1651A BK Precision DC Power Supply
The 1651A is a 165 W, 24 V, .5 A DC Power Supply from BK Precision. 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.
- Two variable 0 to 24 VDC / 0-500 mA outputs
- One fixed 5V/4A output
- Independent or series/parallel tracking mode operation
- Adjustable current limiting
- Designed to operate continuously at rated output
- Short circuit protection, overvoltage protection, reverse polarity protection
- Connect outputs in series for higher voltage output or in parallel for higher current output (selectable via tracking mode switch)
Constant Voltage Operation
- Line Regulation: < 0.01% + 3 mV main; < 5 mV for line fixed supply
- Load Regulation: < 0.01% + 3 mV main; < 10 mV fixed
- Recovery time: 100 uS
- Ripple & Noise (5 Hz to 1 MHz): <2 mVrms (≤ 5 mVrms for fixed output)
- Temperature Coefficient: < 300 ppm°C
- Tracking Error: No Load: ≤ 0.2% + 20 mV; Full Load: ≤ 0.2% + 100 mV
Constant Current Operation
- Adjustable Current Range: 5% to 100%
- Line Regulation: < 0.2% + 6 mA
- Load Regulation: <0.2% + 3 uA
- Current Ripple: < 3 mA rms
- Display: dual analog
- Voltmeter Accuracy: 2.5% to full scale
- Ammeter Accuracy: 2.5% to full scale
- Overload Protection: Short circuit, over voltage, and reverse polarity protection
- Power Requirements: 108-132 VAC 60 Hz, (120/220, +10%, 50/60 Hz versions available)
- Power Consumption: 165 W
- Operating Temperature: 0° to 40°C < 85% R.H.
- Storage Temperature: 15° to 70°C < 85% R.H.
- Dimension (H x W x D): 5.5 x 11.75 x 10.975" (140 x 298 x 264 mm)
Ideal for educational instruction in an electronic lab, the 1651A triple output DC laboratory power supplies have two 0 to 24 VDC outputs capable of supplying 0 to 500 mA, and one fixed 5 VDC output capable of supplying up to 4 A. Connect outputs in series for higher voltage or connect in parallel for higher current output (selectable via tracking mode switch). Voltage and current for variable outputs are continuously monitored on two analog displays. These power supplies also provide reverse polarity, overvoltage, and current limiting protections.