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ATH-1333 DC Power Supply 30V / 3A, 1 channel

Power supply designed for the use in debugging process, repair or in laboratory research. 3 digit LCD 2 pcs. Short circuit protection. Stabilization mode (current, voltage). 1 channel. Output voltage: 0...30 V. Output current: 03 A. Inaccuracy of output voltage setting: 1% + 2 digits. Inaccuracy of output current setting: 1.5% + 2 digits. Dimensions: 11.5x6.2x5.4 in / 291x158x136 mm; Weight: 11lb / 5 kg.

AKTAKOM ATH-1333 is widely used in debugging process, repair and laboratory research. ATH-1333 outputs smoothly adjustable stabilized DC voltage and stabilized current. Moreover its a perfect power supply for science investigation, college, factory, electronic appliance maintenance and etc.

The unit structure is rather compact, ATH-1333 occupies a very small working area. Other features of this power supply include high performance, short circuit protection availability, modern design etc.

ATH-1333 has digital indication, all information is displayed on 2 3-digit LED displays.

Features:

  • 3 digit LCD
  • Short circuit protection
  • Stabilization mode (current, voltage)

Specifications:

  • Number of channels: 1
  • Output voltage: 0...30 V
  • Output current: 03 A
  • Inaccuracy of output voltage setting: 1% + 2 digits
  • Inaccuracy of output current setting: 1.5% + 2 digits
  • Voltage ripple and noise, RMS (typical): 1mV
  • Power supply: 110V/220V
  • Dimensions: 11.5x6.2x5.4 in / 291x158x136 mm;
  • Weight: 11lb / 5 kg.

Standard accessories:

  • 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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