About the Russound A-PS
This power supply feeds up to four controller/amplifiers or distribution hubs in your Russound A-BUS multi-room music system. It connects to the system through the main or expansion hub. If you have a system with more than four in-wall controller/amplifiers or hubs, you will need more than one A-PS to provide enough power to your system.
- 3-7/8"W x 2-3/4"H x 7"D
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 2000-113833
What's in the box:
- A-PS 24 Volt/2.5 amp DC power supply with attached 6' output cord
- 6' AC power cord
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More details on the Russound A-PS
Overview: The A-PS Power Supply provides the power for up to four A-BUS controller/amplifiers. It installs at the main system location, and connects to the system through the main or expansion hub.
- Output Voltage: 24 volt DC; fully regulated output
- Output Current: 2.5 amps (maximum)
- Input Voltage: 100-240VAC, 1.0-amp @ 115VAC, 47-63 Hz
- Width: 3.84"
- Depth: 6.95" (10" with cables)
A-BUS System Overview: Instead of multi-channel amplifiers, speaker selector boxes, autoformers, impedance-matching equipment and long runs of expensive speaker wire, A-BUS includes amplified in-wall volume controls, and wiring installation time is significantly reduced as only a single 8-connector CAT-5 wire (not included) is run to each location. Simply add A-BUS to your existing stereo/home theater system and the A-BUS Amplified Controls will provide independent volume and source control to each room where an A-BUS module is installed. Each control contains a stereo amplifier rated to deliver 7.5 watts RMS per channel; the AC current to power each amplifier is delivered via the CAT-5 cable. The system also includes IR remote sensing and retransmission to let you control your components from any of the volume control locations, and included is a remote that controls the volume control itself and can be used to teach the Russound codes to IR learning remotes.