Extech 18V/3A Single Output DC Power Supply
- Constant voltage or current
- Short circuit protection for optimal safety
- Dual backlit LCD displays Voltage and Current
|382202||18V/3A Single output DC power supply|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
|382200||30V/1A Single output DC power supply|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
This Extech power supply is compact and regulated for bench testing, field service, and telecommunication equipment use. The 382202 provides 18V/3A power supplies, and the 382200 30V/1A power supplies. Constant voltage or current can be monitored on the dual display backlit LCD display. Other features include short circuit protection for optimal safety, banana plug output terminals, and low noise.
- Display accuracy: ±(1.5%rdg); ±(2%rdg)
- Voltage output (382200): 30.0 Volts
- Voltage output (382202): 18.0 Volts
- Current output,DC (382200): 0 – 1.00 Amp
- Current ouput, DC (382202): 0 – 3.00 Amps
- Ripple and noise: <0.5mV/<3mA
- Line regulation: < 0.01% + 3mV/< 0.2% + 3mA
- Load regulation: < 0.01% + 2mV/< 0.2% + 3mA
- Power: 115V/230V; 50/60Hz
- Warranty: 1 year
- Dimensions: (WxHxD) 9.4 x 4.25 x 6" (240 x 108 x 154mm)
- Weight (382200): 4.4lbs. (2 kg)
- Weight (382202): 6.6lbs. (3kg)
- (1) Power supply
- (1) Power cord
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