125-A Bipolar Amplifier
Mar 2010Kepco Inc.Request Info
FLUSHING, N.Y., March 26, 2010 – Kepco Inc. has added a high-current model to its four-quadrant 1-kW BOP bipolar operational amplifier series. The BOP 6-125MG enables the user to source or sink up to 125 A using a single 3U module with accuracy and readback in current mode of 200 ppm.
The unit performs in current mode-voltage limit, as well in voltage mode-current limit. Up to five units can be operated in parallel for a source-sink capability of up to 625 A at 0 to 6 V, and up to three units can be connected for up to 125 A at 0 to 18 V. Switch mode technology provides low dissipation.
The amplifier is controlled digitally from a front panel keypad or from the built-in GPIB or RS-232 remote interfaces. An arbitrary waveform function generator produces sine, triangular, positive ramp, negative ramp and square waveforms, without an external signal generator.
Applications include battery test and characterization, corrector and injector magnets for medical imaging, and solar cell test and characterization.
For more information, visit: www.kepcopower.com