Gresham Power Electronics, a specialist design-in distributor of power conversion products, announces the availability of its GPS-TPS352 1200W benchtop power supply. Supplied in a convenient and compact desktop case less than 50mm tall, the GPS-TPS352 provides reliable system power up to 1200W (1400W peak) with low output ripple and noise.
Typical applications for the GPS-TPS352 benchtop power supply include product design, test and repair, burn-in, instrumentation, telecoms infrastructure, IT systems and data-centres, laboratories and education.
Regulated single outputs of 12V 7.5A, 24V 58A, 28V 50A, 36V 38A and 48V 28A are available as standard and custom versions may be specified. The output has +/-10% adjustment range via a front panel mounted potentiometer
The Gresham Power GPS-TPS352 operates from 110 and 230VAC input supplies and features internal speed controlled long life fans for low noise operation in higher ambient temperatures and increased reliability. Airflow is from front to rear of power supply.
Other features include an IEC power inlet for worldwide AC cables, a single piece SBX75 output connector, which avoids bolt terminals with easy to lose parts, front panel displays for output voltage and current and an on/off switch.
The standard enclosure for the GPS-TPS352 is made from welded stainless steel, finished in a black epoxy coat which provides excellent protection for the internal electronics. A stainless steel enclosure is also available as is conformal of the PCB, providing additional ruggedisation.
The case is fitted with non-marking rubber feet to protect operating surfaces and the 50mm tall front panel is fitted with two panel handles which also provide protection to front panel components from drop damage
In addition to EOS Power Gresham is now supplying products from a number of major power supply manufacturers including, EOS Power, SL Power, Vox Power, Telkoor and Digital Power. Gresham has also added a new range of Defence power products for land based or vehicle applications to complement its world leading naval power systems.
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