Detailed Product Description
- Output Power: 20W
- Output Type: Single
- Input Voltage: 90-264VAC
- Output Voltage: 24±0.5V
- Output Frequency: 50/60HZ
- Output Current: 0.83A
- Color: Black
- Material: Plastic
- Style: Modern
- Price: Factory direct price
- Strong point: Low cost
- MOQ: 1pcs
- Maket: Europe&Australia and others
- Quality: High reliability
1.Switching Power Supply
4.2 years warranty
·Small size,High efficiency,High reliability,Long lifetime;
·Working temperature -25~+40°C
·Low standby power,min to 0.3W;
·Start delay design,which can reduce the starting current when multiple simulatance start;
·CE certifide,ROHS compliant;
·Low output ripple moises.
- Q:Difference in electricity voltage and frequency?
- From okorder
- Q:Electrical Question. Easy ten points for anyone who knows of electrics.?
- This debate depends on a few things such as how are the batteries charged, the cost of building the ciruits that operate the devices, the cost of electricity and other factors which I cannot think of right now. Also, are the batteries rechargeable? I would assume so in this case. I suspect that it would take a indeterminate period of time (at this point) for there to be a payoff for a battery run home to be less expensive that a conventionally powered home. Part of a conventionally powered home possibly being cheaper in the beginning would be the mass production of devices. When your cousin says things are powered by batteries, is it a battery bank supplying a converter of DC to AC or are his devices running soley on DC supplies? The best way to resolve the answer is to calculate all the electrical costs that go into powering his home and then also calculate how much it would be to run a similar home on the grid. There might also be a few costs that are left out due to their choices of what to leave out of their home or how they accomplish or forego the luxury of in their home. At this point, there are probably not enough studies available to get a general consenus of which is cheaper. There is also another point to consider which is how often do they have to replace their batteries?
- Q:How many can lights can I put on a 15 amp circuit in MN?
- There is not a set limit on how many lights per circuit. Lights don't use much power but I always keep the number under 10. There are can lights made for outdoor use and you must use that type.
- Q:Is it bad practice to disconnect a line with current still running through it?
- Some appliances like for instance your computer require a shutdown routine in sequence to be happy. Your computer will complain and cry if you suddenly pull the power and the disk or data may be damaged by sudden disconnect but usually nothing major will happen except loss of your photo or video or term paper. most of the hardware must withstand sudden shutdown but it is not a good routine to practice.
- Q:my appliance says it needs a 15 amp NEMA 5-15R outlet. picture looks like houselhold one. Are they the same?
- It is a normal 120VAC outlet that is required. If it is a replacement appliance plug it into the outlet its predecessor used. If there are any problems you may find the main breaker trip, and at that point you can look into a dedicated circuit. Otherwise plug it in and be happy.
- Q:How exactly would a huge solar flare destroy the electrical grid?
- A coronal mass ejection has it's own magnetic field. If one were to hit the Earth head on the magnetic field with interact and disrupt the Earth's own magnetic field and allow some of the high energy charged particles through to the surface. As modern electronics become more advanced and miniaturized they also become far more susceptible to high energy ionizing radiation. To those who say it couldn't happen: it already has. Part of the Canadian power grid was taken down by a relatively mild solar storm back in '89.
- Q:How does Tennessee meet it's economic needs?
- hi there, a lot of reading for you on the link,have fun. Tennessee's major industries include agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Tobacco, cotton, and soybeans are the state's primary agricultural crops, and major manufacturing exports include chemicals, transportation equipment, and electrical equipment
- Q:Electrical Engineering?
- Q:Are most electrical things from China dodgy to buy?
- the us is in a recession; NOTHING should be bought from China. also, China is a COMMUNIST nation.
- Q:Earthing in elecctrical equipment? what is it?
- Earthing system helping for Human safety to avoid electrocution due to earth leakage.Earth is acting like a Huge conductor because of it minerals Moisture contend (water).If any electrical equipment Insulation failure leakage will be there ,if the same equipment is not Grounded ,there is a possibilitiesof getting electric shock to Human.If the same equipment is Grounded the leakage current will flow to Earth protect from electric shocks Trip the circuit. Pl. check this link for brief idea.
We have been awarded and certified with ISO9001, 2008, CE, KC, GS, CUL, EMC, SAA, IP67, IP68, RoHS. From know-how research and development, structure design and validation, material selection, quality testing to trial and batch production, the product of the company undergoes a series of standard and rigorous control procedures in order to assure the quality for every piece.
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
||US$10 Million - US$50 Million
||10.00% Northern Europe
10.00% Western Europe
10.00% Eastern Asia
10.00% Eastern Europe
9.00% Southern Europe
9.00% Central America
9.00% North America
8.00% South America
5.00% Domestic Market
5.00% South Asia
5.00% Southeast Asia
2.00% Mid East
||ISO 9001:2000;ISO 9001:2008;ISO 14001:2004
2. Manufacturer Certificates
|a) Certification Name
3. Manufacturer Capability
||71% - 80%
|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||1,000-3,000 square meters
|No. of Production Lines
||OEM Service Offered Design Service Offered Buyer Label Offered
|Product Price Range