By Design Engineering StaffGeneral electrical power supply
Saelig’s programmable three-channel linear DC power supply offers dual independent outputs with separate controls.
Saelig Company, Inc. introduced its ODP3032, a programmable three-channel linear DC power supply. It features dual independent outputs with separate controls and one fixed 5V/3A supply for up to 195W total power with an output resolution of 1mV/1mA. Four operating modes are provided for the two variable outputs: independent (0~30V/0~3A), parallel (0~30V/0~6A), series (0~60V/0~3A), and plus-minus (-30V ~ +30V/0~3A). All three channels are isolated, and a 3.9-inch high-resolution (480 x320 pixels) TFT LCD color display. Over-voltage and over-current are configurable for load protection, and up to 30 groups of preset system configurations can be stored internally. Up to 100 groups of pre-stored timed voltage profiles can be used to generate arbitrary waveforms for voltage test cycle profiles. Serial USB and RS232 interfaces are provided for remote control of the power supply, or remote display of the screen information.