PSU designed to meet the need for flexibility in the choice of voltage and current

20-03-2017 | Farnell element14 | Test & Measurement

The AIM-TTi PowerFlex design of the CPX series enables higher currents to be generated at lower voltages within an overall power limit envelope. The device is available now from Farnell element14. Each output can provide twice as much current as a conventional PSU of the same maximum voltage and power (see the power curve for each model).

 

The series is a different type of laboratory power supply designed to meet the need for flexibility in the choice of voltage and current. A conventional PSU has a fixed current limit giving a power capability that reduces directly with the output voltage.

 

The design of the series enables higher currents to be generated at lower voltages within an overall power limit envelope. Each output can provide considerably higher current than a conventional PSU of the same maximum voltage and power. Example voltage and current combinations include 60V/7A, 42V/10A, 28V/15A, and 20V/20A.

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