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DP832A Triple Output, 195 Watt Power Supply

RIGOL DP832A Triple Output, 195 Watt Power Supply
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Brand: RIGOL
Warranty: 3 years
User's Guide: Download
Datasheet: Download
Installation Guide: Download
Quick Start Guide: Download
USB Host LAN (Local Area Network) RS-232 (Recommended Standard 232)

Retail price : $800.00

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Rigol DP832A programmable DC power supply offers the perfect characteristics at an affordable price: low ripple and noise level, high precision of voltage and current setting. Unique innovative graphical interface of Rigol DP832A power supply provides digital, analog and graphical forms of the parameters real-time displaying. You may control Rigol DP832A power supply output parameters as well as record the data for its further analysis. RIGOL DP832A power supply offers 3 outputs and up to 200 Watts in total. Built-in V, A, and W measurements make power monitoring easy. New digital triggering between instruments also makes it possible to reliably combine and connect RIGOL power supplies together.

RIGOL DP832A Features

  • 3 outputs
  • Low ripple & noise: <350 µVrms / 2 mVpp
  • Excellent linear regulation rate and load regulation rate
  • Transient response time: <50 µs
  • Standard OVP/OCP/OTP protection functions
  • Standard Timing function
  • Built-in V, A, W measurements and waveform display
  • Independent control for each channel
  • 3.5 inch TFT display
  • Connectivity: USB Host & Device, LAN, RS-232, Digital IO, USB-GPIB (optional)

Channels3
Output voltage (V)30
Output current (A)3
Output power200 W
InterfaceUSB Host, USB Device, LAN, RS-232

Specifications

DC Output (0°C to 40°C)
Channel Voltage / Current (Rated value) OVP/OCP (Max Range)
CH1
CH2
CH3
0 to 30V/0 to 3A
0 to 30V/0 to 3A
0 to 5V/0 to 3A
1mV to 33V/1mA to 3.3A
1mV to 33V/1mA to 3.3A
1mV to 5.5V/1mA to 3.3A

  • Load Regulation Rate ± (Output Percentage + Offset):
    Voltage: <0.01%+2mV
    Current: <0.01%+250µA
  • Linear Regulation Rate ± (Output Percentage + Offset):
    Voltage: <0.01%+2mV
    Current: <0.01%+250µA
  • Ripple and noise (20 Hz to 20 MHz):
    Normal mode voltage: <350µVrms/2mVpp
    Normal mode current: <2mArms

Annual Accuracy (*note 1) (25°C±5°C) ± (Output Percentage + Offset)
Channel Programming Readback
Voltage Current Voltage Current
CH1
CH2
CH3
0.05%+20mV
0.05%+20mV
0.1%+5mV
0.2%+5mA
0.2%+5mA
0.2%+5mA
0.05%+10mV
0.05%+10mV
0.1%+5mV
0.15%+5mA
0.15%+5mA
0.15%+5mA

Resolution
Channel Programming Readback Display
Voltage Current Voltage Current Voltage Current
CH1
CH2
CH3
1mV
1mV
1mV
1mA
1mA
1mA
0.1mV
0.1mV
0.1mV
0.1mA
0.1mA
0.1mA
1mV
1mV
1mV
1mA
1mA
1mA
  • Transient response time: Less than 50µs for output voltage to recover to within 15mV following a change in output current from full load to half load or vice versa.
  • Command processing time (*note 2): <118 ms
  • OVP/OCP: Accuracy ±(Output Percentage+Offset): 0.5%+0.5V/0.5%+0.5A
Voltage programming control speed (1% within the total variation range)
Channel Rise Fall
Full load No load Full load No load
CH1
CH2
CH3
<50ms
<50ms
<15ms
<33ms
<38ms
<14ms
<46ms
<46ms
<24ms
<400ms
<400ms
<100ms

Temperature coefficient per °C (Output Percentage + Offset)
Channel Voltage Current
CH1
CH2
CH3
0.01%+5mV
0.01%+5mV
0.01%+2mV
0.01%+2mA
0.01%+2mA
0.01%+2mA

Stability (*note 3)±(Output Percentage + Offset)
Channel Voltage Current
CH1
CH2
CH3
0.02%+2mV
0.02%+2mV
0.01%+1mV
0.05%+2mA
0.05%+2mA
0.05%+2mA

  • AC input (50Hz – 60Hz): 100Vac±10%, 115Vac±10%, 230Vac±10% (maximum 250Vac)
  • Max. power: 521VA
  • Cooling method: fan cooloing
  • Working temperature: 32°F to 104°F / 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -40°F to 158°F / -40°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: 5 % to 80% relative humidity
  • Dimensions: 9.4in x 6.2in x 16.5in / 239mm x 157mm x 418mm
  • Weight: 23.2lb / 10.5kg

*Note 1: the accuracy parameters are acquired via calibration under 25°C after 1-hour warm-up
*Note 2: the max. time required for the output to change accordingly after receiving the apply and source commands.
*Note 3: the variation of the output within 8 hours after 30 minute warm-up when the load circuit and environment temperature are constant.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I set the timer parameters when operating Rigol DP832A power supply?
  • How can I set the timer delay parameters when using Rigol DP832A power supply?

  • How can I set the timer parameters when operating Rigol DP832A power supply?

    Press “Timer” → “Timer Set” to enter the timer parameter setting interface as shown in the figure below. The channel currently selected is displayed in the status bar.

    You can press the channel selection keys at the front panel to switch the channel currently selected. This interface provides timer parameter preview; user can view the values on the current page of the timer parameter list (the horizontal axis denotes time and the vertical axis denotes voltage and current).

    You can set the timer parameters in the timer parameter setting interface following the steps below:

    1. To Set the Number of Output Groups
    2. To Set the Number of Cycles
    3. To Set the End State
    4. To Edit the Timer Parameters
    5. To Save and Read the Timer File

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    How can I set the timer delay parameters when using Rigol DP832A power supply?

    Press “Timer’ → “Delay Set” to enter the delay parameter setting interface as shown in the figure below. The channel currently selected is displayed in the status bar. Press the channel selection keys at the front panel to switch the channel currently selected. This interface provides delay parameter preview. User can view the values on the current page of the delay parameter list (high level indicates turning on the output and low level indicates turning off the output).

    You can set the delay parameters in the delay parameter setting interface following the steps below.

    1. To Set the Number of Output Groups
    2. To Set the Number of Cycles
    3. To Set the End State
    4. To Edit the Delay Parameters
    5. To Set the Stop Condition
    6. To Save and Read the Delay File


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