Equipment information:

Lambda Electronics Corporation 34 Power supply
Manufacturer:
Lambda Electronics Corporation
Model: 34
Date:
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Power supply
Description: Regulated Power Supply
Information:
                                    The power supplies described herein are designed for use in
industry, laboratory, radio station and school to supply
power to electronic and other equipment. The DC output
voltage is electronically regulated and is practically
independent of external load (within limits) and normal line
voltage fluctuations, and is also substantially free from
hum and noise. Quality components, careful construction and
conservative ratings are employed to insure long and
dependable service.

To meet a variety of needs, the power supplies are available
in the following styles having identical electrical
specifications:

Model 32 Compact heavy duty unit for mounting in standard
19" relay racks. Designed for use with associated equipment
in permanent or semi-permanent installations. Removable end
support brackets permit temporary use on the laboratory bench.

Model 32-C Model 32 (above) mounted in a specially designed
compact cabinet for bench use.

Model 34 Heavy duty bench model. Two 4” panel meters for
output voltage and current, front panel binding posts, rear
access output terminals, panel controls, and a specially
designed compact cabinet provide maximum convenience and
utility as a general purpose power supply.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Lambda Electronics Corporation -- 34 -- Service and User Manual
File name: Lambda-5670-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 7
Size: 686.42 Kbytes (702892 Bytes)
Language: english
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