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E3631A 80W Triple Output Power Supply, 6V, 5A & ±25V, 1A

Product Status: Discontinued | Currently Supported

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Where can I find manuals for discontinued and obsolete Hewlett-Packard, Agilent and Keysight test equipment?
Most Keysight products have PDF manuals that can be found on product pages. Other vendors also supply old manuals.

FAQ 2014-08-01

66xxA, E363xA and E364xA: Ca Keysight Power Supplies Sink Current?
Yes! Sinking, or down-programming, is the ability to pull current into the positive terminal of a power supply.

FAQ 2013-01-22

What does the check mark at the rear panel label of the E3600 series bench power supply mean?
The check mark on the rear panel label shows the AC power rating for this unit which shipped from the factory.

FAQ 2010-09-20

Why some bench power supply comes with yellow label stating 100V ONLY or 115V ONLY?
The main purpose of the yellow label (as shown below) is to caution customer ...

FAQ 2010-09-20

How can I read the calibration date for an E363xA or an E364xA power supply?
The calibration message containing the factory calibration date can be retrieved by using the "CALibration:STRing" command. After the calibration is completed, the date can be changed with the " CALibration:STRing " command.

FAQ 2010-09-08

How can I eliminate the flashing single digit in the front-panel display?
The flashing digit indicates the digit of the output parameter displayed that can be changed by turning the front panel knob. Use the resolution key (<) or (>) to move the flashing digit to the left or right until the flashing stops.

FAQ 2010-09-08

E363xA and E364xA: Disabling the Control Knob
To disable the front-panel control knob, scroll the flashing digit on the front-panel display to the right or left using the selection keys (<) or (>) until the flashing digit disappears. Notice that the control knob and all front-panel keys are n...

FAQ 2010-09-08

What is the settling time for the E364xA supplies?
For the E364xA series, Settling Time is defined as the maximum time required for the output voltage to change from 1% to 99% (or vice versa) following receipt of a VOLTage or APPLy command from the GPIB or RS-232 interface. The settling time is <...

FAQ 2010-09-08

66xxA and E36xxA: Determining Power Supply Constant Current Mode
The power supply cannot be "put" into the constant current mode.

FAQ 2010-08-27

For the E363xA and E364xA Bench Power Supply, the display update speed when the "Display Limit" function is on is different from …
For the E363xA and E364xA Bench Power Supply (BPS), the display update speed is different because....

FAQ 2010-08-09

How can I clear the content of power supply memory for programmable E36xxA power supplies?
There is no way to clear the contents of the store/recall states. They can be overwritten as many times as desired but there is not an explicit way to delete saved states.

FAQ 2010-05-16

How can noise be superimposed on the output of a dc power supply?
Keysight power supplies are designed to have the lowest noise that is practically possible. For some applications it is desirable to simulate the effect of noise on the output, for example to test system immunity to power line disturbances.

FAQ 2009-06-14

How do I adjust the voltage or current settings when the Output is disabled on a Keysight E36xxA-Series power supply?
When the Output is disabled, press the 'Display Limit' button on the front panel to place the power supply in the limit mode. Then, set the limit values for the output voltage and current. Press the 'Output Off' button again to enable the power su...

FAQ 2008-09-23

How long is the calibration time interval?
Keysight recommends 1 year as the calibration interval for all E3600 series power supplies.

FAQ 2008-09-23

Which of the E36xxA power supplies can be controlled from the remote interface?
The Keysight E3631A, E3632A, E3633A, E3634A, E3640A, E3641A, E3642A, E3643A, E3644A, E3645A, E3646A, E3647A, E3648A, and E3649A power supplies are fully programmable and you can program them from the RS-232 or GPIB (IEEE-488) interface. Both remote...

FAQ 2008-09-23

How do I rack mount the E36xxA manual and programmable power supplies?
Model: E3610A, E3611A, E3612A, E3630A These are three inch manual DC Power Supplies which were not original intended to be rack mounted. If you have a need to install one or more in a rack, order rack mount kit 5063-9767. This kits contains a sup...

FAQ 2008-09-23

How much internal memory is available to the user in the E363xA and E364xA power supplies?
The E3631A, E3632A, E3633A and E3634A have 3 non-volatile recall states for the output parameters, each of which can store the voltage, current limit and over-voltage protection setting.

FAQ 2008-09-23

Do the E364xA power supplies have fan cooling?
Yes. The fan speed in the E364xA series supplies is controlled automatically for reduced acoustic noise when the ambient temperature and power supply load is such that the full cooling capability is not required.

FAQ 2008-09-22

How do I change the power-line voltage setting for an E36xxA-Series power supply?
Certain model families have different methods for changing the line voltage as listed below. Always make sure that the correct fuse is installed before powering up after changing the line voltage.

FAQ 2008-09-22

E363xA and E364xA: Compatibility with National GPIB I/F Card
Yes, the National Instruments GPIB board is very configurable. However, this can cause some problems.

FAQ 2008-09-22

E364xA: Accessories
Rackmount Kit - The power supply can be mounted in a standard 10-inch rack cabinet using one of three optional kits.

FAQ 2008-09-22

What types of output connections are allowed?
The Keysight E364xA offers new versatile binding posts on the front panel and screw type terminals on the rear panel.

FAQ 2008-09-22

66xxA, E362xA, E363xA, E364xA: DC Power Supplies Connecting in Series or in Parallel
The resultant voltage for series connections cannot exceed the maximum floating voltage allowed for any on the component power supplies. While this is typically +/-240 volts dc, there are some supplies as low as +/-25 volts dc, and others as high ...

FAQ 2008-09-22

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

Does the Keysight E364xA offer any alternative programming languages?
The Keysight E364xA's programming language is compatible with SCPI (1998) and IEEE 488.2. No other programming languages are available.

FAQ 2008-09-22

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