Siemens Sitop Drives - modular 20 A Stabilized power
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SITOP modular 20 A Stabilized power supply input: 120/230 V AC, output: 24 V DC/20 A
|Dimensions (cm)||16,00 x 12,50 x 12,50|
|Country of Manufacture||Germany|
|Export Control Regulations (ECCN)||N|
|Degree of protection||IP20|
Product Questions (8)
What does drive repair cost at JC-Electronics?
Repairing a drive is different for each item and status of the product. As a result, the cost of the repair is also different. For a quote please contact our Customer Service.
On average, how long does it take to have a drive repaired by JC-Electronics?
Having a drive repaired currently takes 12 weeks at JC-Electronics. Emergency repair to fix a drive takes approximately 5-8 business days. For a quote, please contact our Customer Service Department.
What is and does a drive do?
A drive, also called a variable speed drive, is used to control the speed of an electric motor. A variable speed drive allows you to control the speed (the speed) of the shaft of a motor.
Can JC-Electronics repair all types of drives?
Yes, the technical specialists of JC-Electronics can test and repair all types of drives. Damaged parts of a drive can often be replaced and the drive will also be completely cleaned.
How do you test a defective drive?
At JC-Electronics all functionalities of a drive are 100% tested. This way we only deliver well tested, high quality products to our customers including a 2 year warranty.
How do I (un)install a drive?
The (de)installation of a drive is different for each product. Watch our instructional videos disassembling some drives.
Can JC-Electronics customize and update my drive?
JC-Electronics can update any drive with the latest operating system software. For this you can contact our Customer Service.
How does JC-Electronics ensure the compatibility of a drive?
We know which drives can exchange information with each other. In doing so, we use an item master map that shows which predecessor/successor drives there are of each drive.