Edwards Signaling BPS10A

$576.44

10 Amp Booster Power Supply

Available with Lead Time

  • Factory New
Brand: Edwards Signaling FireAlarm.com Part #: 004837 Categories: , Manufacturer Part #: BPS10A Tags: ,

Description

The Booster Power Supply (BPS) is a UL 864, 10th Edition listed power supply. It is a 24 Vdc filtered-regulated, and supervised unit that can easily be configured to provide additional notification appliance circuits (NACs) or auxiliary power for Mass Notification/ Emergency Communication (MNEC), as well as life safety applications.

The BPS contains the circuitry to monitor and charge internal or external batteries. Its steel enclosure has room for up to two 10 ampere-hour batteries. The BPS has four Class B (convertible to two Class A) NACs. These can be activated in one or two groups from the BPS’s unique dual input circuits.

The BPS is available in 6.5 or 10 ampere models. Each output circuit has a capacity of three amperes; total current draw cannot exceed the unit’s rating.

Information

Weight 13 lbs
Dimensions 14.5 × 18.3 × 5.2 in
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Features

  • Allows for reliable filtered and regulated power to be installed where needed
  • Cost effective system expansion
  • Provides for Genesis and Enhanced Integrity notification appliance synchronization
  • Supports coded output operation
  • Self-restoring overcorrect protection
  • Multiple signal rates
  • Can be cascaded or controlled independently
  • Easy field configuration
  • On-board diagnostic LEDs identify wiring or internal faults
  • Standard EDWARDS keyed lockable steel cabinet with removable door
  • 110 and 230 Vac models available
  • Accommodates 18 to 12 AWG wire sizes
  • Optional tamper switch
  • Dual battery charging rates
  • Optional earthquake hardening: OSHPD seismic pre-approval for component Importance Factor 1.5

Resources

Remote Booster Power Supplies: BPS6A, BPS10A
Remote Booster Power Supply: Technical Reference Manual

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