HMC804x Power Supply
This item has been discontinued and is no longer available. The recommended replacement for this is the NGE Series. If you need information on a replacement please contact our sales team by filling out a request for a quote or email [email protected]m.
One, two or three channels â€“ R&SÂ®HMC804x power supplies with their specifications and wide range of functions are ideal for use in development labs and industrial environments. Thanks to their high energy efficiency, the linear power supplies remain cool and quiet, even at maximum load. The R&SÂ®HMC804x family consists of three models with a maximum total power of up to 100 W and a continuous voltage range from 0 V to 32 V. The one-channel R&SÂ®HMC8041 delivers a maximum of 10 A, the two-channel R&SÂ®HMC8042 a maximum of 5 A and the three-channel R&SÂ®HMC8043 a maximum of 3 A per channel. The two-channel and three-channel models enable users to connect multiple outputs in parallel or in series to increase the voltage or current. The outputs are galvanically isolated, floating, and protected against overloading and short circuits. Voltage, current and power values are output on a brilliant QVGA display The HMC804x offers a wide range of logging functions, an integrated energy meter and electronic fuses that can be individually combined for each channel, making it ideal for hardware developers, labs and industrial environments. Linear switching power supplies ensure high efficiency, for minimum heat dissipation even at full load. All connectors, including SENSE, are available on the rear panel. A cage clamp facilitates rack installation and deinstallation. The LXI-compliant power supply can be controlled via LAN, USB or an optional GPIB interface. The CDC (virtual COM port) and TMC classes are supported for communications via USB. The remote control commands are based on the SCPI standard. Key Features: â€¢ High energy efficiency, low heat dissipation and quiet fans â€¢ Low residual ripple due to linear postregulation â€¢ Convenient parallel and serial operation via V/I tracking â€¢ Overvoltage protection (OVP) for all outputs â€¢ Overpower protection (OPP) for all outputs â€¢ FuseLink (freely combinable electronic fuses) â€¢ EasyArb function for user-definable V/I curves â€¢ EasyRamp for simulating a start-up curve (directly programmable on device) â€¢ Sequencing (sequenced start of channels) â€¢ Analog input for external control via voltage (0 V to 10 V) and current (4 mA to 20 mA) â€¢ Trigger input for starting/controlling EasyArb â€¢ Data logging to USB flash drive in CSV format â€¢ Interfaces: USB-TMC/-VCP, Ethernet, LXI, IEEE-488 (GPIB)