High performance and precision multi channels DC regulated power supply. 2 adjustable channels output. 0-30V linear voltage and current output display. 4 LED displays for voltage and current output display. Low noise and ripple; less than 1mV (5Hz-1mHz). Voltage and current pre-set feature. Current output protection. CV/CC mode automatic changer. Output voltage: 0…30V x 2 (independent channels). Output current: 0…20A x 2. Dimensions: 18 x 9.8 x 5.3 in / 460 x 250 x 135 mm. Weight: 49.6 lb / 22.48 kg.
AKTAKOM ATH-2232 is a high performance and precision multi channels DC regulated power supply with 2 channel outputs. ATH-2232 power supply has constant voltage mode, constant current mode, auto current cut off protection function, overload protection and auto tracking mode .In auto tracking mode, it can auto connect CH1 and CH2 output either in parallel or in series internally to provide double current or voltage output.
With the extract stability and enhanced responsibility, this power supply is suitable for bench, laboratory, university, high school, and enterprise use or where high performance and precision regulated DC power supply is needed.
2 adjustable channels output
0-30V linear voltage and current output display
4 LED displays for voltage and current output display
Low noise and ripple; less than 1mV (5Hz-1mHz)
Voltage and current pre-set feature
Current output protection
CV/CC mode automatic changer
Auto tracking output
Auto parallel or series connection
Doubling voltage with series connection
Doubling current with parallel connection
16 hours continuous operation with full loading
Output voltage: 0…30V x 2 (independent channels)
Output current: 0…20A x 2 (independent channels)
Input Voltage: 110VAC/220VAC ± 10% at 50/60Hz
Operating temperature: 32°F to 104°F / 0°C - 40°C
Operating humidity: ≤80%RH
Digital Display: 3 Digital Display (±0.5%+2d)
Chassis and Terminal: ≤20MΩ, at DC500V
Chassis and Power Cord: ≤30MΩ, at DC500V
Dimensions: 18 x 9.8 x 5.3 in / 460 x 250 x 135 mm
Weight: 49.6 lb / 22.48 kg
Voltage range: 0 to maximum rated current
Line Effect: ≤5×10-4 +3mV
≤5×10-4 +3mV (output current ≤ 10A)
≤1×10-3+3mV (output current > 10A)
Noise and Ripple: 1.5mV (rms)
Recovery Time: ≤100µs (50% of loading effect with min. loading of 0.5A)
Current Range: 0 to maximum rated current
Line Effect: ≤4×10-3 +3mA
Loading Effect: ≤4×10-3 +3mA
Noise and Ripple: ≤3mAms
ATH-2232 DC Power Supply 30V / 20A 2 Channels - front view
How can series tracking mode be set when operating Aktakom ATH-22xx power supply?
Press Tracking mode selection key (marked as 1 in the below picture) and release Tracking mode selection key (marked as 2) to enable series tracking mode. In series tracking mode CH2 output voltage and current value follows CH1 setting. The output voltage is double to CH1 display value.
Turn CH2 Current knob clockwise to maximum current output and then use CH1 Current knob to adjust the desired current output value.
Use CH1 Voltage knob to adjust the desired voltage output value.
Connect the circuit to CH1 “+” terminal and CH2 “-” terminal to get double voltage output
For the bi-polar DC power supply with common ground connect CH2 “+” terminal to “GND” grounding terminal. CH1 “+” terminal is the positive output and CH2 “-” terminal is the negative output
Below is the illustration of series tracking mode
Here is the illustration of Bi-polar tracking mode
How can I set parallel tracking mode when operating Aktakom ATH-22xx?
Press both Tracking mode selection keys to enable parallel tracking mode. In parallel tracking mode CH2 output voltage and current value follows CH1 setting. The output current is double to the CH1 display value.
Use CH1 Voltage knob to adjust the desired voltage output value
CH1 Current knob to adjust the desired current output value.
Connect the circuit to the CH1 terminals to get double current output
Below is the illustration of parallel tracking mode
May I use AKTAKOM power supplies to charge accumulators?
AKTAKOM power supplies canít 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.