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Product specifications

200 W
50 V
1
100 V
230 V
7 A
Programmable
3 mV
500 uV
50 us
0 °C
40 °C
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  • Family information

    Series description
    • Rotary regulator for voltage and current setting
    • Connections on front and rear
    • Outputs can be switched ON/OFF
    • Low residual ripple
    • Can be used as voltage or current source
    • Non-volatile memory for three settings
    • Overvoltage and overcurrent protection
    • Load control
  • Article information

    Article description
    • Rotary regulator for voltage and current setting
    • Connections on front and rear
    • Outputs can be switched ON/OFF
    • Low residual ripple
    • Can be used as voltage or current source
    • Non-volatile memory for three settings
    • Overvoltage and overcurrent protection
    • Load control
    Previous Article Number: 924025
    Paper catalogue 2016/17 p. 1546
    Paper catalogue 2013/14 p. 1128
  • Environmental information

    RoHS Conform
    SVHC Review Date 07.07.2017
  • Additional information

    Country of origin Mali (ML)
    Manufacturer Keysight
    Gross weight (incl. package) 11056.0 Gram
    Dimensions (incl. package) 520 x 310 x 390 MM
    Customs number 8504408290
    UNSPSC (v5.03) 30211502
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