Aim-TTi MX100TP Power Supply Triple multi range 375W
MX100TP – Series Key Features
- Three high performance outputs each with full functionality
- Range switching gives variable voltage/current combinations
- Shared power mode provides double power from a single output
- Low output noise and ripple via linear final regulation
- High setting resolution of up to 1mV and 0.1mA
- Variable OVP and OCP trips on all outputs
- 50 setting memories per output plus 50 linked memories
- Selectable voltage tracking (isolated tracking)
- Selectable current meter averaging
- Switchable remote sense capability
- Graphic LCD provides simultaneous output metering
- Numeric or spin-wheel control of all parameters
- Individual or combined output on/off control withprogrammable delay sequencing.
- 3U half-rack case for bench or rack mounting
- GPIB, RS-232, USB and LAN (LXI) interfaces (-P models)
- Duplicate power & sense terminals at rear (-P models)
The MX Series – a new power supply generation
The MX Series represents a new generation of multiple output laboratory power supplies from Aim-TTi.
Offering high power within a compact format they use ranged switched mixed-mode regulation with display and control via a large backlit graphic LCD with soft keys.
The first models in the MX Series to be launched are the 315 watt triple output MX100T and 375 watt triple output MX180T.
Three full-performance outputs
All outputs of an MX Series power supply have fully variable voltage and current setting and are able to operate in both constant voltage and constant current modes.
High resolution metering is incorporated and variable OVP and OCP trips are provided. Each output has its own DC On/Off switch.
To provide its impressive power density the MX series combines high frequency switch-mode pre-regulation with linear post-regulation to offer performance that comes close to that of an all-linear design.
Excellent line and load regulation is matched by low noise and good transient response.
Range switching and power control
To increase its ability to match a variety of applications, each output has more than one range.
This enables higher currents to be provided when the voltage requirement is lower, or higher voltages when the current requirement is lower.
When higher power is required, a shared power mode is available in which twice the power is available from a single output.
Typical Application Areas
- Medium power bench-top applications requiring multiple outputs
- Situations where voltage and current requirements may vary widely between projects
- Repetitive testing applications requiring multi-output settings memories
- High density system applications requiring multiple outputs from limited rack space
- Remote control applications where bus interface requirements may change