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APS-3310 DC Power Supply


DC Regulated Power Supply: 30V, 10A. Line. 2 LED indicators. 1 Channel. 4-wire circuit. Ripple/noise ratio — 1mV RMS. Power on/off load. Resolution of 10mV / 10mA. Dimensions: 10.4x5.5x14.2in / 265x140x360mm. Weight: 35.2lb/16kg

DC Regulated Power Supply AKTAKOM APS-3310 provides accurate and stable DC power. It is ideal for test benches, laboratories, schools and repair facilities. The multi-turn volt­age control knob helps the user accuratly dial In precise voltage. It Is easy to read digital outputs (voltage & current) through a large display accurately.

Features

  • Output: 0-30VDC @ 0-10A
  • SMD technology
  • Attractive digital display shows voltage and curren same time
  • A cooling fan
  • High precision voltage regulation
  • Dual terminal system: Safety test style or expandable screw terminals
  • Overload protection circuit
  • Output polarity: positive or negative
  • Rugged reinforced metal frame construction
  • Ripple and Noise: 1mV rms

Specifications

  • Input Voltage: 100V/220V 50Hz/60Hz
  • Output Polarity: Positive and Negative
  • Digital Dispaly shows Voltage and Current value
  • Overload Protection Circuit
  • Ripple and Noise: 1mV rms
  • Dimensions: 10.4x5.5x14.2in/265x140x360mm
  • Weight: 35.2lb/16kg

Accessories

  • Pair of high power Cables with connectors

  • Power Cord

  • User Manual

Power supply to load four-wire connection method

The sampling terminals are used under the following conditions: if the load has a distance from the power supply, the sampling terminals may be used to compensate for the inherent when using voltage drop a longer power line.

Sampling terminals connection to compensate the voltage drop:

Voltage drop compensation

Sampling connection diagram:

Attention: Disconnect the installed S- and S+ shorting wires when using the sampling connections.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I work in the current stabilization mode?
  • What instruction should I follow to work in the voltage stabilization mode?

  • How can I work in the current stabilization mode?

    1. If OUTPUT indicator is red than press LOAD button. In that case OUTPUT indicator should go out and the current indicator will display the set current value.
    2. By using VOLTAGE adjustment rotary switch set the required output voltage (at the same time nothing should be connected to the output terminals «+» and «-»).
    3. By using CURRENT rotary switch set the maximum allowable current value (current limit value) for your load. If in the operating mode the load resistance change will cause the excess of the specified current limit, the device will automatically switch to the current stabilization mode and the output voltage will proportionally fall.
    4. Connect the load to the device and press LOAD button. OUTPUT indicator should become red.
    5. Before you disconnect the load press LOAD button. OUTPUT indicator will go out.
    6. Before switching off the device, disconnect the load.


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    What instruction should I follow to work in the voltage stabilization mode?

    1. If OUTPUT indicator is red than press LOAD button. In that case OUTPUT indicator should go out and the current indicator will display the set current value.
    2. Adjust VOLTAGE adjustment rotary switches in order to obtain the maximum allowable load voltage on the device output. If in the operating mode the load resistance change will cause the excess of the specified voltage limit, the device will automatically switch to the voltage stabilization mode with setting on terminals «+» and «-» of the preset voltage value limit, and the output current will proportionally fall.
    3. By using CURRENT rotary switch set the maximum allowable current value (current limit value) for your load.
    4. Connect the load to the device and press LOAD button. OUTPUT indicator should become red.
    5. Before you disconnect the load press LOAD button. OUTPUT indicator will go out.
    6. Before switching off the device, disconnect the load.


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