An Acopian programmable power supply has a provision for remote control of the output voltage. The control of the output of the programmable power supply may be accomplished by any of the following means:
1. Resistive Control Programming – using a potentiometer or switching fixed resistors.
2. Voltage Control Programming – using a variable voltage to control the power supply output. This voltage is usually derived from a control circuit or a D/A converter. The control voltage can be at a 1:1 ratio to the power supply’s output, or can have a range such as 0-5v or 0-10v.
3. Digital Control Programming – programming from a computer or controller. Power supplies programmable by this means are relatively costly and specialized.
- AC-DC Single Output Programmable Power Supply Models
- AC-DC Wide Adjust Output Programmable Power Supply Models
- DC-DC Converters (Programmable)
- AC-DC High Voltage Programmable Power Supply Models
- DC-DC High Voltage Programmable Power Supply Models