Agilent/HP 66102A 20 Volt 7.5 Amp Modular Power Supply

Agilent/HP 66102A 20 Volt 7.5 Amp Modular Power Supply
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 66102A 20 Volt 7.5 Amp Modular Power Supply

 

Agilent/HP 66102A 20 Volt 7.5 Amp Modular Power Supply

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Requires a Agilent/HP 66000A Mainframe for operation

   Agilent/HP high performance DC power supplies offer speed and accuracy for test optimization. The modular power system, 1200 W per mainframe, GPIB 66100 series permits up to 8 outputs of 150 W per output in 4U of rack space; reconfigure fast with easily swappable modules; fast, low-noise outputs; and LIST mode and advance triggering system. The Agilent/HP 128W, GPIB, module output 66102A is a flexible modular supply designed for automated testing that helps meet changing requirements in ATE and production test with a modular design that conserves rack space and simplifies system cabling and assembly.

   The Agilent/HP 66lxxA Series Power Modules are used in the Agilent 66000 Modular Power System (MPS) mainframe to provide a range of dc output voltages and currents. The modules are installed or removed from the front of the mainframe without the need for disconnecting any wires. Modules may be connected in series or parallel to provide increased output voltages or currents. The modules can be equipped with optional isolation and polarity reversal relays that are built into the module output connector.

   The power module front panel has digital readouts of output voltage and current. It also has annunciators that indicate:

  • constant voltage, constant current, or unregulated operation
  • activation of a protection circuit
  • disabling of the output
  • remote operation (addressed by the controller)

Programming

   The power module is programmed over the GPIB from a controller using SCPI (Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments). This makes power module programs compatible with those of all other instruments controlled with this language. Among the functions that can be programmed are output voltage and current, OVP (overvoltage protection), OCP (overcurrent protection), status registers, output relays, and output voltage and current calibration. In addition, the power module has programmable trigger, list, and RI/DFI (remote inhibit/discrete fault indicator) subsystems. Triggers can occur from signals at the mainframe TRIG IN jack or from selected internal events. The list subsystem generates preprogrammed sequential outputs in response to triggers. The RI/DFI subsystem generates an output on the mainframe FLT line in response to selected internal events or turns off the output in response to an input on the mainframe INH line.

Output Ratings

  • Output voltage: 0 to 20 V
  • Output current: 0 to 7.5 A
  • Maximum power: 150 W

Programming Accuracy at 25°C ±5°C

  • Voltage 0.03% + 8 mV
  • Current 0.03% + 3 mA

Ripple & Noise (20 Hz to 20 MHz)

  • Voltage rms: 3 mV
  • Voltage Peak-to-Peak: 7 mV
  • Current rms: 4 mA

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