Accessories for DMR radios and repeaters
The desktop power supplies, popularly called the "wedge" due to its distinctive, ergonomically friendly shape, offer a convenient way to convert 12Vdc mobile radio transceivers for use as desktop base stations.
They will operate from AC supplies, either 115V or 230V without manual adjustment and output up to 108W (9Amps).
BATTERY BACKUP BOX
The AD Desktop Power Supplies include a battery back up output as standard. This can be connected to maintain charge in a lead acid battery to supply power in the event of a mains failure.
A battery back up box is designed to fit underneath the desktop supply and radio assembly and includes a 7Ah lead acid gel battery, presenting all three components as one tidy desktop assembly. The battery back up box also includes a speaker (mounted on the front of the unit) for those wishing to use hands free radio operation.
|Input voltage range||Auto-select, 85-135Vac and 170-265Vac, 50Hz/60Hz|
|Output voltage & current||13.6 Vdc. Worst case limits are +/- 4%,108W (9A)|
|Output noise||<50mV pk-pk at continuous load|
|Power Conversion Efficiency||Typically 83%|
|Isolation between input and case/output||1.5kVac/3.0kVac rms|
|Isolation casework to ground||Connected directly to mains input ground|
|Normal operating temperature||25°C to +30°C to meet this specification table
+30°C to +70°C de-rate linearly to 0A
|Storage temperature||-25°C to +100°C|
|Max case temperature||70°C at full load with 25°C ambient|
|Operating humidity||95% max, non-condensing|
|Casework||Anodized aluminium, glass-filled poycarbonate|
IEC-320 C14 socket, C13 terminated cordset
6.3mm push-on blade terminals
6.3mm push-on blade terminals, adjacent to output (additional external ground if required)
|Output indicator||Green LED mains output on
Orange LED battery back up mode
|Mounting Method||By rubber feet on base and direct attachment to radio above|
|Safe area protection:
Limited by current sensing circuit
|Over heat||Limited by temperature sensing circuit|
|Transients||Protected by filters and rugged components|
|Catastrophic failure||Protected by input and output fuses|
|Approvals||2014/30/EU The general EMC directive
2014/35/EU The low voltage directive
93/68/EEC The CE marking directive
|Tested to||EN60950, EN55022, EN61204-3|