Programmable supplies feature remote sense without wires

Versatile Power introduces its BENCH XR line of 600 W programmable supplies. They are the industry’s first to provide accurate point-of-load voltage regulation over a wide range of load conditions – without the use of an auxiliary remote sense circuit. Remote sense is implemented using the company’s patent-pending digital control to instantaneously adjust the voltage at the output terminals in response to changes in output current. This innovative technique eliminates output noise that is often introduced by conventional remote sense wiring. In addition, by eliminating the remote sense wiring, the BENCH XR is not susceptible to failures caused by ground loops or reverse polarity sense wiring connections.

The BENCH XR series of 600 W programmable power supplies are packaged in a 1U, ½-rack width enclosure. It offers an 85 to 265 Vac input. Five models provide for output voltage and current ranging from 30 V to 400 V and 2.5 A to 33 A. Digital display of output current and point-of-load voltage is provided. Multiple standard I/O interfaces (Ethernet, USB 2.0 and analog) facilitate setup and operation of test protocols. It provides command compatibility for Keysight 603x, Sorenson DLM, and Xantrex XFR. The BENCH XR series is compatible with LXI Class C specifications and supports the Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI) language. The ability to perform remote sense without any added wiring both simplifies set up and improves power supply performance and reliability. Versatile Power: www.versatilepower.com

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