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Sorensen 600W test supply fits in 1U, half rack

Posted: 19 Jul 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Sorensen? elgar? dlm600w? test power supply? ic test supply?

The DLM 600W supply, now available from the Sorensen division of Elgar, comes in three high-voltage models (0 to 80Vdc, 150Vdc, and 300Vdc out from a universal autoranging ac input) to test a wide range of components, PCB, and electronic equipment.

The company bills it as the smallest 600W power supply available, at 1U and a half-rack wide, allowing for easy mounting of two units side by side. It has a flush-rack mounting-rail design, and no top or bottom cooling air is required.

The DLM 600 W delivers from 2A to 7.5A depending on the model, and its zero-voltage-transition switching technology contributes to low ripple and noise performance.

Front-panel controls include those for voltage and current adjustment with pushbuttons for power on, output on, local/remote, voltage and current preview, and overvoltage protection. Indicator readouts include high-visibility digital LEDs for voltage, current, and overvoltage protection settings.

LED indicators display status of output on/off, remote operation, overvoltage protection, fault, voltage mode, current mode, and external off (to indicate that output has been remotely turned off).

The fault-detection circuit monitors the condition of the logic power supply and the output converter driver for both overcurrent and overtemperature conditions. Remote control is provided through a standard analog interface or an optional IEEE 488.2/RS 232C interface with read-back capability. A GUI is also available for remote-control operation.

The DLM models conform to the CE safety and EMC standards, and have UL and c-UL listings. Prices start at $1,199 each.

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