6654A Agilent DC Power Supply
The 6654A is a 500 W, 60 V, 9 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: 60V
- Current: 9A
- Power: 500W
- Maximum current (50°C/55°C): 8.1 A/7.7 A
- Auto-parallel up to three units
- Outputs can be connected in parallel or in series
- Programmable over-voltage and over-current protection
- Over-temperature protection
- Discrete Fault Indicator/Remote Inhibit (DFI/RI)
- Self-test occurs at power-on from an GPIB command
- User definable power-on state
- VXI plug & play drivers
- Fast, low-noise outputs
- Analog control of output voltage and current
- Fan-speed control to minimize acoustic noise
- Built-in measurements and advanced programmable features
- Protection features to ensure DUT safety
Programming Accuracy at 25°C ±5°C
- Voltage 0.06% + 26 mV
- Current 0.15% + 8 mA
Ripple & Noise from 20 Hz to 20 MHz
- Voltage rms: 500 µV
- Peak-to-Peak: 5 mV
- Current rms: 3 mA
The Agilent HP 6654A is a 500 Watt, single output, series pass regulated power supply, with an internal GPIB interface and SCPI programming. The 6654A provides fast, low-noise outputs; analog control of output voltage and current; and fan-speed control to minimize acoustic noise.
The 6654A, 500W linear-regulated DC power supply is designed to maximize the throughput of DUTs through the manufacturing test process with fast up and down programming time.
Programming of the dc output and the protection features can be done either from the front panel or using industry standard SCPI commands, via the GPIB. Using the serial link, up to 16 power supplies can be connected through one GPIB address. Test system integration can be further simplified be using the VXIPlug&Play drivers. The output voltage and current can also be controlled with analog signals. This is helpful for certain types of noisy environments, and also immediate reactions to process changes.
Lab bench use is enhanced by the fan speed control, which helps to minimize the acoustic noise.