Keithly 2230G-30-1 120W New DC Power Supply

Featured Product from ValueTronics International, Inc.


Keithly 2230G-30-1 Features:

  • Voltage: 30/30/6
  • Current: 1.5/1.5/5
  • Maximum Power: 120 Watts
  • The USB interface is standard on all models; the “G” versions add a GPIB interface
  • Triple output model with two 30V/1.5A (45W) channels and a 6V/5A (30W) channel on the triple output supply
  • Maximum output power of 45W on the 30V channels
  • Maximum output power of 30W on the 6V channel
  • Voltage setting and reading resolution of 1mV
  • Current setting and reading resolution of 1mA
  • All channels are independently controlled and have isolated outputs for maximum flexibility
  • All channels have remote sensing to ensure that programmed voltage is accurately applied to the load
  • Two 30V channels can be combined either in series to double output voltage or in parallel to double output current
  • 0.03% basic voltage output accuracy and 0.1% current accuracy ensure quality test data
  • Low noise, linear regulation with <3mVpp ripple and noise
  • Voltage and current outputs for all channels are displayed simultaneously for easy observation of each output state
  • Keypad entry allows fast, precise entry of output values

Accessories Supplied:

  • CS-1655-15 Rear Panel Mating Connector for Models 2220 and 2230 Multi-Channel DC Power Supplies
  • Documentation and Driver CD

The Keithley 2230G-30-1 Multi-Channel Programmable DC Power Supply combines two and three channels of output power to cost-effectively characterize and test a wide range of devices, circuit boards, modules, and products that require more than one power source. The 2230G-30-1 includes two 30V/1.5A channels and adds a 6V channel with up to 5A output for powering digital circuits. These multi-channel power supplies offer an excellent combination of performance, versatility, and ease of use to maximize the information from characterization or test as quickly and as easily as possible. They perform as effectively in automated test systems as they do in manual instrument configurations.