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APS-1306 DC Regulated Power supply

Designed to power radio technical equipment with stabilized voltage and current in repair process, laboratory research. 2 LED displays; single channel; output voltage: 030 V; output current: 05 A; output voltage inaccuracy: (0.5% + 20 mV); output current inaccuracy: (0.5% + 2 mA); voltage ripple & noise: 2 mV RMS; power supply: 220 V; dimensions: 4.6x7.1x10.4 in / 116x180x265 mm; weight: 11.7 lb / 5.3 kg

Aktakom APS-1306 power supply is designed to power radio technical equipment with stabilized voltage and current in repair process, laboratory research.

The present model is perfect for repair services and in scientific and research laboratories.

Features:

  • dual LED display for voltage and current
  • coarse and fine adjustments of voltage and current
  • protection mode: voltage and current limitation
  • current and voltage stabilization mode (CC and CV)
  • output connectors: insulated safety plugs
  • organic glass front panel / other panels made of steel
  • low noise temperature controlled fan
  • 4 digit display
  • button lock function
  • constant voltage / constant current
  • fuse-protected

Specifications:

  • LED display: 2
  • Channel: 1
  • Output voltage: 030 V
  • Output current: 05 A
  • Output voltage inaccuracy: (0.5% + 20 mV)
  • Output current inaccuracy: (0.5% + 2 mA)
  • Voltage ripple & noise: 2 mV RMS.
  • Power supply: 220 V
  • Dimensions: 4.6x7.1x10.4 in / 116x180x265 mm
  • Weight: 11.7 lb / 5.3 kg

Standard accessories:

  • Network power supply
  • Set of Banana plug to Alligator Clips
  • 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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