PowerEgg2 Mains Voltage Detector and Switch

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PowerEgg2 is a mains power supply detector and can be controlled via a relay contact. The device is designed for use with 110/230Vac single phase mains power supplies and a maximum load of 8A. PowerEgg2 has two IEC320 connectors, including a C14 input and C13 outlet. Simply connect the device before any load to be monitored or controlled and connect remotely to an environment monitor with the ability to drive Digital Inputs (DO) and/or monitor Digital Output (DO) contacts. The controlling and controlled circuits are electrically isolated. Low voltage closing contacts are used for power detection and output control only. PowerEgg2 has two functions:

  • Power Detection: detects the presence of a mains voltage on the input and indicates this with a changeover contact
  • Control: disconnects the output voltage on command and control from an external DC voltage or a contact

PowerEgg2 Features

  • Detector input: Voltage detection (110/230V)
  • Detector interface: Connect to any dry contact DI (digital input)
  • Detection for: any DI (Digital Input) on Poseidon, STE, Damocles, or I/O controller
  • Output Control: turn ON/OFF a 110/230Vac output voltage (max 8A), can be connected to any digital output
  • Control interface: connect to any DO (digital output), relay or open collector or 3-12Vdc voltage
  • Control: any DO (Digital Output) on a Poseidon, STE, Damocles, or I/O controller


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  • Monitoring the output voltage of a UPS input/output
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  • Emergency cooling and/or ventilation trigger
  • Load disconnection when operating on battery power