DIN Rail power supplies tend to be the lowest cost (per Watt) of all of the types of power supply. It is generally very easy to find a replacement if you have a unit failed. It might be that we can find you the exact like for like replacement or we can suggest a suitable replacement. The things we would need to know are:
- Any size and shape requirements. Especially if fitting into a confined space
- The voltage of the unit which you are replacing, this is very important because if you try and power your device with the wrong voltage then you could damage it. The voltage should be marked on the failed power supply, or if you have lost that then should be on the device you are powering.
- The current or power is also important but does not need to be exactly matched. As long as the current (in Amps or A) is higher than the device requires then it will run fine and there is no risk of damaging it. i.e. if your failed unit was 2A then you could use a 3A unit
- The position of the input and output terminals may be important if you have fixed wiring (to ensure cables reach)