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DD11 and DD12 – Most compact power entry modules for safe power input

Endingen, (PresseBox) - The latest power entry modules, series DD11 and DD12, from SCHURTER are extremely compact and robustly designed. The excellent performance makes them suitable for nearly any application using detachable power.

The series DD11 and DD12 are equipped with multiple functions including an appliance connector, switch and fuseholder. The DD12 additionally includes a line filter. The compact design makes the series ideally suited for the use in equipment with limited space and more demanding electrical and mechanical requirements. Areas of applications include IT and telecom particularly one rack unit (1RU) enclosures as well as medical, office, household appliances and automation.

The series mounts to the panel with screws. The filtered version has a broad metal flange, ensuring optimal contact to the appliance chassis for ideal shielding and filtering. Special filters with enhanced voltage withstand are available on request.

The latest power entry modules, series DD11 and DD12, from SCHURTER are extremely compact and robustly designed. The excellent performance makes them suitable for nearly any application using detachable power.

The series DD11 and DD12 are equipped with multiple functions including an appliance connector, switch and fuseholder. The DD12 additionally includes a line filter. The compact design makes the series ideally suited for the use in equipment with limited space and more demanding electrical and mechanical requirements. Areas of applications include IT and telecom particularly one rack unit (1RU) enclosures as well as medical, office, household appliances and automation.

The series mounts to the panel with screws. The filtered version has a broad metal flange, ensuring optimal contact to the appliance chassis for ideal shielding and filtering. Special filters with enhanced voltage withstand are available on request.

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