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Sorensen Company DCS 60-18E Netzteil
Hersteller:
Sorensen Company
Modell: DCS 60-18E
Datum: 1998
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Netzteil
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                                    DCS Series power supplies are 1000W supplies designed to
provide highly stable, continuously variable output voltage
and current for a broad range of development, system and
burn-in applications. The series consists of ten models
designated by the DCS prefix, followed by the output voltage
and current ratings. For example, the model number DCS
60-18E indicates that the unit is rated at 0-60 Vdc and 0-18
Amps while a model DCS 20-50E is rated at 0-20 Vdc and
0-50 Amps. The DCS Series employs high frequency switching
regulator technology to achieve high power density
and small package size.

· Ten models with voltage ranges from 0-8 Vdc to 0-600 Vdc
and current outputs from 1.7A to 125A.
· 115/230 Vac selectable input voltage, 50-60 Hz single
phase, Installation Category II. For Indoor Use.
· Simultaneous digital display of both voltage and current.
· Ten turn potentiometer voltage and current controls permit
high resolution setting of the output voltage
and current from zero to the rated output.
· Automatic mode crossover into current or voltage mode.
· Flexible output configuration: multiple units can be
connected in parallel or series to provide increased
current or voltage.
· High frequency switching technology allows high power
density, providing increased power output in a
small, light package.
· Remote sensing to compensate for losses in power leads.
· Adjustable Over-Voltage Protection (OVP)
· External TTL, AC or DC shutdown
· Remote voltage, resistive, current limit and OVP
programming with selectable programming constants.
· External indicator signals for remote monitoring of OVP
status, local/remote programming status,
thermal shutdown, and output voltage and current.
· Optional IEEE-488 interface for complete remote
programming and readback capability.

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SECTION 1. FEATURES AND
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................
1-1
1.1 DESCRIPTION
.......................................................................................................................................................
1-1
1.2 OPERATING
MODES..............................................................................................................................................
1-1
1.3 POWER SUPPLY
FEATURES....................................................................................................................................
1-1
1.4 SPECIFICATIONS
...................................................................................................................................................
1-2
1.4.1 Electrical
Specifications...............................................................................................................................
1-2
1.4.2 Mechanical
Specifications............................................................................................................................
1-3
SECTION 2. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS...............................................................
2-1
2.1
GENERAL.............................................................................................................................................................
2-1
2.2 INITIAL INSPECTION
.............................................................................................................................................
2-1
2.3 INSTALLATION
.....................................................................................................................................................
2-1
2.3.1 Input Voltage Selection
...............................................................................................................................
2-1
2.3.2 Input Line
Impedance...................................................................................................................................
2-2
2.3.3 Ventilation Requirements
..............................................................................................................................
2-2
2.3.4 Output Voltage Biasing
...............................................................................................................................
2-2
2.3.5 Rack
Mounting............................................................................................................................................
2-2
2.4 INITIAL FUNCTIONAL
TESTS..................................................................................................................................
2-4
2.5 CONTROLS, CONNECTORS, AND
INDICATORS..........................................................................................................
2-5
2.5.1 Front Panel
..................................................................................................................................................
2-5
2.5.2 Rear Panel
..................................................................................................................................................
2-5
2.6 STANDARD OPERATION
........................................................................................................................................
2-7
2.6.1 Load Conductor
Ratings...............................................................................................................................
2-7
2.6.2 Load Connection and
Grounding...................................................................................................................
2-7
2.6.3 Inductive
Loads...........................................................................................................................................
2-7
2.6.4 Remote Sensing
...........................................................................................................................................
2-8
2.6.5 Negative Output Operation
..........................................................................................................................
2-8
2.7 SINGLE SUPPLY OPERATION (LOCAL
MODE)...........................................................................................................
2-9
2.8 MULTIPLE SUPPLIES
.............................................................................................................................................
2-9
2.8.1 Series Operation
........................................................................................................................................
2-10
2.8.2 Parallel Operation
.....................................................................................................................................
2-10
2.8.3 Split Supply Operation
...............................................................................................................................
2-10
2.9 OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION (OVP)
...................................................................................................................
2-10
2.9.1 Front Panel OVP Operation
........................................................................................................................
2-11
2.9.2 Remote Programming of OVP With External Voltage
Sources
.....................................................................
2-11
2.9.3 Remote Programming of OVP with an External Resistance
.........................................................................
2-13
2.9.4 Remote Programming of OVP with External Current
Sources......................................................................
2-14
2.9.5 Remote OVP
Sensing..................................................................................................................................
2-15
2.10 REMOTE ON/OFF
............................................................................................................................................
2-15
2.10.1 Remote ON/OFF by Contact
Closure.........................................................................................................
2-15
2.11 REMOTE PROGRAMMING OF OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND CURRENT
LIMIT...................................................................
2-16
2.11.1 Programming With External Voltage
Sources............................................................................................
2-16
2.11.2 Programming With an External
Resistance................................................................................................
2-18
2.11.3 Programming With an External Current Source
........................................................................................
2-20
2.12 REMOTE MONITORING AND STATUS
INDICATORS................................................................................................
2-21
SECTION 3. THEORY OF
OPERATION.............................................................................................................3-1
3.1 POWER CIRCUIT (A2 ASSEMBLY)
...........................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 Basic Off-Line Switching Regulator Theory
...................................................................................................3-1
3.1.2 Simplified Full Bridge Converter Theory
.......................................................................................................3-1
3.1.3 Detailed Circuit
Description.........................................................................................................................3-3
3.2 METER CIRCUIT (A1 ASSEMBLY)
...........................................................................................................................3-8
3.2.1
Voltmeter......................................................................................................................................................3-8
3.2.2 Current
Meter...............................................................................................................................................3-8
SECTION 4. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND CALIBRATION
..............................................4-1
4.1 GENERAL
.............................................................................................................................................................4-1
4.2 PERIODIC
SERVICE................................................................................................................................................4-1
4.3
TROUBLESHOOTING..............................................................................................................................................4-1
4.3.1 Preliminary Checks
......................................................................................................................................4-1
4.3.2 Internal Troubleshooting
...............................................................................................................................4-2
4.4
CALIBRATION.......................................................................................................................................................4-2
SECTION 5. PARTS LISTS
..................................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 GENERAL
.............................................................................................................................................................5-1
5.2 PARTS ORDERING
.................................................................................................................................................5-1
5.3 PARTS
LISTS.........................................................................................................................................................5-1
SECTION 6. DRAWINGS AND
SCHEMATICS...................................................................................................6-1
6.1 GENERAL
.............................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 DRAWINGS AND SCHEMATICS  NOT INCLUDED!
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