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  • heriify
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    Originally posted by a agnone View Post
    Could not think of a better Title. Using the Rhino PSB24-060-P for an example. Who's idea was it to put two release levers under the power supply? Bad idea. I wrestled trying to mount the power supply din rail . I had to use a screwdriver on one then push it down then use the screwdriver on the opposite one to finally get the power supply down onto the rail. I can see why they thought it was a good idea, better access from both sides. I hate it. But love the power supplies.
    Bad idea to put levers under power supply

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  • bdehner
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    Thank you for the posts. We appreciate your business and your feedback. I have made the Product Engineer/Manager aware of your concerns. Thanks again.

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  • a agnone
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    yea very affordable and dependable. At the price, I will put up with it. Could you imagine the price if they eliminated one of the slide locks! Be cheaper yet. lol

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  • Ridgeline Mach
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    Yeah, certainly not the easiest model to mount to DIN rail, and I've used a lot of them. I've performed the two screwdriver method you described as well. Affordable? Absolutely! Easy to mount? Ummm

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  • a agnone
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    Just to add to it. I think it is cause they are made out of plastic, they give too much and do not want to give way. Maybe if they were metal, it would work better.

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    din mounting power supply

    Could not think of a better Title. Using the Rhino PSB24-060-P for an example. Who's idea was it to put two release levers under the power supply? Bad idea. I wrestled trying to mount the power supply to the din rail. I had to use a screwdriver on one then push it down then use the screwdriver on the opposite one to finally get the power supply down onto the rail. I can see why they thought it was a good idea, better access from both sides. I hate it. But love the power supplies.
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