Redundancy module for the DIN rail

Redundancy modules

A redundancy module is used to decouple two power supplies and ensures the high availability and productivity of your system.
A redundant power supply is particularly necessary in applications with stringent demands regarding operational safety. A redundant system ensures that the failure of one power supply unit does not result in system downtime.

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QUINT ORING redundancy module

Active redundancy modules with ACB Technology

For consistent redundancy

The new QUINT ORING modules with ACB Technology now feature surge protection that can be parameterized via NFC, as well as two outputs that ensure maximum system availability.

Main features

  • ACB Technology and freely selectable OVP (overvolt protection)
  • Conformal coating with ATEX, IECEx, and UL HazLoc approval for extreme ambient conditions
  • Wide temperature range: -40°C … +70°C

Your benefits

  • Preventive function monitoring through constant monitoring of the input voltage, output current, and decoupling section
  • Consistent redundancy through to the load
  • Service life doubled with uniform load distribution
  • Energy savings of 70% by decoupling with MOSFET
  • Protection against overvoltages at the output (overvoltage protection) increases operational safety

Redundancy module for easy decoupling

Mounting on the DIN rail or level surfaces

The new STEP DIODE is compact and ideal for use in junction boxes. It increases the security of supply in building installations and can also be used to increase the power.

Main features

  • Input voltage: 5 V DC … 24 V DC
  • Total output current max. 10 A
  • Push-in connection with conductor/PCB connection direction: 45°
  • Wide temperature range: -10°C … +70°C

Your benefits

  • Quick and easy startup with tool-free Push-in connection technology at a 45° angle with double terminal points
  • Consistent front layout with descriptive front marking and QR code for the entire STEP POWER family
  • The current no longer has to be distributed equally to both inputs. It is possible to connect 10 A per input; just the total current must not exceed 10 A
  • Slim-line designs save space in the control cabinet

Decoupling and monitoring with the QUINT S-ORING redundancy module

Decoupling and monitoring with QUINT S-ORING

Decoupling and monitoring with the QUINT S-ORING active redundancy module

The QUINT S-ORING redundancy module is an active, single-channel redundancy module for the separate structuring of a redundant system. In combination with the new QUINT POWER power supplies, your system is monitored continuously.

Decoupling, monitoring, and controlling with the QUINT ORING redundancy module

Decoupling, monitoring, and controlling with QUINT ORING

Decoupling, monitoring, and controlling with the QUINT ORING active redundancy module

The QUINT ORING active redundancy modules monitor the entire redundant system, i.e., the input voltage, the wiring, and the load current. Critical operating states can therefore be detected at an early stage and redundancy can be restored.

Decoupling with diode modules

Decoupling with diode modules

Decoupling with diode modules

A redundant power supply with simple diode modules decouples two power supply units. This means that a short circuit at the output of one of the power supply units or in the supply line from the power supply unit to the diode no longer has any effect on the load.

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