SAN DIEGO, CA, U.S.A.
—The Sorensen SG
Series of programmable power supplies has been expanded to include a 0-800Vdc
offering. This product is targeted to meet the emerging higher voltage requirements of the hybrid vehicle component and PV inverter test markets. The SG
is available with 5kW
in a 3Uchassis
. Higher power systems can be easily configured via the SG
series user friendly paralleling capability. The SG
Series is designed for sharp, load transient response, low noise and exceptional power density. Featuring front- to-rear, forced air convection cooling, SG
series products can be rack mounted with zero vertical separation thus optimizing rack utilization.
The Sorensen SG
Series is available in two control versions: SGA
with basic analog controls and SGI
with intelligent control features. The SGI
version combines onboard intelligent controls with outstanding power electronics that enable sophisticated sequencing, constant power mode and save/recall of instrument settings. Looping of sequences makes the SGI
ideal for repetitive testing. It also features an impressive vacuum fluorescent graphical display in eight languages, context sensitive “soft” keys, front panel keyboard for simplified programming and a RS-232 interface.
version is suited for those customers requiring simple front panel analog controls or external control. It has the same high-performance power electronics as the SGI
and such essential features as 10-turn potentiometers for setting voltage and current, 3 ½ digit LED readout.
models offer optional LXI
Class C Ethernet or IEEE-488.2 interface.
For detailed price and availability information, contact AMETEK
Programmable Power sales at www.programmablepower.com, or contact your local, authorized sales representative. AMETEK
Programmable Power is a division of AMETEK
, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with 2009 sales of $2.1 billion.
For more information, contact
AMETEK Programmable Power
9250 Brown Deer Road, San Diego, CA 92121.
Web site: www.programmablepower.com