The following control methods are used for programmable DC power supplies in order to obtain stable voltage and current.
|Linear regulator power supply||Stabilization is achieved by placing a control circuit between the input and output.||Very little noise.
Fast response speed.
Large and heavy.
|Switching power supply||Input is switched on and off to create high frequency, which is then rectified, controlled, and stabilized.||Good efficiency.
Small and lightweight.
Wide range of input voltage.
|Lots of noise compared to a linear regulator system.||
Programmable DC power supplies can be largely divided into two categories: Constant-voltage DC power supplies that have a stable output voltage even when the load changes, and constant-current DC power supplies that have a stable output current.
Constant voltage is also referred to as CV, while constant current is referred to as CC.
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Matsusada Precision offers both linear regulator type DC power supplies and switching type DC power supplies according to your application.
Linear Regulator DC Power Supply
Low noise DC power supply with digital control and linear regulator system
Switching DC Power Supply
Ultra slim and high-performance DC power supply with a sufficient output power of 80W in "palm size".
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