Series BOP-HV: High Voltage Linear Power Supplies
The DM suffix specifies digital meters. The M suffix specifiying analog meters, is available only for BOP 500M while supplies last. DM and M models are identical except for the meters.
For lower voltage, higher current applications, Kepco's Series BOP is available in 100W, 200W and 400W sizes.
The term bipolar means that the voltage and current outputs can be made to vary smoothly and linearly through their entire plus and minus rated ranges, passing through zero with no polarity switching.
They can source or sink up to 100% of their current rating at any voltage setting, depending on the duty cycle. Please refer to the plot of voltage vs. current, Figure 1. The separate bipolar voltage and current control channels are backed by four independently adjustable (and programmable) limits. Four front panel LEDs tell you whether the unit is operating in the voltage or current mode, or against the voltage limit or current limit. A mode switch on the front panel selects the operating channel.
VOLTAGE MODE OPERATION
(Current limiting either front panel adjusted or remotely programmed using the current limiting channel).
CURRENT MODE OPERATION
(Voltage limiting either front panel adjusted or remotely programmed using the voltage limiting channel).
REMOTE CONTROLKepco's SN 488 Digital Programmer, availalble as an accessory, allows remote programming of BOP 500DM or 1000DM via a GPIB (IEEE 488) interface. The digital programmer converts either a hexadecimal (12-bit binary) or decimal (3-digit BCD) input to an analog voltage which controls the BOP-HV. The SN 488 is available with either single or dual channel operation, for controlling the BOP-HV voltage channel, current channel, or both, via the GPIB.
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