The PWR Series offers constant voltage (CV)/constant current (CC) automatic crossover DC power supplies that enable you to combine a wide range of voltages and currents within the output power rating. For example, the model that has an output power rating of 1600W (PWR1600L) provides a seamless operation range from 80 V – 20 A to 16V – 100A. With a single PWR Series power supply alone, you can cover an extensive output range equivalent to what is provided by three to six conventional single range DC power supplies. L type can output up to 160% of the output current rating (in the continuous and intermittent extended operation areas). PWR1600L supports a maximum output of 10 V – 160 A.
- Seamless Quintuple Variable Voltage/Current Range
(Note: For H type, 3.25-time variable voltage/current range)
A single PWR series power supply supports an extensive operation range, covering an output range equivalent to what is provided by several conventional single range DC power supplies. Also, the maximum output powers of the power supplies of this series are 400 W, 800 W, and 1600 W – slightly higher than those of their predecessors. You can conduct tests without worrying about power limits.
- Best for testing a wide variety of high-voltage devices including margin tests
The maximum output voltage of L type is 80 V. For example, 150% of 42 V (63 V) can be supplied for testing vehicular electrical components, or 150% of 48 V (72 V) can be supplied for testing communication equipment. In addition, the M type (320 V) is suitable for checking designs of energy-saving circuits for flat display panels and the development of new materials, while the H type (650 V) can be used to test various components and devices that use high voltages such as automotive devices, photovoltaic inverters, and many more.
- Two Extended Operation Area Where up to 160% of the Output Current rating Can Be Output(L type only)
In the extended operation areas, the power supply can output up to 160% of the output current rating. This feature is convenient when testing an automobile motor or other load device that requires high current at startup time. Since the power supply can output continuous current up to 120% of the output current rating with the restricted ambient temperature range and current up to 160% of the output current rating with the restricted output time tests can be conducted with a power capacity one rank lower. This feature also helps you cut equipment costs and save floor space.