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9110 BK Precision DC Power Supply

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Special Price $271.95 Regular Price $345.00

The 9110 is a 100 W, 60 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.

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Additional Features:

  • Digitally controlled, multi-ranging output
  • 10 mV/1 mA resolution over the full range
  • Bright, easy-to-read display
  • Very compact and lightweight
  • Low ripple and noise
  • OCP, OVP, and OTP protection
  • Output On/Off control
  • Store and Recall 4 x 100 groups of preset Volt/Amp values
  • Temperature controlled, variable speed fan cooling
  • Included Accessories: Power cord, manual
  • One-Year Warranty

Specifications

  • Voltage: 0-60 V
  • Current: 0-5A
  • Maximum Power: 100 W

Load Regulation

  • Voltage: ≤ 0.01% + 3 mV
  • Current: ≤0.01% + 3 mA

Line Regulation

  • Voltage: ≤ 0.01% + 3 mV
  • Current: ≤ 0.1% + 3 mA

Setting Accuracy

  • Voltage: ≤ 0.05% + 10 mV
  • Current: ≤ 0.2% + 2 mA

Display Accuracy

  • Voltage: ≤0.05% + 10 mV
  • Current:  ≤0.1% + 2 mA

Ripple

  • Voltage: ≤ 2 mVrms
  • Current: ≤5 mArms

General

  • State Storage Memory: 100 groups with 4 sets of Volt/Amp memories each
  • AC Input: 99 V – 121 V or 198 V – 242 V, 47 – 63 Hz
  • Dimensions: (W x H x D) 3.47" x 6.9" x 11.11" (88 x 175 x 282 mm)

The BK Precision 9110 is a new type of power supply. Unlike conventional power supplies with fixed output ratings, the 9110 automatically recalculates voltage/current limits for each setting. The 9110 provides 100W output power in any Volt/Amp combination within the rated voltage (60V) and current (5A) limits.

By providing greatly expanded choices of maximum power Volt/Amp combinations, users can cut down on the number of power supplies required and free up valuable bench space.

Multi-range operating area
The multi-ranging feature offers exceptional flexibility by providing any combination of the rated voltage and current up to the maximum output power of the supply. For example, when setting the voltage on the 180 W model 9111 to a maximum of 60 V, the power supply can generate a maximum current of 180 W/60 V = 3 A. For a 22.5 V setting, the maximum current can be increased to 8 A. All Volt/Amp combinations that lie on the hyperbolic curve between these settings are also possible up to 180 W.

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