Get With The Program

Posted by Acopian on July 17, 2012

Get With The Program

Acopian programmable power supplies are built in the USA and are made to last.

An Acopian programmable power supply allows 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.

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