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  • XP-625 AC/DC Variable Voltage Power Supply

    Regular Price: USD $166.50

    Special Price: USD $124.88

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    Two variable AC power supplies, 0-110VAC @ 2.5A and 0-40VAC @ 5A
    One 0-30VDC @ 5A power supply
    Over current and short circuit protection
    Analog display meters

    The Elenco XP-625 AC/DC Variable Voltage Power Supply features fail-safe automatic overload protection with adjustable voltage output. Ideal for labs, shops, schools home and industry. The XP-625 contains two AC power supplies, 0 to 110VAC @ 2.5A and 0 to 40VAC @ 5A. The DC power supply provides 0-30VDC @ 5A. The power supplies are isolated and should not be connected together.
  • XP-720 Variable DC and Fixed AC Voltage Power Supply
    USD $91.79

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    Three DC and two AC independent power supplies
    Over current and short circuit protection

    The Elenco XP-720 Variable Voltage Power Supply features fail-safe automatic overload protection with adjustable voltage output. Ideal for labs, shops, schools home and industry. The XP-720 contains 3 fully regulated DC power supplies. One is 1.25 to 15VDC @ 1A, the second is -1.25 to -15VDC @ 1A (or 3-30V @ 1A) and the third is fixed 5V @ 3A. All three can be stacked to produce 3 to 30V @ 3A. It also features 6.3VAC @ 1A and 12.6VAC @ 1A power supplies.

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... Tamiya connector , though we supply it. For a power supply, it depends largely on the current ... this information, you can take a look at the lab power supplies we offer to find the best one to suit your needs. ...
2010-07-19 16:01 by CBenson
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... dead (originally more expensive) PSU in the lab I actually have an MBR4045 along with another ... I could have had a big pile of these very nice power diodes. Anyway... One quick question. I can't ... forum about a guy who took three 400W ATX supplies and tried to tie them together with an ...
2007-02-12 02:55 by Tillin9
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... then go to chapter 6 which shows how to make power supplies. If you have time, read the whole thing at least ... your primary goal is to build amplifiers for music or lab needs. There is no single kit I can recommend for pure ...
2007-01-14 02:37 by Tillin9
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... used to switch large currents, for example in power supplies. FETs in general are used here since unlike bipolars ... Try looking at this http://www.tigoe.net/pcomp/labs/lab-motors.shtml or http://www.robotroom.com/HBridge.html ...
2006-10-12 22:11 by Tillin9
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