DC power supply

  • 26-Sep-2017 03:13 EDT


Kikusui Electronics' (Santa Clara, CA) PWR-01 series is a wide-range bench top DC power supply that provides testing performance in a compact, user-friendly package. The PWR-01 is a versatile instrument with models ranging from 400 W, 800 W and 1200 W rated power output and maximum rated voltage up to 650 V. Equipped with a 4x voltage and current variable ratio as well as a 30% increase in power density compared to its previous model, Kikusui Electronics claims the PWR-01 is guaranteed to satisfy the need for flexible current and voltage in a wide variety of applications. Variable internal impedance is a unique new feature that allows for various types of simulations suitable for automotive, solar panel evaluation and other battery-driven applications.

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