltage (such as 24V). These transformers are commonly used in industrial and commercial applications, such as in control panels, process control systems, and automation systems.
24v DIN Rail transformers come equipped with maximum power output which is why this din rail transformer is suitable for industrial automation equipment. At the same time, you can use this transformer to power small household appliances, such as electric furniture and pet toys, for example. While this transformer operates reliably and lasts a long time, it has a sturdy construction. What's more, the material used in making this transformer is an aluminium alloy material, known for its durability and long service life.
How do DIN Rail & Panel Mount Transformers work
DIN Rail & Panel Mount Transformers protect against short circuits, overload and electric shock as they are used with continuous electric loads. Mounting transformers control and isolate electrical power by transforming supply voltages.
For example, a Primary Voltage Rating of 400V ac can be stepped down to a Secondary Voltage Rating of 230V ac. Alternatively, mounting-type transformers can be stepped up from 230V ac to 400V ac.
The transformer for direct current DIN rail can be very useful for feeding solenoid valves and/or irrigation valves of 8V, 12V or 24V AC with a power supply voltage of 8VA powered by 230V AC. It also serves to feed sirens and bells.
On the other hand, the panel mount transformers can be mounted in a variety of ways, such as with screws, bolts, or adhesive. They can be used to convert current levels from one level to another, either by increasing the current from a lower level to a higher level, or by decreasing the current from a higher level to a lower level.
Available in a range of sizes and power ratings to meet the needs of different applications. They are typically made of high-quality materials and are designed to be durable and reliable. The installation and maintenance of these products are also very simple.
Mount transformers can be used in multiple industrial and domestic applications such as:
- Medical Industry
- Testing Power Devices
- Process Control
- Where power transfer between 2