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Lesson 1 - Introduction - Practical Power Sourcing and Measurement Considerations

 

In this course, we'll focus on important power source and electronic load features to help you in selecting and using these instruments for your applications.

Power supplies and electronic loads are two of the most common tools on an engineer’s bench. This webinar will focus on the practical aspects of selecting and using power supplies and electronic loads.

This course will offer insights into important topics such as output ripple and noise, up/down programming time, output protection features and output relay connections. It will also cover application topics including connecting power supplies in series and parallel, rack mounting considerations, and using built-in capabilities (such as digitizers and arbitrary waveform generators). Finally, it gives an overview of important considerations when selecting control software for power supplies and electronic loads.

Who should take Practical Power Sourcing and Measurement Considerations?

This course targets the needs of anyone wanting to understand key power supply specifications and their importance to different applications. Engineers and technicians desiring tips on expanding the capabilities of both power supplies and electronic loads and wanting to learn more about advanced power supply features would also benefit from attending this course. In addition, power supply and electronic load users uncertain about software control options would also find this course useful. 

We'll cover:

  •  Important Power Supply Parameters & Features
  • Expanding Power Supply and Electronic Load Capabilities
  • Advanced Power Supply Features
  • Power Supply and Electronic Load Software Considerations

Duration: 45 min