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Custom power supply solutions: DC power/energy absorber test system

Written on November 16, 2017 at 6:52 am, by

When one of our standard products cannot completely satisfy your requirements, AMETEK Programmable Power can design a custom power supply system for you. The solutions range from OEM integration for medical and semiconductor industries to modular avionics ATE power subsystems to turnkey solar array simulators for satellites. We also can modify our standard power supplies […]

Frequently-asked questions about the Sorensen DLM 600 Series

Written on October 19, 2017 at 10:52 am, by

The Sorensen DLM 600 series of programmable power supplies is designed to provide continuously variable output voltage and current for a broad range of applications in a compact 1U (1.75 inches) high, half-rack (8.5 inch) wide chassis. The DLM 600 power supply series is ideal for high density, multiple output, rack-mount applications or low profile […]

Benchtop power supply features ensure DUT safety

Written on September 26, 2017 at 9:03 am, by

Everyone’s under pressure these days to get results. So, there’s nothing worse than getting your bench test all set up, throwing the switch, and watching some of the magic smoke escape because of some setup error. To prevent this from happening when you’re under pressure, you need the Sorensen XBT 32-3FTP True Triple Output Digital […]

Know Your Power Supply Jargon: Regulation

Written on September 3, 2017 at 6:23 am, by

The most important thing that a power supply does is to maintain a constant voltage output or a constant current output. This is true whether the power supply is built into a product and provides fixed output voltages, such as a desktop computer power supply, or a power supply that is on the test bench […]

Sorensen SG Series ensures auto parts reliability

Written on August 28, 2017 at 7:31 am, by

One of the big challenges when designing and manufacturing auto parts is ensuring that they operate reliably in very hot environments, such as Dubai, where the high temperature can easily reach 40˚C. Of course, they must also operate reliably in very cold environments, such as Siberia, where the thermometer can drop to -40˚C or below. […]