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Take the guesswork out of powering NCD devices and do it right the first time! This power supply gets the job done, no matter where you are! This supply provides a stable and reliable source of power, for NCD devices. We have been stocking this same power adapter for more than 10 years now with stellar reliability.
This international power supply makes it easy to power-up our entire line of NCD devices from anywhere in the world. This computer grade switching power supply has a wide operating voltage range of 90 to 264VAC. This supply provides up to 1.5 Amps of 12VDC, making it the perfect power solution for our products. The power adapter includes a 6′ cable, terminated by a 2.1mm right-angle barrel connector, providing 12V to the center pin of the barrel connector. Includes an array of 5 adapters (shown) for use just about anywhere in the world. Supports 50 or 60Hz AC frequencies.
All boards on the site require 12 VDC power. For our international customers there is an international power supply available and it’s a 90 – 264VAC to 12VDC 1.5A 50/60Hz power supply with five adapters. The output connector is a 2.1mm I.D. x 5.5mm O.D. x 9.5mm Female R/A barrel connector.
This board is led free and RoHS Compliant. If your requirements are for RoHS compliant parts this board is manufactured with RoHS compliant led free parts and solder.
Most NCD devices are powered from a 12V power supply. NCD Devices REQUIRE a CLEAN Computer-Grade Regulated Power Supply. The power supply used to supply power to NCD Devices should not be shared with inductive loads. For instance, you should never use a single power supply to power a NCD Device and a 12V DC Motor. Doing so will introduce extremely high-voltage spikes that will damage the logic and power regulation portions of NCD devices, and in many cases, the NCD controller will NOT BE REPAIRABLE. The only known exceptions to this warning are customers who are working in automotive or other battery-powered applications where induction is naturally suppressed by integrating a large battery into the design. Filtering circuits may also be used to clean the power supply before entering the NCD controller, provided they are properly designed to work with your particular inductive load. Induction suppression capacitors may assist in the filtering of the power supply, but more study is required to determine their effectiveness at cleaning the power supply before it enters the NCD device.