User-selectable capacitorless output for fast analog programming or quick recovery current-mode operation.
User selectable fast or conventional modes of operation. Use fast-mode for rapid response to programmed instructions or for quick response in current mode to load changes.
Voltage and current modes with full and equal control over the output in both modes.
Multi-terminal user port allows the ATE to be configured by arranging the jumpers on a mating plug, PC-12.
Full zeroing and full-scale calibration for both the voltage and current control channels.
Programmable overvoltage crowbar. Can be manually set from the panel or programmed with a 0-10V analog signal. Optically isolated input-output to interconnect multiple power supplies.
Uncommitted amplifiers to manipulate arbitrary control signals into the required 0-10V needed to program ATE. Two provided. Can be used for scaling and summing.
Model ATE 325-0.8M (Analog meters)
Digital control through SN-series IEEE-488 interfaces.
The variation of the ATE¹s voltage and current offsets as a function of source, time and temperature are tabulated in the static specifications table. These may be used to calculate the output effect by the relationship:
(Rf/Ri)±Eio(1+Rf/Ri)±Iio(Rf) where Rf is the feedback resistor, and Ri is the input resistor from the reference, Er.