The Extech Precision with Programmable 200 Watt Output DC Power Supply has two fixed outputs of 5V and 3.3V.
The Extech Preciion with Programmable 200 Watt Output DC Power Supply has high resolution (1mV and 1mA) user programmable output and voltage protection, and two fixed outputs of 5V and 3.3V. The auto output is of up to 200 steps with programmable voltage, current, and time. The overload delay time is also programmable from 0 to 60 seconds. The dual output terminal allows for source and monitor connections for power with high stability and low ripple and noise. The bi-directional PC interface commands allow setup and readback using the Windows HyperTerminal or similar PC communication programs.
Applications include precision R & D voltage and current source, repetitive production tests using setup recall feature, prototype board initial power-up with overload protection, and general purpose high power lab requirements.
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