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The BP series can output in four quadrants and is capable of handling two directions of current, which are source (supply) and sink (absorption) current, let alone positive/ negative voltage. From devices that generate back electromotive force such as solenoids, capacitive load such as electrolytic capacitor, and even to piezoelectric material charged with electromotive force and power sources and batteries such as fuel cells, you can connect BP4610 to devices and systems that cannot be driven with normal DC power supply with a sense of security.
This is an example with output of voltage ±60V. Depending on the limiter setting, the output voltage can be shifted to -5V to +115V and -115V to +5V (Output current range changes when the output range shifts.) The number 1 to 4 stands for the quadrant number.
BP series has a new response calibration function that allows users to individually optimize transient response characteristic in square wave output or sudden output change. Transient response for load with complicated impedance characteristic such as electromagnetic components with inductance (coil component) or capacitance (capacitor component) differs among loads. BP series has a new and convenient response calibration function with which users can adjust response characteristic according to the load.
For more details please check the datasheet.
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