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DC power supplies boast up to 1560W of power

20 Sep 2013

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B&K Precision recently added three new base models to its XLN series of programmable DC power supplies. The new models offer output voltages of 150V, 300V and 600V and up to 1560W of power from a single output. Housed in a 1U rack-mount package, the power supplies are aimed at high voltage ATE systems integration, product design and development and burn-in testing applications.

The XLN15010 provides an output voltage range of 5V to 150V with output current of 0.04A to 10.4A. The XLN30052 furnishes an output voltage of 5V to 300V with output current of 0.02A to 5.2A, while the XLN60026 supplies an output voltage of 5V to 600V and output current of 0.01A to 2.6A.

Like previous models, the supplies have a full numeric keypad and rotary knob on the front-panel interface. On the rear is the standard USB interface for remote control and an RS-485 interface for master/slave mode communication in parallel configurations. An analogue programming interface has been added for external analogue voltage and current control with monitoring functions, while the GPIB and LAN interface remains an available option.

A list mode feature with PC software is included with the XLN series for executing programmed test sequences of up to 150 steps, along with internal memory storage to save and recall up to 10 different instrument settings.

Datasheet for the XLN series of DC power supplies can be found here.

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