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66xxA, 68xxB, N330A and E36xxA: Determining the Correct Line Voltage Option to Order for a Power...
Some power products use lots of power, far beyond the range of typical electronic products with which we are familiar. This makes choosing the correct line voltage option more challenging.

FAQ 2008-09-22

66xxA: Re-Calibration Date
There are no components used in Power Products which have a specific shelf life. Therefore, the calibration period of this instrument begins on the date that the product is first put into service by the customer. The recommended calibration interv...

FAQ 2008-09-22

66xxA: Calibration Certificates
Criteria have been established to determine which products get or do not get a calibration from the factory. A product with a product number does not automatically qualify for a calibration certificate.

FAQ 2008-09-22

How can I offset the voltage drop caused by long cable lengths from my dc power supply to the device under test (DUT)?
Normally, Keysight power supplies are delivered configured to deliver their full specs at the output terminals. In some application, where long lead lengths to the DUT are unavoidable, the regulation of the power supply at the DUT can be significan...

FAQ 2007-06-01

What types of memory are installed into the Keysight N3300A and N3301A DC electronic load mainframes?
Please refer to the document linked to this page for a comprehensive listing of internal memory information for N3300A and N3301A DC electronic load products.

FAQ 2006-11-15

66xxA, E435xB, 605xB, N3300A and E36xxA: 'Floating' the Output of a Power Supply Above Ground
66xxA, E435xB, 605xB, N3300A and E36xxA: 'Floating' the Output of a Power Supply Above Ground

FAQ 2006-10-21

How do I clear non-volatile memory locations for security purposes?
For Keysight Model 66000A, each module has 5 states where data can be saved (0 to 4). State 'zero' is the wake-up state. To clear all states, save ZERO into each state.

FAQ 2006-10-21

Can I use Keysight Electronic Loads in series and in parallel?
Keysight electronic loads ARE designed to be operated in parallel for more current, but NOT in series for more voltage.

FAQ 2006-04-11

What are the units used when setting the current slew rate in the electronic loads from the front panel and over the GPIB?
For the N3300A series electronic loads, all slew rate entries from the front panel or over the GPIB are done in the units of amperes per second (A/s).

FAQ 2006-04-11

Ca Keysight power supplies be programmed from 0 to full output voltage using a 0 to 10V signal source?
Yes, many Keysight power supplies feature remote voltage programming or analog programming capability. However, there is a potential danger in analog programming any power supply, especially a high voltage supply...

FAQ 2006-04-11

How do I get my N3300/01A to output a negative going trigger pulse?
The trigger out of the N3300/01A electronic load mainframes is a positive pulse. Many electronic instruments require a negative pulse for a trigger in signal. The workaround is to use the digital port functionality of the electronic load. The d...

FAQ 2006-04-10

66xxA: Synchronize Different System Power Supply Outputs

FAQ 2003-06-04