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New R&S NGP800 power supplies boost efficiency with up to four independent channels in a single compact instrument

New R&S NGP800 power supplies boost efficiency with up to four independent channels in a single compact instrument

03/31/2020

For any test and measurement application requiring up to four independent DC power supplies with full flexibility, full functionality, full safety and full connectivity, the R&S NGP800 power supply series will boost the efficiency in any lab or production line. Users benefit from the large 5” high resolution touch screen, which also displays detailed statistics.

The five R&S NGP800 models meet the needs of users seeking minimum device footprint for two or four independent power supplies, with maximum flexibility for voltages up to 250 V, currents up to 80 A and power up to 800 W. Each channel supplies up to 200 W with a maximum of 20 A or 64 V, also covering 48 V automotive and industrial applications.

Channels can be operated fully independently or synchronized; the electrically equivalent and galvanically isolated outputs can be wired in series for outputs up to 250 V or in parallel for up to 80 A. The tracking function makes it possible for users to adjust voltage and current simultaneously on selected channels, with programmable output delays used to meet specific power-up sequences. The supplied voltage can be ramped up to the required level in any period from 10 ms to a minute. All outputs operate in either constant voltage mode or constant current mode.

To meet the requirement of both developers and quality assurance teams in particular, it is possible to set up changes in voltage and current level over time using the QuickArb function. This way, users can simulate instable power supplies with the R&S NGP800. Using Remote Sensing, users can regulate the voltage directly at the input terminals of the powered device itself, instead of the power supply’s output terminals, so that exactly the required voltage is supplied.

Find more information here.

www.rohde-schwarz.com


Company profile:  Rohde & Schwarz

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