DC Power Supply 0...16 V/0...5 A

LD 521546
DC Power Supply 0...16 V/0...5 A
  4  DC Power Supply 0...16 V/0...5 A

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Description

Universal power supply, as constant voltage operation with current limiting and as constant current operation with voltage limiting, parallel working and series operation of several devices are possible.
Particularly suited for student experiments at all age levels thanks to safe separation in accordance with BG/GUV-SI 8040 (conforms to german RiSU).

Technical data

  • Output voltage : 0 ... 16 V, continuously adjustable
  • Output current: 0 ... 5 A, continuously adjustable
  • short-circuit protection
  • Outputs via 4-mm safety sockets
  • Electrical isolation: Isolating transformer in accordance with DIN EN 61558-2-6, (compliant to german RiSU)
  • Displays: 2 x 3 digit display, for current and voltage
  • Mains voltage: 230 V / 50 Hz and 115 V / 60 Hz switchable
  • Dimensions: 27 cm x 15 cm x 13 cm
  • Weight:  5,8 kg

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