The EA-PS 5040-10A power supply belongs to the EA-PS 5000 series and has a power of 160W. The output voltage is 0-40V and the output current is 0-10A.
The EA-PS 5000 series power supplies are micro-controlled digital power supplies with good functionality. These relatively inexpensive power supplies offer flexible 'auto-ranging'. This allows e power supplies to provide either a high current or a high voltage within the provided power. A picture of this can be seen in the pictures above. The power supply indicates when it operates in CC (constant current) mode or CV (constant voltage) mode.
In addition, the power supply contains an LCD display. With the knob it is possible to switch between fine or precise settings of the values.
The power supplies offer overvoltage protection, but also overcurrent protection. It is also possible to set the current to a specific value at which the power supply should be switched off automatically. This current is adjustable from 0-110%.
The power supplies can be managed and controlled by a PC via the USB connection.
The main differences between the models of the EA-PS 5000 series are shown in the table below.
|Model||PS 5040-10A||PS 5080-10A||PS 5200-04A|
|Output current||0 - 10 A||0 - 10 A||0 - 4 A|
|Output voltage||0 - 40 Volt||0 - 80 Volt||0 - 200 Volt|
|Power||160 Watt||320 Watt||320 Watt|
|Ripple voltage||< 80 mVpp, < 10 mVrms||< 80 mVpp, < 10 mVrms||< 150 mVpp, < 30 mVrms|
|Ripple current||< 40 mApp, < 15 mArms||< 40 mApp, < 15 mArms||< 16 mApp, < 6 mArms|
|Input||90 - 260 V / 45 - 65 Hz|
|Accuracy||< 0.2 %|
|Dimensions||200 x 87 x 320 mm|
The EA PS 5040-10A power supply comes with the following accessories:
Do not forget to order the correct cables with the power supply. You can find them here.
|EasyPS2000 serie software||With this software license it is possible to store data in CSV format, sequential profiles can be loaded and it is possible to display graphical respresentations of the output values.|