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    Hello folks,
    I am about to order a 24 volt DIN mountable PSU for my IP/M controller. Could I ask what sort of output current do I need from the PSU?
    Regards Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillybo View Post
    Hello folks,
    I am about to order a 24 volt DIN mountable PSU for my IP/M controller. Could I ask what sort of output current do I need from the PSU?
    Regards Chris
    According to the manual it says power consumption is 5W so about 0.2A I would use a 5A PS in case you want to power other things in the control box
    ..Clive
    The more you know, The better you know, How little you know

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    I used a 5A unit on all my builds without issue.

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    Thanks Clive, good idea about having a bit of spare power for when it may be needed.

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