Securitron AQL D8/D8P Power Distribution Module

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The Securitron AQL D8/D8P Distribution Module offers programmable outputs to either of the two voltages available when used in an Securitron AQL dual voltage power system or to the continuous output of the power supply when used in a single voltage system.

Product Features

  • Dual Buss architecture for field selectable Buss 1 or Buss 2 output
  • 8 outputs for auxiliary power distribution or direct lock control and additional accessory power distribution modules
  • Output Protection: D8 ATM style fuse - 3 A/per output; D8P solid state circuit breaker - 2.5 A/per output
  • DC Out visual indicators (Dual color LED per output - Green: 12 V | Blue: 24 V)
  • Multiple modules can be daisy chained to add additional outputs
  • Multi-voltage ready when used with B100
  • Snap-in style standoffs with fast-on connect cables for easy field installation
  • Fiberglass PCB and high efficiency circuit generates less heat leading to a longer service and lower MTBF
  • MagnaCare® lifetime replacement, no-fault, no questions asked warranty

Specification Data

  • continuous outputs
  • 12 and/or 24 VDC input voltage
  • 12/24 VDC output voltage (jumper select)
  • Output Current D8: Fused a 3 A per output
  • Output Current D8P: Class II at 2.5 A per output
  • 4” x 2.5” x 1.5” [101.6mm x 63.5mm x 38.1mm]

Certifications & Listings
  • UL 294 Listed
  • UL 603 Listed
  • UL 1076 Listed
  • ULC-S318 Listed
  • ULC-S319 Listed
  • CSA C22.2 #107.1
  • CSA 22.2 #60950
  • RoHS Compliant
  • CSFM Approved
  • FCC Part 15, Subpart B

Securitron AQL Series Online Training Modules

Want to learn more about the Securitron AQL Series? Online training provides everything you need from product information to installation:

  • Full overview of each AQL power supply and module
  • Step-by-step visual installation guide
  • Basic troubleshooting guide
  • Product wrap-up and additional resources
  • Interactive quizzes to test your knowledge

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