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The BPS series of filtered and regulated DC battery-charging power supplies from Securitron Magnalock Corporation of Sparks, Nevada, are rated Class II by Underwriters Laboratories. That classification means that output wires do not require a conduit, thus saving installation costs. The power supplies come in 12 models ranging from 1 to 15 amps at 12 volts and 1 to 10 amps at 24 volts. The units are furnished in wall-mount hinged-steel enclosures with safety warning lamps on the front. Sealed lead-acid battery packs can be added for automatic backup power. Units with more than 1-amp capacity feature four or eight separate circuits, each protected by automatic circuit breakers with status indicators. A short circuit on one zone is automatically switched off while other zones operate normally. Power supplies carry a two-year warranty in addition to safes and technical support.

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