[time-nuts] Favorite DC power Supply?
tractorb at ihug.co.nz
Fri May 2 19:25:14 EDT 2008
Useful if you need to check integrity of high current crimped joints,
connectors etc- the supply is bound to be a switcher, so if you can
figure out how to tweak the voltage over a goodly range with existing
ccty,, then it's a done deal- otherwise you may need to build an
external series regulator (adjustable series resistor!)
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>I have a Kikusui PAR80A that I've become attached to. 0-80Vdc @1A,
>0-8Vdc @10A with 1mA resolution in a small but heavy box. Single
>output, but I have other PSs if I need more.
> What would one use 5Vdc @ 100A supplies for these days? I found 2
> HP units in the garage last weekend.
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