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Bedford, NH — Powerbox has introduced a 100W encapsulated AC/DC power supply, designed for industrial systems integration. Aimed at compact industrial systems applications with limited space, the ENI100 has a narrow width of 31.7 mm (1.25 in.) and a length of 140 mm (5.51 in.), making it easy to fit in even the smallest of spaces. The unit has an input voltage range of 90 to


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Powerbox Offers Encapsulated Industrial Power Supply Powerbox’s type ENI100-5138 power supply


264 VAC and a fixed output of 24V at 4A. Based on the company’s flyback topology and proprietary “always on” regulation mode, the power supply intelligently self-controls its output behavior to guarantee continuous operation and quick recov- ery in the case of a load or temperature fault. The ENI100 is CB-certified according to EN60950-1. Industrial systems integrators often require


small, compact power supplies that operate in very specific environments, such as high electrical fields with the threat of arcing, and that are simple to install. The ENI100’s plastic case with


crimped terminals was developed without a physical connection between the internal heatsink and the host equipment chassis, to keep metal parts unexposed. To optimize cooling the ENI100 includes an internal heatsink that


Dispense Works Increases RP Series Robot Work Area


McHenry, IL — Dispense Works is now offering its popular RP series of robotic dispensing systems with a generous 36 x 20 in. (91.4 x 50.8 cm) work area in a compact, benchtop package. The robots have machine tool quality construction with pre- loaded lead screws, ball slides and brushless servo motors on each axis. This provides accuracy and high pay-


ENI100 industrial power supplies.


distributes the heat to minimize hot spots, simul- taneously maximizing the area of contact with the plastic case.


has a nominal input of 100 to 240 VAC, although it can be operated with a small derating between 90 and 264 VAC. The output voltage is factory adjust- ed to 24 VDC and delivers an output current of 4A. The output is protected against over-current and short-circuit damage by a current limitation oper- ating in always on mode, guaranteeing that the unit will always return to full operation after the


output fault is removed. Contact: Powerbox USA, Inc., 15 Constitution


Drive, Suite 1A, Bedford, NH 03110 % 603-310- 5200 fax: 603-310-5001 E-mail: info.us@prbx.com Web: www.prbx.com


RP series robotic dispensing system.


load capacity for multiple and cus- tom dispense heads, as well as for large metering and mixing systems. The large ground machine bed


surface provides a stable foundation for fixturing and tooling. The parts remain stationary while the dispense head moves overhead on the high- speed gantry. A built-in advanced jog-and-


teach routine makes programming simple, with lines, arcs, circles, and dozens of other pre-programmed geometries, such as dots and fills. Patterns may also be imported from CAD files using the optional graphic- rich Windows software suite. The latest embedded controls


technology includes CF card memory with connectivity for serial, LAN, dual USB ports, barcode input and additional I/O to accommodate


peripheral equipment. Contact: Dispense Works, Inc.,


4071 Albany Street, McHenry, IL 60050 % 815-363-3524 E-mail: info@dispenseworks.com Web: www.dispenseworks.com


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