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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Chris W, Nov 9, 2003.

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  1. Chris W

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    I would like to find a good deal on a used power supply but I'm not sure
    what to look for. I will list the features I want it in two categories,
    Must have and nice to have.

    Must have:
    0-24 volt or more.
    2 amps or more.
    Ability to regulate via voltage or current.
    With a +/- .1 volt resolution and +/- 1 mA resolution.


    Nice to have:
    Two or more outputs.
    Programmable.
    Can be controlled and monitored from a PC via serial or USB port.
    When regulated via current have a maximum voltage override.
    When regulated via voltage have a maximum current override.

    I think that is about it. Recommendations of specific brands and models
    that could be found used would be great.


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  2. Look at the HP 66312 if you can accept 20.47V as the maximum. I got a
    few for $200 each.


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  3. DarkMatter

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    Go to a military or industrial surplus store, or ebay.
     
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