powering multiple PCBs

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morls

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I'm putting together a transfer console, and need some advice on how to power 6 PCBs from 1 power supply. The total current drawn is around 1A, and the switching power supply specs are 52.8W, 24V, 2.2A.

The power output is V+ and V-, and each board also has V+, V-. Would something like this do the job?

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Cheers
Stephen
 

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It's hard to give an answer if the manufacturer doesn't give power ratings for the PCB's. I use Phoenix DIN rail terminal blocks for this. They can be configured to bus as many signals together as you need. I use Phoenix UT 2.5 MTD blocks. You also need to buy the Bridges to bus together the blocks.
 

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