Description: 6624A DC Power Supplies have Max Power 40W Outputs Low/High Range DC Power Supplies
|Series||DC Power Supplies|
HP Agilent Keysight 6624A DC Power Supply
The 6624A DC Power Supply by Keysight has the following features: safety features to confirm DUT protection, built-in measurements and advanced programmable features, swift, low-noise outputs, dual-range outputs, and as many as four completely secluded power supplies in a 3U bundle. Many of the outputs give dual ranges, which provides additional current at lower voltage points. The output can be linked in parallel or in a series to greatly increase the performance that this model will give the system designer.
The command processing time for the Keysight 6624A is 7 ms typical when the front-panel display is deactivated. The input power is 550 W maximum, 720 VA maximum. The output terminals can be floated as high as ± 240 VDC from the framework ground. Rack space is conserved with this compact model, as well as GPIB addresses since two, three, or four secluded outputs are included within one model. The Keysight 6624A DC Power Supply also decreases test time by utilizing swift up and down programming, which is boosted by an active downprogrammer to sink the complete rated current.
SCPI commands are used for programming, which are typical for the industry. The software driver used for this model is VXIplug&play. The VXIplug&play drivers make test system integration much simpler, so the user feels more competent and at ease with the instrument they are using.
For further details and specifications regarding the Keysight 6624A DC Power Supply, the user manual can be viewed on the apexwaves.com
|Manufacturer||HP Agilent Keysight|
|Type||DC Power Supply|
|Command Processing Time||7 ms typical|
|Input Power||550 W maximum, 720 VA maximum|
|Output Power||0 to 20 V, 0 to 2 A|
|6624A Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|
HP Agilent Keysight 6624A DC Power Supply- FAQ:
Does the Keysight 6624A have the capability of sinking current?
Yes, sinking (also known as down-programming) pulls current into the positive part of the power supply. Sinking occurs to increase a power supply’s transition time from a higher to a lower ongoing voltage level and should not be a steady operating state.
Can I link DC Power Supplies in series or in parallel to my 6624A to achieve higher currents or voltages?
Yes, this can usually be done, but the resulting voltage links cannot go over the maximum floating voltage allowed for any of the component power supplies. It is best to only parallel or place in series DC power supplies of equivalent output voltage ratings and current ratings.
What is the transient response time for the Keysight 6624A?
The transient response time for the 6624A is less than 75 µs.
What are the dimensions of the 6624A?
The dimensions of this model are 16.75 x 5.22 x 19.6 inches.
What is the standard operating temperature for the 6624A?
The standard operating temperature is 0 to 55 degrees C.