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The TTi EX-R series DC power supplies are one of the most popular laboratory power supplies. Eight different models offer the user a DC power supply from 175 to 420 Watts, with 1,2 or 3 outputs, in the voltage ranges of 0-18Vdc, 0-20Vdc, 0-35Vdc, 0-42Vdc and 0-75Vdc. The EX-R series combines switched power regulation with linear post control. This produces specifications similar to those of fully linearly-switched versions. The EX-R series is also equipped with 4-digit V/I meters, an output on/off switch and remote sensing.
Thurbly Thandar Instruments (TTI) has a particularly versatile range of DC power supplies for laboratory use. These are intended as standard power supply for use on the workbench, in a test setup and suitable for both manual operation and remote applications.
TTI has DC power supplies with a single, double or even triple output, which can generally be used independently or in series/parallel mode. The power range is 30 to 1,200 Watts. The power control used is based on linear, mixed mode or power flex. Interfaces for remote control are, depending on model or version, analog, USB, RS232, GPIB and LAN.
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