[volt-nuts] Power Designs Precision Power Supplies
alanh137 at cableone.net
Tue Apr 24 02:20:26 UTC 2012
I got a couple of mine for less than $20 each which was certainly a
factor, but I think I paid as much or more than the sales price for
shipping on all of mine. The 2005A isn't too heavy, but the others have
some real iron in those transformers!
Some of the things I liked about them were meters on all outputs
switchable between V and A. Not volt-nuts accuracy, but it is nice to
be able to get a good idea what is going on without having to hook up a
meter. All of them have current limiting and the triple output supplies
have over-voltage protection as well. My TP340s have two of the outputs
that can be switch-selected to track which I thought might be handy for
projects that need +/- supplies.
On 4/23/2012 3:55 AM, Marvin E. Gozum wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> Thanks a ton for those insights, what made you decide to get these
> instead of the known players like HP, Agilent, Kikusui, Kenwood,
> Sorensen etc.,?
> At 04:19 PM 4/22/2012, Alan Hochhalter wrote:
>> Oops! Sorry I called you Ed.
>> Brain malfunction resulting in getting my e-mail replies mixed up.
> Philadelphia, PA
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