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Sargent 3521 12VDC Regulated Power Supply 1 AmpSargent 3521 12VDC Regulated Power Supply 1 Amp
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Sargent 3521 12VDC Regulated Power Supply 1 Amp

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Used to provide necessary power requirements to all of SARGENT’S hardware products, including electromechanical locks. The 3521 is a 12VDC Regulated Power Supply.

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Product Description

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• Integral battery charging capability keeps sealed lead acid gel/cell at full charge in case of line voltage failure
• 1 Amp
• Fused line voltage input with one DC output
• Each circuit can be individually turned on & off via a slide switch and the power status of each is shown by an LED
• In the event of a DC short problem is confined to the zone of difficulty,
• Fire alarm interface standard
• Ideally suited for: Anywhere a 12 VDC Regulated, Filtered Supply is Needed
• Battery Pack 737 12VDC 5AMP hour Backup battery (optional)

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Sargent ASSA ABLOY
Model 3521
Input Voltage 110-120 VAC hot, neutral and earth ground are connected to terminals “H”, “N”, “G”
Output Voltage 12VDC
Output Current (AMPS) 1 AMPS
U.L. Listed UL Class 2 Listed
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 10.0000

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