382213

Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply

Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply

Description

This Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply is adjustable to 30V/3A with fixed 5V and 12V outputs.

Features

  • Overload and short circuit protection
  • Constant voltage or current
  • Current limiting front panel LED indicator
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This Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply features easy snap terminals for 5V and 12V outputs. The overload and short circuit protection keep users safe when using the power supply. It includes a 0-30V adjustable voltage output, 0-3A adjustable current output, and independent 5V and 12V outputs provide for TTL or CMOS projects. Model 382203 is an analog display and model 382213 is a digital LCD display.

Notable Specifications:
  • Voltage output, DC: 0 to 30 Volts
  • Current output, DC: 0 to 3 Amps
  • Ripple and noise:< 5mV
  • Line regulation:< 0.05%+10mV
  • Load regulation:< 0.05%+10mV
  • Fixed output voltage: 5V/0.5A (cont.), 1A(max); 12V/0.5A (cont.), 1A(max)
  • Display: 382203 - analog or 382213 - digital (V&A),3 digit 0.1 res. LCD
  • Power: 110/220VAC 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions: 6 x 5.6 x 9.5" (152 x 142 x 242)
  • Weight: 11lbs. (5kg)
What's Included:
  • (1) Power Supply
  • (1) Power cord
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply 382213 Triple output DC power supply, digital display
$209.99
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Extech Triple Output DC Power Supply 382203 Triple output DC power supply, analog display
$179.99
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