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Wago Corporation: Power supplies maximize operational efficiency

The EPSITRON 787 Series PRO Power Supplies from WAGO are available in 9 single-phase units.
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The PRO Single Phase units feature
highest-in-class PowerBoost and TopBoost functions.  2-Stage PowerBoost accommodates high inrush loads to eliminate oversized switchmode power supplies. Building upon these savings are an operating efficiency of up to 92% and an Energy-Saving mode to deactivate output when not required via remote control.

TopBoost accommodates cost-effective circuit breakers for individualload circuit protection by providing 50msec of additional output at 3-6 times the rated current (varies per model). This permits selective shutdown of a faulted circuit. Stage 1 of the PRO Single Phase PowerBoost then follows with up to 200% output current (vs. competitors'
150%) for four seconds to support heavy load start-up, according to the company.  Stage 2 then are said to provide
an additional 150% output current (vs. competitors' 130%) for two seconds.

EPISTRON PRO's two-position, DIN-rail mount metal housing carriesfront-facing operational status LEDs. Units rely on maintenance-free CAGE CLAMP terminations and offer a signal contact. Seven PRO Single Phase units carry UL 508 and 60950, with UL pending on two.

Other EPSITRON 787 Series Power Supply solutions include award-winning Electronic Circuit Breakers; COMPACT, CLASSIC, ECO, and Uninterruptible
supplies; as well as capacitive buffer and redundancy modules.

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