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SIMATIC S7-200

plc simatic s7 200 and power supply

Thread Starter: sotos   Started: 9/24/2009 6:04 PM   Replies: 1

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  9/24/2009, 6:04 PM
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Hi all!
I have a simatic s7-200 with cpu 6ES7 212-1BA01-0XB0 but i don't know with which power supply to connect it.
Should i connect it with the 230VAC at home?
The manual says:

Voltage/frequency range 85 to 264 VAC at 47 to 63 Hz

Input current 4 VA typical, CPU only

50 VA maximum load

Holdup time 20 ms minimum from

110 VAC

Inrush current 20 A peak at 264 VAC

Fusing (non-replaceable) 2 A, 250 V, slow blow

5 VDC current 260 mA for CPU

340 mA for expansion I/O

Isolated Yes. Transformer, 1500 VAC,

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Best regards,
Sotos

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  9/25/2009, 1:32 AM
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Dear Sotos...

With the specification you mentioned, you can supply the CPU from the power supply plug at your home yes, but be careful that the power supply at your home meets the specification you mentioned.

Have luck.
Tomy the Master.

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