Problem solving sparks innovation

ETPS reviewBy engineering programmable power supplies and test systems, ETPS says it provides problem solving skills to spark innovation to leading technology brands.

At the show the company launched the Lab-Auto DC power supply. In-built auto-ranging means a greater number of voltage and current combinations are possible within the unit’s nominal power rating. Therefore several conventional DC sources can often be replaced with just one system, saving both cost and bench space, says the company.

Constant voltage, current and power modes are provided as standard. Each unit has a programmable internal resistance range, making it suitable for simulating the output of energy storage devices in test rigs.

Up to 8000 sets of programmed memories for V, A, W and time values can be stored within the internal memory. This allows common test routines to be executed at the touch of a button.

Single units are available with outputs up to 15kW. Up to 10 power supplies can be combined in parallel to create high power systems up to 150kW.

Find out more at http://www.etps.co.uk

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