- Two independent 0-32 V, 0-3 A outputs (96 Watts max)
- One independent 0-15 V, 0-5 A output (30 Watts max)
- High resolution, 16-bit programming and readback
- Isolated, tracking, parallel or series operation
- 100 hour timer function
- USB and RS-232 Standard
- Optional GPIB and Ethernet (XBT32-3FTPM139139)
- ETL Listed (for UL and CSA standards), CE Marked
- Three-year warranty
TestEquity is an authorized U.S. stocking distributor for Sorensen bench power supplies.
The XBT32-3FTP is a triple output, fully programmable power supply. Channels 1 and 2 can be programmed 0-32V and 0-3A each (96 Watts max). The third output is fully programmable 0-15V, 0-5A up to a maximum of 30 Watts. Channels 1 and 2 can be configured for tracking, parallel or series operation to, in effect, provide the equivalent of 6 different power supplies. In isolated mode, each of the 3 outputs functions independently; in tracking mode, channels 1 and 2 provide the same, but isolated output; in parallel mode, there is one 0-32V/0-6A output and one 0-15V/0-5A/30W output; in series mode, there is one 0-64V/0-3A output and one 0-15V/0-5A/30W output.
The XBT series provides superior device protection. Each output is fully isolated with voltage/current preview before turning on the output. Built-in switches, in addition to enabling the preview mode, can configure the outputs for parallel or series connection while graphics on the front panel show the user where to make connections.
Advanced engineering features include storage of 100 different setups (voltage and current) as well as a 100 hour timer. Power-on state and synchronous or individual control of each channel output can also be set. Over-voltage and over-current protection is programmed for each channel.
Computer control is easily accomplished through industry-standard SCPI commands via the USB or RS-232C interfaces which come standard on every unit. The GPIB / Ethernet interface option allows 3 low power channels in a half-rack for ATE applications. This option also includes an 8-bit digital I/O which can be set as input or output signals for programming.