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ATH-1165 Power Supply

Switching power supply with digital indication. 4 digit LED displays – 2 pcs. Overload and short circuit protection. 1 channel. Output parameters: 0... 60 V / 0... 5 A. Inaccuracy of output voltage setting: ±(0.2%Uset+2 emp). Inaccuracy of output current setting: ±(0.2%Iset+5 emp). Voltage ripple and noise, RMS (typical): 3mV. Current ripple and noise, RMS (typical): 20mA. Dimensions: 9.1 x 3.5 x 10.2 in / 230 x 90 x 260 mm. Weight: 4.6 lb / 2.1 kg.

Aktakom ATH-1165 switching power supply with digital indication is designed for the use in debugging process, repair or in laboratory research. Switching power supplies are more compact and light-weighted comparing to analogue (linear) power supplies but they have the same output power as linear power supplies.

  • 4 digit LED displays – 2 pcs
  • Overload and short circuit protection
  • Current limiting setting

Specifications:

  • Number of channels: 1
  • Output parameters: 0... 60 V / 0... 5 A
  • Inaccuracy of output voltage setting: ±(0.2%Uset+2 emp)
  • Inaccuracy of output current setting: ±(0.2%Iset+5 emp)
  • Output parameters instability when changing the supply voltage by 10% from nominal value:
    voltage - 0.02%Uset
    current - 0.1%Iset
  • Output parameters instability when changing the load voltage:
    voltage - 0.05%Uset
    current – 0.1%Iset
  • Voltage ripple and noise, RMS (typical): 3mV
  • Current ripple and noise, RMS (typical): 20mA
  • Power supply: 220V
  • Dimensions: 9.1 x 3.5 x 10.2 in / 230 x 90 x 260 mm
  • Weight: 4.6 lb / 2.1 kg

Standard accessories:

  • ATH-1165 pulse power supply
  • Power cord
  • User manual

Frequently Asked Questions

  • May I use AKTAKOM power supplies to charge accumulators?

  • May I use AKTAKOM power supplies to charge accumulators?

    AKTAKOM power supplies can’t be used for accumulator charging since it may cause the accumulator breakage (recharge, electrolyte boiling, extra pressure of the internal gas which will lead to the accumulator explosion). Accumulators should be charged with the current source which controls the accumulator voltage and regulates the charging current accordingly. When the required accumulator voltage is achieved such type of source simply stops the charging process, its name is a charging device.


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