Voltcraft PS-1305/230 power supply teardown

Posted on Thursday, September 27th, 2012 in Teardowns by DP

Arhi tears apart the Voltcraft PS-1305/230 isolated 0-230 volts AC 4.5 Amp power supply. It also comes with a 0-30V 5A, and 5V 3A DC channels.

The laboratory power unit is a combination of direct current power unit and safety variable isolating transformer
with alternating current output.

Via the forum.

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