AC to DC rectifier & sounder module

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Product Description


Enables Alpro electric strikes to operate with AC systems. Enables use of a quality electric strike at greatly reduced current consumption over dedicated AC electric strikes. Only for use with product with maximum current load of 1 amp. Not solenoid bolts or shearlocks for example. RM1 continuously rated. Switchable buzzer - Buzzer function available on DC - on/off. Allows for silent operation on AC. Power - Input voltage range is 12-24vAC +/1 15%. There is no polarity on the AC input. Output will always be lower than the input by 10% approximately. If you require 12vDC output ensure input is at least 13vAC. Standard voltmeters will show the output voltage as lower, this is because the output is not smoothed which will create false readings on your meter. Current load - maximum current load is 1 amp (1000mA). Sounder - the sounder will sound whenever an input voltage is present, if this is not required remove the link located next to the sounder. Store the link on the pin, in case you change your mind and need it later. Location - this RM1 Rectifier is not designed to work in damp environments; and MUST BE protected from moisture. If this is not possible at the device end of the circuit, the PCB must be removed to a dry position near the AC power source. The exact location of the PCB is not critical; the voltage output will not change significantly. DC input - this product will accept a DC input if you only wanted to use the sounder function. There is still no polarity on the input and the output polarity will always be as shown.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Box Qty 1
Manufacturer ALPRO
Colour/Finish No
Size/Dimensions 1 Amp
Packaging Boxed
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price No

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