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LAN interface added to power supply

The QPX1200 auto ranging DC power supply from TTi is now available with a LAN (Ethernet) interface in addition to usb and RS-232.

It is a 1.2KW unit featuring PowerFlex regulation enabling it to offer voltage and current combinations between 60V/20A and 20V/50A.

The power supply includes a linear output stage within its PowerFlex regulator. This gives it an output noise of under 3 mV RMS.

The unit is digitally controlled using instrumentation quality 16 bit DACs. Local setting is by either numeric keypad or spin wheel and remote control interfaces of analogue, RS-232 and usb are included as standard, with LAN (Ethernet) as an option.

Output and sense terminals are provided on the front and rear panels and, according to Tti, the QPX1200 is suited to bench or rack mount applications.

Chris Shaw

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