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Ultimate bench power supply New PWR-01 power supplies


Telonic Instruments announce the UK release of the new Kikusui PWR-01 series of wide-range benchtop programmable DC power supplies.


The PWR-01 series are versatile instruments with models offering 400W, 800W, and 1200W rated power output with maximum rated voltages up to 650V. Equipped with a 4-times voltage and current variable ratio, making this one of the most versatile range of DC power supplies on the market today, the PWR-01 provides flexible current and voltage for a variety of applications.


Variable internal impedance is a unique new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive test and other battery-driven applications as well as solar-panel evaluation.


The PWR-01 is also equipped with a soft-start function that limits the inrush current, minimizing any harmful effects to DUTs such as DC motors. The power supplies are also equipped with ergonomic power setting knobs, allowing the operator to control voltage and current independently, as well as front-facing banana plugs designed for safety and convenience.


The PWR-01 programmable internal-memory feature lets the engineer save custom sequences on the power supply, eliminating the need to access a PC every time a test is conducted.


Synchronized operation allows for more complex sequences over multiple channels for accurate testing of DC/DC converters and other products.


LAN (LXI), USB, and RS-232 interfaces are included as a standard; the PWR can be operated in almost any testing environment via SCPI commands, facilitating system integration.


Kikusui power supplies are available for both sale and hire from UK based Telonic Instruments Ltd.


For more information please visit www.telonic.co.uk


16-bit AWGs with 8 channels per card, up to Very compact 2 x 4in single output


power supplies provide up to 300W Leading power supply specialist, Powersolve, announces a series of compact, single output AC-DC power supplies designed to provide as much as 300W output. They a wide operating temperature range of -30º to +85ºC (with some derating). The six model PSY300 series are open baseplate units with a tiny 2 x 4in (50.8 x 101.6mm) footprint and a height of 1.31in (33.5mm).


Operating from a wide 90 to 264VAC input range with active PFC, models in the PSY300 series provide single fixed output voltages of 12V, 18V, 24V, 30V, 48V or 54V DC, providing up to 150W convection cooled, 180W conduction cooled through baseplate and 250W with fan cooling. With both conduction and forced air cooling, a PSY300 unit can give up to 300W output power. A 12V, 0.3A fan supply is a standard feature.


PSY300 units are efficient (up to 92%) and feature a no load power consumption figure of 0.15W without fan. The power supplies are protected against short circuit, over current, over voltage and over temperature.


The units have a high capacitive load capability, are suitable for Class I and Class II operation and feature an extra low leakage current figure of less than 100µA.


The PSY300 series meet all relevant EMI radiated and conducted standards and have a number of safety approvals pending. Powersolve can also supply models with any output voltages from 9V to 57VDC, still within the safety approvals, but these may be subject to minimum order quantities.


www.powersolve.co.uk


80 synchronized AWG-channels in one PC Spectrum Instrumentation has used its modular design philosophy to create a unique solution for customers wanting multi-channel AWGs: Having 8 AWG channels on a single PCIe-card only 168 mm in length offers great new opportunities for very compact and affordable test systems. The addition of the two new 8-channel-cards to Spectrum's latest "65" series of PCIe Arbitrary waveform generators means that, using Spectrum’s Star-Hub, up to 80 channels can be fully synchronized in a single PC! As standard, all cards of the "65" series offer a huge on-board memory of 512 MSamples to store and replay lots of waveforms. Using the PCIe-x4 platform, these AWGs provide a data transfer speed which is 5 to 10 times higher than in other solutions, offering 700 MByte/s of FIFO streaming speed. This is ideal for automated testing when customers need to replay lots of different test signals over many channels to accurately recreate real world test conditions. Applications include component testing, automotive, robotics, aerospace, medical and industrial ultrasound, LIDAR, radar and sonar.


“This family of AWG cards has the lowest noise of any AWGs that we have so far designed, being more than 20% lower when compared to our predecessor AWG families” said Oliver Rovini, Spectrum’s CTO. “In addition, these cards now have 16-bit resolution and a clock being twenty times more accurate at only ±1 ppm. We already have a university research department using an AWG to control the placement of individual atoms.”


Offering up to 8 channels per card, the cost per channel is cut dramatically. This makes Spectrum’s high-performance test solutions really affordable and opens up new application areas that were restricted due to the high costs of multi-point, dedicated AWG solutions.


www.spectrum-instrumentation.com


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