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Know your power supply jargon: watts vs. volt-amperes

Written on December 5, 2016 at 10:56 am, by

To select the right power source for your applications, one of the first things that you must do is to figure out how much output power you need. For a DC supply, this is relatively straightforward. You first determine the highest output voltage you’ll need and then the highest output current that you’ll need. The […]

Five mistakes engineers make when choosing power supplies

Written on October 27, 2016 at 6:38 am, by

The power supply may be one of the least-considered components of an electronic system. After all, how hard can it be to find the right power source for your system? You figure out how much current you need at the voltage your system will operate at, find a model that can supply that voltage and […]

Maximizing UPS Battery Life

Written on August 8, 2016 at 12:26 pm, by

The Elgar GUPS Series of uninterruptible power supplies are ruggedized on-line UPSs that accept a broad range of worldwide utility and military AC input power. Without operator intervention, they automatically select the appropriate input power ranges to accommodate global operation. The batteries used in the GUPS Series units are a spiral wound, valve-regulated, lead-acid batteries. […]

Three-Phase AC Supplies High-Power Sources

Written on February 8, 2016 at 1:10 pm, by

Providing AC power to your AMETEK Programmable Power source can be confusing. The reason for this is that there are several different configurations for three-phase power. What you first need to do is to identifying the different power configurations that may be in your facility and then decide how to connect it to your power […]

True Power, Apparent Power, and Power Factor

Written on December 28, 2015 at 10:54 am, by

At AMETEK Programmable Power, we are committed to helping you select the best AC power source for your test system, even if you’re not currently an expert on AC power. The first thing that you need to know are the terms used by AC power engineers. Below, you’ll find definitions for the three most basic […]