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Instek PSW 250-4.5

PSW 250-4.5 Instek DC Power Supply

250V/4.5A/360W Multi-Range DC Power Supply

The PSW 250-4.5 is a 360 Watt DC Power Supply from Instek. Supplies DC Voltage and Current to test, design, and troubleshoot electric and electronic circuits. Applications include Burn In, QA, ATE, Research, Design, and Education to name a few.

Price: $1,500.00



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Instek PSW 250-4.5 Features:

  • Output Power Rating: 360W
  • Voltage Rating: 250V
  • Constant Power Output for Multiple Range (V&I) Operation
  • CV/CC Priority; Particularly Suitable for the Battery and LED Industry
  • Adjustable Slew Rate
  • Parallel Operation: Up to 3 units
  • High Efficiency and High Power Density
  • 1/6 Rack Mount Size Design (EIA/JIS Standard) for 360W
  • Standard Interface: LAN,USB,Analog Control Interface
  • Optional Interface: GPIB-USB Adaptor
  • LabView Driver

The Instek PSW 250-4.5 is a single output multi-range programmable switching DC Power Supply with a power output of 360 watts. The multi-range feature allows the flexible and efficient configuration of voltage and current within its power range. As with all PSW-Series power supplies, the PSW 250-4.5 can be connected in series for maximum 2 units, or in parallel for maximum 3 units   increasing their capacity for higher voltage or higher current output. With the flexibility of multi-range power utilization and series/parallel connection, the PSW 250-4.5 can significantly reduce your investment in various power supplies as it can accommodate projects with different power requirements.

The Instek PSW 250-4.5 is a regulated switching DC power supply producing 0 to 250 volts and 0 to 36 amperes. It operates in Constant Current (CC) mode or Constant Voltage (CV) mode within a wide operating range. The CV/CC priority selection of the PSW-Series is a very useful feature for DUT protection. The conventional power supply normally operates under CV mode when the power output is turned on. This could bring a high inrush current to the capacitive load or current-intensive load at the power output-on stage.