Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 14:43:04 +

Author: Jenny Wurster

Subject: DC power for demos

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Hi all,
We are about to lose the DC power supply that supplies ~110V and ~55V t=
o our lecture rooms. The plan is to replace it with 2 or 3 smaller, portab=
le units. We have identified some Agilent and TDK lambda models that shoul=
d supply the current we need. Before we purchase anything we would like to=
know what other people do for their higher voltage DC needs and if anyone =
can recommend these or other power supply manufacturers. Any advice about =
other things we need to consider is also appreciated.

Thanks,
Jenny Wurster
Cornell University

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Hi all,=

We are=
about to lose the DC power supply that supplies ~110V and ~55V to our lect=
ure rooms. The plan is to replace it with 2 or 3 smaller, portable un=
its.
We have identified some Agilent and TDK lambda models that should supply t=
he current we need. Before we purchase anything we would like to know=
what other people do for their higher voltage DC needs and if anyone can r=
ecommend these or other power supply
manufacturers. Any advice about other things we need to consider is =
also appreciated.
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Jenny Wurster<=
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Cornell University




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