Posts Tagged ‘bench power supply’

Portable bench power supply v2 project

Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Luke writes, "A few years back I made a compact bench PSU based on a DPS-3002 module and a 24v PSU. I have since made a improved version that also includes the ability to run on my power tool batteries making it ultra-portable." See the full post on his blog here.

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Digitally controlled bench PSU project update

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Yet another update on Bertho’s digitally controlled bench PSU project we covered previously: Did some test-bed assembling today and did a dry-test of the power board. The good news... the power board did not blow up ;-) The aux PSU for +/-12V analog and the 5V logic supply switcher is working...

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DIY small bench power supply

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

newtonn2 posted detailed instructions of how to make this DIY small bench power supply that can adjust with precision current or voltage: After making my Mini Adjustable Power Supply I was very happy with it, but I was missing a more accurate control of the voltage and current. So I...

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Digitally controlled bench PSU project update

Monday, September 1st, 2014

An update on Bertho's digitally controlled bench PSU project, we wrote about it previously: Finally some spare time to get the PCBs finished and on order. Lets see how many brainfarts are there to be discovered ;-) Expected delivery in a couple of weeks, so there is some time before I can...

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Digitally controlled bench PSU

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Bertho posted a digitally controlled PSU design in the forum. He writes: The design is for 0...30V and 0...3A (90W) controllable at ~1mV and ~0.1mA steps. The actual accuracy is still out for testing and I assume that noise and non-linearity will be a factor to look at when time comes. The...

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Bench top power supply

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

‏@mattbrailsford tweeted his DIY bench power supply. You can get one for $14 at Seeed Studio.

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Home built bench power supply

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Ian Johnston wrote a post on his blog detailing his bench power supply build: My workshop has a couple of bench power supply's, one is an old Farnell TOPS 3D 3-rail tracking job, and the other is a 3-rail CSI CSI3005XIII with Constant Current functions. The farnell is all analogue but has no...

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Designing and building a bench supply

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Another article that might help with bench power supply designs: A good, reliable and easy to use bench power supply unit is probably the most important and most used device in every electronic lab. A proper electronically stabilized bench power supply unit can easily cost over 200 Euro.  Using a...

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