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Sorensen DLM60-10

DLM60-10 Sorensen DC Power Supply

60V/10A Programmable DC Power Supply

The DLM60-10 is a 600 Watt DC Power Supply from Sorensen. 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.

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Sorensen DLM60-10 Features:

  • 60V/10A
  • High power density, 600W, in a 1U half–rack size
  • Appropriate for rack or benchtop applications
  • Fast dynamic response: 500s, maximum for 50% load steps Low ripple and noise: as low as 3.5 mV(RMS) and 35 mV(PK-PK)
  • Universal auto–ranging AC input: 90–132V or 180–264V, without user setup
  • Master/slave paralleling with simple unit–to–unit control interface cable
  • Flexible rack mounting allowing units to be stacked in 1U increments without requiring clearance gaps between units or slides
  • Side–by–side mounting of two units in a 19" rack
  • Fast response to programming changes with active downprogrammer
  • Constant–voltage and constant–current modes of operation with automatic crossover and mode indicators
  • Two 3.5 digit displays for output voltage, current, and OVP

The Sorensen DLM60-10 incorporates the latest power conversion and control technology to provide high accuracy, excellent regulation, low output noise, and fast transient response. It utilizes a switched–mode output power converter for high efficiency and power density. The converter has been optimized to provide performance approaching that of linear supplies. A high switching frequency combined with Zero–Voltage Transition power switching and dual–stage output filtering account for the excellent dynamic and noise characteristics. Precise regulation of output voltage or current is possible with operation as either a voltage source in constant–voltage mode (CV), or as current source in constant–current mode (CC). Crossover between modes is automatic, dependent on load demand.