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Bel Power Solutions Announces New LDX-B20 DIN Rail Mounted Buffer Module

Microprocessor-Controlled Unit Keeps Your Output Voltage Regulated

Bel Power Solutions announces the new LDX-B20, a microprocessor-controlled buffer unit rated at 20A and usable in 12, 24, 48 and 72 V systems. It monitors output voltage from a DC power supply and, in the case of failure, keeps the output regulated for at least 300 ms at full load. This new buffer module is just one of many new DIN Rail accessories that are now available from Bel Power Solutions.

Many systems are subject to power disruptions that can cause failures and data loss. The LDX-B20 can be used where millisecond-to-second backup is required to finish processing during a power disruption. Because of the wide voltage range, this unit is flexible enough to operate within a majority of standard battery output voltages. The LDX-B20 is parallelable for power and backup time increase and at a width of only 63 mm, it will not take up a lot of valuable space in your system.

Product Page:  https://belfuse.com/product/part-details?partn=LDX-B20

Datasheet:  https://belfuse.com/resources/datasheets/power-solutions/ds-BPS-ldx-b20-series.pdf

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