Switching Power Supply
The DC stabilized power supply adopts the international advanced high-frequency pulse width modulation technology and is equipped
with stable Mitsubishi IGBT as the adjustment original, so that the switching DC power supply has the characteristics of high
conversion efficiency, stable current, high accuracy and good transient response , Voltage and current are continuously
adjustable, and LED digital tube display. The high-frequency switching power supply solves the unstable industry problem of
adjustable switching power supply due to large current. With input overvoltage, undervoltage, phase loss, output overvoltage,
overcurrent, short circuit, constant current output voltage limit, over temperature and other protection functions. The multi-turn
potentiometer controls the voltage and current or by adding analog quantities at the input: 4-20MA, 0-20mA, 0-5V, 0-10V, etc., the
output voltage or output current is controlled by the potentiometer during internal control; The analog quantity controls the
output voltage or current. The high-power DC stabilized power supply has protection measures such as overvoltage, overcurrent,
short circuit, temperature control and so on.
The main object
1. Battery charging, PCB exposure lamp power supply.
2. Laboratory, electronic equipment, automatic test equipment.
3. Aging of electronic components such as resistors, relays, motors, routine tests.
4. Electronic inspection equipment, production line equipment, communication equipment testing.
5. All other occasions where DC power is needed.
1. Motor category: electric vehicle motor, electric vehicle controller, DC motor test aging, etc.
2. Electrical appliances: LED testing and aging, energy-saving light bulb testing and aging, lamp testing, tungsten gasification, etc.
3. Automotive: automotive electronics, high-power DC motors, automotive motor controllers, automotive lights, cigarette lighters, automotive audio-visual testing and aging, etc.
4. Electronic devices: capacitors, resistors, relays, transistors, sensors, etc.
5. Display: display screen, liquid crystal screen, touch screen, car DVD, mobile phone display, etc.
6. Electrochemistry: electrolysis, electroplating, anodizing, non-ferrous metal research, etc.
7. Testing and R & D of other products requiring DC power supply, such as magnetrons. . .