Chroma’s
new 62000P Series of programmable DC power supplies offers many advantages for
ATE integration and testing. These advantages include a
constant-power-operating envelope, precision read-back of output current and
voltage, output trigger signals, and the ability to create complex DC transient
waveforms to test device behavior to spikes, drops, and other voltage
deviations. Designed for automated testing DC/DC converters and similar
products, the 62000P sets a new standard for high-accuracy programmable DC
supplies.

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The
62000P Series includes 12 models ranging from 600 W to 5,000 W, up to 120 A,
and up to 600 V. Due to their constant-power-operating envelope, a single
instrument can provide both high voltage/low current and low voltage/high
current, thereby reducing the number of supplies needed in typical ATE applications.

The 62000P Series also includes 16-bit read-back
capability for accurate voltage and current readings. This means that systems
no longer need complex shunt/multiplexers to make accurate readings of the
UUT’s input parameters. The instruments also include I/O ports providing 8-bit
TTLs, DC-ON, fault output signal, and remote inhibit, as well as an output
trigger signal system timing measurements.