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Hi friends, can anybody send me the Data sheet or information about DC power supply programmable (0-72) at 5 Amp Instrument. Actually I have searched in the google but I am not able to find out. So anybody help me please
Hello All, Can someone point me to a circuit, where I can pro-grammatically using SPI/I2C/PWM etc protocols set current source from 0mA to 500mA in steps of 1mA. may be an IC or even transistor-MOSFET based circuit design. Vin MAX= 24V Vin MIN = 3V Vout Max= 24V Iout= 0mA to 500mA in steps of 1mA .. current managed completely us
Hi, I was wondering if there are standard design for commercial programmable power supplies such as these: Are they based on SMPS or linear architecture? How can I build one?
hi all, What is Taper Charge Mode and how can I implemented with a commercial programmable power supply?
uC is not necessary.. After a proper ADC ( Parallel Output ) you may use a programmable Decoder ( or simply Gates Decoder) to obtain "Flags" for your circuit. Flags means that when digital words ( bytes ) have wanted value a flag is move up and excite the other circuit.
I am looking for multi-channel programmable power supply. I know there are quad power suppllies, but I am looking for 8 channels or more. The good thing is I don't need lots of watts. 0.1W per channel rated power is more than enough for me. GPIB control is preferred but not a must. Considering my low (...)
You may need to be more specific on the voltage range and the current rating. you may need to go for a programmable power supply. Example: Regards Udhay
The pictures of it do not show banana plugs where power and ground plugs would normally be inserted. How do you plug in power cables to this power supply? Look at the fourth picture on this site: The ou
This bench power supply unit is less comlex than most other circuits but has a lot more features: The display shows the actual measured values for voltage and current. The display shows the pre-set limites for voltage and current. Only standard components are used (no special chips). Only one power source is needed (no (...)
You need 4 pieces of Pulse-Width-Modulation (PWM) DC motor controller circuits and a huge 12V/250A power supply. :roll: Controller example: programmable dual 60A brushed DC motor controller - | Brushed DC Motor Controllers-robote
Here's some of the first set of results I got with google: tuxgraphics.org: A Digital DC power supply (programmable bench power supply unit) power supply
There are an Operational Amplifier manufactured by Burr-Brown ( now, Texas Instruments ) wich have a pin so that the gain can be programmable. +++
Check these, you might get a few ideas: tuxgraphics.org: A Digital DC power supply (programmable bench power supply unit) tuxgraphics.org: A Digital DC power supply (programmable bench pow
Check the following articles digital DC powersupply A digital DC power supply -- part 2: the software A digital DC power supply -- part 3: command contro
I need a power supply for the load of 10KW, which will feed it with the alternative currency, but by pulses of 2 KHz. The power in the load will be regulated by regulating the duty cycle of pulses. Control pulses can be generated by PC or programmable controller, as the power in the load should vary (...)
Colleagues, Does anyone have a table for a discharge characteristic (voltage vs discharge) of some NiMH cell (common AA size)? Could you upload it , or post a link? I’m making a basic battery simulator out of a programmable power supply under control of a PC. Thanks! - Nick P.S. I don’t forget to click (...)
I HAVE THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. 1) HAMEG INSTRUMENTS - programmable power supply HM7044 2) TEKTRONIX TDS3014B & TCP202 CURRENT PROBE - 4 CHANNEL COLOR DIGITAL OSCILLOSCOPE 100MHZ 1.25GB/S DIGITAL PHOSPHUR OSCILLOSCOPE - COMES WITH ORGINAL PROBES 3) TOPWARD 8150 - DIGITAL SWEEP FUNCTION (...)
I'm designing a portable, for non-professional use, multi-chemistry Battery Charger. The device also can be used as programmable power supply. It is based on SMPS. Mains Voltage - 230VAC/50Hz, ,output power - 150W max, consumed AC power - 180W max, cos_ph =0,65-0,70 (measured,currently without PFC). (...)
I found a voltage-controlled current sink as following: For the sake of convenience, the circuit schematic in the article is copied and pasted here as Figure 1 below. I'm not sure whether I could replace the "power supply under test" with the "armature winding circuit" as shown in the modified figu
have anyone studied this microchip Sync Buck Board source code ? Inside it has two output voltages ( 5 and 3.3) under 9V input. Actually I wish to convert their idea to programmable switching power supply with matrix key input , i.e key in 9V gives 9V , so the first thing to do is to increase the input voltage , but after I try to increase (...)