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    2200

    Power outputs from 86W to 150W
    The Series 2200 offers five models of DC power supplies with voltage outputs from 20V to 72V to address a wide range of power requirements. These supplies have both front and rear outputs for use on a bench or in a test system. With basic voltage setting accuracy of 0.03% and basic voltage readback accuracy of 0.02%, the voltage you program for the load is the voltage accurately applied at the output terminals. The rear panel connections include remote sense terminals that compensate for voltage drops in the power supply leads.
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    2220/2230/2231

    Multiple outputs to power multiple circuits or devices
    Series 2220 and 2230 Multi-Channel Programmable DC Power Supplies are ideal for testing a wide range of devices, circuit boards, modules, and products that require multiple power sources cost-effectively. Series 2200 supplies provide two channels, each capable of outputting up to 30V and up to 1.5A. Series 2230 supplies include two 30V/1.5A channels plus a 6V channel with up to 5A output for powering digital circuits. The Model 2231A-30-3’s two channels can supply up to 30V at 3A each; the third channel can provide up to 5V at 3A.
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    2260B

    Source voltages up to 800V and currents up to 108A
    Source a wide range of voltages and currents with the 360W, 720W, or 1080W Series 2260B Programmable DC Power Supplies. The 360W versions can output current of 36A, 13.5A, 4.5A, or 1.44A; the 720W models can output 72A, 27A, 9A, or 2.88A; and the 1080W instruments can output 108A, 40.5A, 13.5A or 4.32A. This wide range of output voltages and current, combined with multiple interface choices, makes the Series 2260B ideal for use in a wide range of applications, including research and design, quality control, and production test.
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    2268 850W

    Where to find the highest power in the smallest package
    Series 2268 850W DC Power Supplies provide voltage and current output levels ideal for automated test. They offer maximum voltage outputs of 20V, 40V, 60V, 80V, 100V, and 150V with corresponding maximum current outputs of 42A, 21A, 14A, 10.5A, 8.5A, and 5.6A. They allow outputting any current, including the maximum current, at any voltage. Analog and digital control options and several digital interface options are available. They also have the flexibility to operate in constant voltage (CV), constant current (CC), or constant power mode.
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    2280

    lean power paired with precision measurements
    Series 2280S supplies deliver up to 192W of low output noise power and superior load current measurement sensitivity. Built-in plotting functions allow monitoring trends such as drift. These supplies offer up to 6½-digit resolution for characterizing small changes in load currents with confidence. Four load current measurement ranges support measuring a device’s full load current, standby mode current, and small sleep mode currents with DMM-quality accuracy.
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    2281S

    Precision DC Power Supplies with Battery Test and Battery Simulation Functions
    The Series 2281S Battery Simulator and Precision DC Power Supply innovatively integrates battery simulation with the functions of a high-precision power supply and battery testing.  It’s able to analyze the DC consumption of a device under test, test a battery, and generate a battery model based on the battery charging process and simulate a battery based on the battery model.  The 2281S-20-6 can output up power to 20V and 6A and sink current up to 1A.
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    2290

    High voltage outputs with low output noise
    Series 2290 High Voltage Power Supplies are ideal for high voltage device and material testing, as well as high energy physics experiments. Choose the Model 2290-5 Power Supply for voltage outputs up to 5000V or the Model 2290-10 Power Supply for up to 10,000V. These supplies measure both output voltage with 1V resolution and output current with 1μA resolution. In addition to the voltage and current output displays, a third display shows one of four settings: output voltage, voltage limit, current limit, or current trip.
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    2300

    Power supplies for testing battery-powered devices
    Testing portable, battery-operated devices under real-word conditions demands a DC power supply that can simulate a battery’s performance over a wide range of conditions. Series 2300 battery simulating power supplies can simulate both a battery's output resistance and output voltage response. The dual-channel versions of these power supplies provide one channel to act like a battery and sink current for simulating a discharged rechargeable battery; the other channel supplies voltage for testing a device’s charge control circuitry.
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    PWS2000

    Affordably Generate the Voltage or Current You Need
    The PWS2000 Power Supply Series is designed with the performance and intuitive operation you expect from Tektronix. Wide current and voltage ranges, plus 10 mV and 10 mA resolution, satisfy a wide variety of applications. Numeric keypads make voltage and current selection fast and accurate. Bright displays with large digits provide excellent readability. The PWS2000 Power Supply Series generates the power you need at a price you can afford.
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    PWS4000

    Choose Your Voltage and Current -- Quickly, Precisely
    With wide voltage and current ranges, the PWS4000 Programmable Power Supply Series makes a versatile addition to your bench. A basic voltage accuracy of 0.03% and less than 5 mVp-p noise means you can be confident in the power supply's output value. List mode and a USB port for remote programming accelerate complex test development. The PWS4000 Power Supply Series generates the power you need for your application – quickly and precisely.
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