Clean and Stable Power Up To 200 Watts
When your requirements demand more power, the E3630 series offers up to 200 W per output. These linear power supplies meet the requirements of the most demanding applications in R&D design verifications, production testing, and QA verifications with quality and reliability you can count on.
- Low noise linear power supply
- Excellent regulation
- Single output, 120 or 200 W
- More voltage-current combinations with dual–range output
- Four-wire remote sense
- Save and recall functions
- Overvoltage and overcurrent protection
- RS232 and GPIB Interfaces
Reliable Power Up To 200 W
Three single output with power supplies dual-range comprise the E3630 linear power supply series. The dual range supplies give you a high and low voltage range – the low range has the ability to source more current. Also, the E3630 Series offer 4-wire remote sense to give you an accurate voltage at the load. Tests are automated using the RS232 or GPIB interface. When you need reliable power up to 200 W, consider the time-tested E3630 series.
Number of Outputs
120 to 200 W
Ripple and Noise
< 350 µVrms
0.05% + 10 mV
RS232 and GPIB
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When selecting the right power supply, remember to look at both ranges of a dual-range supply. As an example, all three dual-range supplies can output 12 V, but each has a different maximum current. Choosing the supply with the right amount of power gives you lower noise and better device protection.
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