Equipment information:

Kepco ATE 100-1OM Power supply
Model: ATE 100-1OM
Date: 2002
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Power supply
                                    The Kepco ATE with programmable overvoltage protector is a
precision stabilized power supply which can deliver either
stabilized output voltage or current. The prevailing
operating mode is indicated by LED mode indicators at the
front panel. Operating mode crossover is automatic and may
be monitored remotely by means of a flag signal, available
at the rear programming connector. Ytoe power supply
features "full range" output control by means of 10-turn,
high resolution front pane! potentiometers. A pair of front
panel meters constantly monitor the output voltage and
output current. This power supply has a linear and fully
dissipative NPN pass transistor section driven by high-gain,
integrated circuit amplifiers. The output of the power
supply is fully programmable. Ail necessary input terminals
are provided on a programming connector at the rear of the
chassis. Terminals are also provided for remote error
sensing, as wed as for the connection of the output
capacitor directly at the load.
1-5 The ATE power supply features user-selectable "slow" or
"fast" operating modes. Slow mode operation is recommended
for applications demanding a constant voltage source. Fast
mode operation is best if the output voltage must change
rapidly, either in response to an external programming
signal or, if the ATE is used as a current stabilizer, as a
reaction to changing load resistance.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Kepco -- ATE 100-1OM -- User Manual
File name: Kepco-7030-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 52
Size: 2.16 Mbytes (2263763 Bytes)
Language: english
Date: 2002
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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This manuai contains instructions for the installation,
operation and maintenance of the "ATE” series of voltage and
current stabilised d-c power supplies.
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