Aim TTi QPX600D 600Watt Dual DC Power Supply with PowerFlex+

•Number of outputs: 2
•Voltage range: 0 – 80V
•Current range: 0 – 50A
•Power range: Up to 600W
•Output voltage solution 0.001V
•Output current solution: 0.01A
•Voltage load control: ≤0.01% ± 5mV
•Ripple and voltage noise (regulated): .3mVrms

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The Aim TTi QPX600D is a dual output dc power supply with a maximum total output power of 1200 watts (600 watts each output) and is suited to both bench-top and system applications. The QPX600D is a different type of laboratory power supply designed to meet the need for flexibility in the choice of voltage and current. A conventional PSU has a fixed current limit giving a power capability that reduces directly with the output voltage. The Aim-TTi PowerFlex design of the QPX600D enables higher currents to be generated at lower voltages within an overall power limit envelope. Each output can provide more than six times the current of a conventional PSU of the same maximum voltage and power. The QPX600D can be operated as two entirely independent power supplies, each with its own comprehensive graphic LCD display. Alternatively multiple isolated tracking modes are available including ones intended for series and parallel operation which provide metering of total voltage or total current respectively.

•Dual independent or tracking 600 watt outputs
•PowerFlex+ design gives ultra-wide range of voltage/current combinations.
•Ultra-wide range of voltage/current combinations
•Up to 80V and up to 50A within each 600W power envelope
•Isolated tracking of voltage only, or voltage and current
•Smart metering and tracking functions facilitate series or parallel wiring for up to 160V or 100A
•Low output noise and ripple
•Bench or rack mounting •High setting resolution of 1mV
•Variable OVP and OCP trips
•Analog control interfaces for voltage and current

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