Challenging Environmental Conditions
Whether in the arctic or the desert, the WAGO Pro 2 Power Supply can start and run in temperatures from −40°C to +70°C (−40°F to +158°F). Low derating begins > 60°C (140°F) and allows 70% output power in 70°C (158°F) applications – even at an elevation of 5,000 m above sea level.
Furthermore, the wiring in the WAGO Power Supply Pro 2 has a high degree of resistance against transients. Overvoltage category III ensures safe operation in power grids with overvoltage surges or control cabinets with regenerative drive controllers.
Ambient temperatures from −40 to +70°C – You won’t need customized solutions for different locations and conditions, yet you’ll always have maximum flexibility.
Vibration resistance – Pro 2 stows everything away and reliably keeps equipment and processes running.
Overvoltage protection per OVC III – Reliably protects the input against transients.
WAGO Power Supply Pro 2
The Power of the Possible
Our answer to these stricter requirements is placing the WAGO Pro 2 Power Supply in the heart of the control cabinet. By doing so, you’ll be transforming today’s challenges into tomorrow’s possibilities. We call this “the power of the possible!”
WAGO’s pluggable communication modules provide continuous fieldbus communication for important data such as output current and voltage. The modular approach is fieldbus independent and provides solutions for most major protocols such as Modbus RTU, IO-Link, Modbus TCP/IP and Ethernet IP.
WAGO’s free interface configuration software offers local and remote parameter setting. Easily tailor your power supply to meet your system requirements.
PowerBoost allows for easy switching of capacitive loads and high start-up currents thanks to 150% output power for 5 seconds. TopBoost allows for reliable tripping of circuit breakers by providing 600% power reserves for 15 ms.
WAGO’s Pro 2 power supplies save cabinet space with a slim design and less spacing required between devices. 2D/3D data is available in all relevant formats. The pluggable connectors are labeled in accordance with EN 81346-2 to eliminate wiring errors.