6632A Agilent DC Power Supply
The 6632A is a 100 W, 20 V, 5 A, DC Power Supply from Agilent. 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.
- Voltage: 20V
- Current: 5A
- Power: 100W
- Single Output
- Series Pass
- Current Sinking Capability
- Built-in HPIB
- Overvoltage and Overcurrent Protection
- Readback Measured Voltage and Current Output Via HPIB
Both the voltage and current output of the Agilent HP 6632A can be programmed for either CV or CC operation. A built-in DVM and precision current shunt measure (readback) the actual power supply output. The internal HP-IB interface allows for complete programmability, including status reporting and interrupt generation with user designated fault conditions.
In addition, programming commands (such as VSET for voltage programming) are easy-to-use and self documenting.
HP Models 6632A-6634A sink as well as source current. This provides very fast down programming times and speeds throughput in production test applications. The negative current setting tracks the user-programmed positive current (CC) setting.
Remote sense terminals allow for precise voltage regulation at the load. This feature will compensate for load lead IR drops of up to 2 volts per lead.
HP Models 6632A-6634A have Overvoltage and Overcurrent protection. Both features are programmable via the front panel keypad and HP-IB. The Overvoltage protection includes an SCR crowbar.
HP Models 6632A-6634A have a built-in selftest capability. This feature verifies the function of all HP-IB circuitry, D/ A's, and A/D's at power on and upon HP-IB command.
Software calibration eliminates shock sensitive potentiometers normally used for calibration of power supplies and programmers. This feature enables calibration of these models via the HP-IB while mounted in the rack. An internal jumper is provided which, when removed, prevents recalibration of the power supply.
Fast/Normal Mode Operation
A rear-panel switch designates one of two operating modes. In Fast Mode, the output capacitors are disconnected to speed up the output response time. Normal Mode is optimized for minimal output PARD.