[volt-nuts] Good powersupply: HP6626A
Marvin E. Gozum
marvin.gozum at jefferson.edu
Wed Apr 25 15:40:47 UTC 2012
If its tested and working, For $400 each, its a steal for a precision
$18,000 if new.
OTAH, compare the DC specs and uV resolution, the Power Designs
precision supplies are competitive, but no progammability or GPIB,
but usually eBay priced between $30-100.
At 10:01 AM 4/25/2012, Pete Lancashire wrote:
>sadly if in the US you need to add $200 for shipping
>On Apr 25, 2012 5:27 AM, "Poul-Henning Kamp" <phk at phk.freebsd.dk> wrote:
> > Speaking of good powersupplies...
> > I just noticed that a seller from Singapore has 5pc HP6626A
> > on eBay at $200 Buy it Now.
> > I have had a 6626A for some years, and apart from the lack of
> > something you can twist on the frontpanel, it is the best power-supply
> > I've ever worked with.
> > Highly recommended.
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