Dual-output, triple-output, quintuple-output DC power supplies up to 150 W
TOE 8732 to TOE 8735
The dual-output power supplies of the 8732 series offer two absolutely identical supply units in a single housing.
The outputs are electrically isolated from each other and floating. They can be easily connected either in parallel or in series, and are additionally provided with a tracking facility that allows output II to be synchronized by output I. The two power supplies then provide a positive voltage and a negative voltage compared to the common reference point. Current limits for the two outputs can be set independently of each other.
In addition, the power supplies are equipped with three digital displays, and allow external voltage measurement in the ranges 0 to 20 V and 0 to 200 V. The voltages at outputs I and II are measured with auto-ranging. Up to 19.99 V, the resolution is 10 mV; above 20.0 V, the resolution is 100 mV. The outputs I and II can be optionally adjusted by means of an external control voltage (0 to 10 V) via an analogue control input.
The triple-output power supplies of the 8733 series have three independent floating outputs. The 16 V, 32 V and 48 V outputs are mainly intended to supply linear circuits. The output voltage and output current are adjustable using ten-turn potentiometers. A tracking facility is provided. The 0 to 7 V output has a current rating of 3 A or 5 A as standard and is chiefly intended for supplying digital circuits. The power supplies also have three digital displays as standard. The voltages at outputs I and II are automatically displayed with a resolution of 10 mV up to 19.99 V and a resolution of 100 mV above 20.0 V. The current and voltage of outputs I, II and III can be optionally set by an external control voltage (0 to 10 V) via an analogue control input.
The quintuple-output power supplies of the TOE 8735 power supply have five independent floating outputs. The 16 V and 32 V outputs are mainly used to supply linear circuits, the 7 V output chiefly serves to supply digital systems. The symmetrical fixed voltage output* can be used to supply bipolar or CMOS components. The 16 V and 32 V outputs are provided with a tracking facility. The output values are displayed on three selectable 3½-digit LCDs; the max. resolution is 10 mV or 1 mA. The current and voltage of outputs I, II and III can be optionally set by an external control voltage (0 to 10 V) via an analogue control input.