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TTi has enhanced its best-selling CPX400 laboratory dc power supply by extending its voltage range to 60V. The new model, designated CPX400A retains the 840 watt power capability of the CPX400, but can supply up to 60 volts instead of the 42 volts maximum of the previous model.
The TTi PowerFlex design offers a constant-power capability allowing higher output current at lower output voltages. A conventional bench PSU has a fixed current limit giving a power capability that reduces directly with the output voltage. The design of the CPX400A enables higher currents to be generated at lower voltages within an overall power limit envelope.
The CPX400A is a dual output PSU with two completely independent and isolated outputs each with a 420W capability. The outputs operate in constant voltage or constant current mode with automatic crossover and mode indication. Each output has its own on-off switch. If required, the outputs can be wired in series or parallel to achieve voltages up to 120V or currents up to 40A.
The PSU offers a choice of remote or local sensing selected via a front panel slide switch. Remote sensing is essential for users of higher current power supplies who need to ensure good regulation at the load, independent of connection leads.
The new PSU is designed and manufactured to meet the latest safety and EMC standards.
Comprehensive protection includes an adjustable over-voltage trip for each output. This can be accurately set anywhere in the range 3.5V to 67V.
The CPX400A is housed in a compact and robust steel case which is half-rack width and takes up very little bench space. The size is 210 x 130 x 350mm, and the weight is 7kg.
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