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The R&S HM8143 arbitrary power supply is end of life and no longer available. The replacement for this product is the R&S NGL200 series. This 130 Watt, 2 quadrant power supply can supply DC power as well as dissipate (current source and Sink). The two outputs of 0-30Vdc and 1 x 5Vdc can each supply up to 2A. Deviating voltage and current can be reached by series or parallel switching of the independently adjustable outputs.
The 2 quadrants principle contributes to relatively fast ascent and descent times, which are necessary for the simulation of rapid changes in DC voltages. For example, the HM8143 is equipped with about 2 modulation inputs, which can generate voltages up to 20 kHz.
A 12-bit memory of 4096 points is available for programming arbitrary DC voltage types. The HM8143 is equipped with an RS232 / USB interface. The GPIB interface is optional.
For more information about arbitrary DC power supplies, please refer to the overview page or contact one of our consultants.
They will be pleased to help you find the right solution for your application.
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