Remotely programmable power supply series

The TDK-Lambda Z+ series of 200 W and 400 W programmable dc power series is available in output voltages of up to 160, 320, or 650 V dc and can be programmed remotely using USB, RS232/485 or analog control interfaces.

06/23/2014


The TDK-Lambda Z+ series of 200W and 400W programmable DC power series is available in output voltages of up to 160, 320, or 650VDC and can be programmed remotely using USB, RS232/485 or analog control interfaces. Courtesy: TDK CorporationThe TDK-Lambda Z+ series of 200 W and 400 W programmable DC power supplies from TDK Corporation are designed to address the requirements for applications such as deposition processes, remotely operated underwater vehicles, ATE systems as well as general laboratory and industrial use. The series is available in output voltages of up to 160, 320, or 650 V dc.

The TDK-Lambda Z+ high voltage models can operate in either constant current or constant voltage modes and accept a universal 85-265 V ac input. Up to 6 units can be connected in parallel (master-slave configuration), or 2 identical units in series with external diodes. The Z+ models can be programmed via the front panel controls or remotely using the USB, RS232/485 or analog control interfaces. Optional LAN, GPIB (IEEE 488) and isolated analog programming interfaces are also available. Other features include a bench or rack mount and efficiency of up to 86%.

TDK Corporation

www.tdk.com 

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