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The two-channel DC power supplies CPX200D(P) are the latest models of the CPX series, with which this series now consists of 7 different models. The CPX power supplies are based on the constant power principle (PowerFlex control). For the CPX200DP this means 2 output channels of 180W each with a maximum voltage of 60V and a maximum current of 10A.
The outputs are fully isolated and can therefore also be put in series (maximum 360W / 120V) or parallel (maximum 360W / 20A).
With a typical ripple and noise of >1mV rms, they are also widely used for precision work. Furthermore, the voltage can be set with a resolution of 1mV and an accuracy of 0.05%+10mV and the current with a resolution of 1mA with an accuracy of 0.3%+5mA.
The P of the CPX200DP model stands for programmable. This unit is equipped with a USB, RS232, GPIB and LXI (LAN) interface. Because of this, external control is no problem at all. Labview drivers are also available of course and optionally there is a rackmount kit for mounting in a 19″ rack. The CPX power supplies are characterized by their wide range of applications (relatively high voltages and currents) at a very competitive price and performance ratio.
For extensive information about the TTi CPX series, please refer to the CPX datasheet.
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