Kikusui Electronics Corporation PBX40-2.5 Power supply
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Bipolar Power Supply
The PBX Series Bipolar Power Supplies are regulated power
supplies of a bipolar-type, featured by performance
reliability and safety. They employ a power Amplifier
system, thereby rendering advantageous features such as low
ripple noise, high stability, and rapid response.
Being a 4-mode type, they serve also as a source or a sink
of power, or as a booster of a function Generator
. They are
microprocessor-based instruments and provide advanced
functions and ease of operation.
Each of them can operate either in a constant-voltage mode
(C. V mode) or in a constant-current mode (C.C mode),
mutually independently. This allows you to use them also as
a constant-current source or as a volt-age-controlled
You may remote-controlled them via an optional GPIB,
RS-232C, or MCB(Multi-channel Bus) Interface
, thereby making
them applicable to various purposes. Typical applications
are for research systems in laboratories and for automatic
production and inspection lines in manufacturing plants.
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This Operation manual is composed of seven chapters and
appendices as follows:
Chapter 1. GENERAL
Introduces an outline and features of the Power supply
Chapter 2. PRECAUTIONS AND PREPARATIVE PROCEDURES
Describes the procedures for installation, AC input power
cable connection, power-on test, operation mode selection,
and load connection.
Chapter 3. OPERATING METHOD
The former half of this chapter introduces the names and
functions of keys, indicators and other panel items, and
describes the basic operation method of the power supply;
the latter half describes procedures for sequence operation
and applied types of operation.
Chapter 4. REMOTE PROGRAMMING
Describes the procedures to remote-control the Power supply
via an Interface
board (optional) from an external controller.
Chapter 5. PANEL DESCRIPTION
Introduces the names of and describes the functions of the
switches and other items of the front and rear panels.
Chapter 6. MAINTENANCE AND CALIBRATION
Describes the maintenance, inspection, and calibration methods.
Chapter 7. SPECIFICATIONS
Gives tables of electrical specifications, mechanical
, and optional items.
Provides an error message table, a troubleshooting chart, a
table of factory-de-faults, a menu configuration chart,
sequence coding sheets, and a table of ID codes for calibration.