|Auto range selection with 320W output
|4 digit displays of voltage and current.
|Remote Programmable via USB
|Waveform generator with cycle periods running
|3 users defined V & I panel presets for frequent use
|Universal AC input
A conventional power supply has a set max. voltage and a set max current such that all the operating V & A must fall inside these limits. For example a 20V max. and 16A max. power supply with 320W can only supply voltage and current within the above two limits of V & I. If you want to have 40V with smaller current (4A) or 10A with lower voltage (14V) you need to buy another power supply.
This completely new designed laboratory grade power supply differs from the conventional power supply by calculating and changing the voltage and current limit points according to the available max. power.
So the max limits of the voltage and current are changeable according to the rated power. In the above example, with the constant-power supply can give 16V max. with 20A max. or 42V with 8A max and etc. The combinations of max. V and I are greatly increased and so is the range of operational limits as shown in the hyperbolic graph of max. power voltageampere.
The key benefit is clear, it saves money as one constant-power power supply can do the work of a few conventional power supplies
Tablet PC becomes popular. MANSON thinks this will be a common platform for remote control console.
MANSON prepares an application in iPad/Android for Power Supply remote control and Digital Power Meter remote monitoring.
To enable MANSON USB ready devices to being managed in this platform, we use Raspberry Pi technology to make the connection happen.
You can connect Manson Power Supply and DPM with USB port to Raspberry Pi B+ model. Then they can be remotely controlled through TCP/IP network from iPad/Android.
To enable this feature, it just needs two things.
1. Driver to run in Raspberry Pi. It can be downloaded in this page
2. iPad or Android apps. Search Manson Power Supply in Google Play or App store.
Please follow instruction in file to configure driver in Raspberry Pi