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Lab power supply recomendations

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Martin Riddle, Apr 28, 2013.

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  1. What's a decent programmable lab power supply?
    I'm looking for 30v at 3A ( or standard 100 watt rating ) 48 volt would
    be nice, and programmable.
    Here is what I'm looking at:
    BK 9120A
    Rigol DP832A (can I series those Isolated outputs for 60V ?)
    And the Tek and Agilent products.

  2. Nico Coesel

    Nico Coesel Guest

    Be carefull with BK. They almost exclusively sell rebadged Chinese
    products and the quality does vary.
    This brand has many types and is their products are sold under many
    brand names:

    They also have switching lab power supplies which (according to tests
    on Eevblog) have excellent load regulation.
  3. Fred Abse

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  4. Fred Abse

    Fred Abse Guest

    I had a couple on evaluation, a while back. Tested them against all the
    manufacturer's specs, right up to full load (35V, 20A). They do exactly
    what it says on the box. I can recommend without hesitation.

    They ain't cheap, but they make Agilent's offering look poor.
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