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    20A 60V 1200W Variable Linear DC Power Supply

    1200W power rating variable DC power supply with 3 digit LED display, designed to regulate adjustable 0 to 20 amp and 0 to 60 volt outputs. Features high accuracy, low ripple, low noise, this adjustable DC power supply can be used in dual input voltage 110V or 220V AC (+/- 10%). With digital control capabilities, it ensures precision and ease of operation.
    SKU: ATO-DCPS6020
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    Adjustable linear DC power supplies often incorporate digital control interfaces, facilitating precise adjustments with user-friendly interfaces. Users can effortlessly set desired voltage levels and control amperage with accuracy, granting flexibility in powering diverse circuits or components.


    Model ATO-JK6020S
    Input Voltage 110V or 220V AC (+/- 10%)
    Output Voltage Range DC 0-60V
    Output Current Range 0-20A
    Output Power 1200W
    Frequency 50Hz/60Hz
    Output Type Dual
    Display 3 digit
    Display Accuracy ≤ ±0.1%+2d
    Voltage Display Resolution 100mV
    Current Display Resolution 10mA
    Efficiency >65%
    Voltage Regulation
    Load Regulation (CV) 1×10-5+8mV
    Line Regulation (CV) 1×10-5+3mV
    Ripple & Noise (P-P) 0.5mV
    Temperature Coefficient 300PPm/℃
    Current Regulation
    Load Regulation (CC) ≤5mA
    Line Regulation (CC) 2×10-5+3mA
    Temperature Coefficient 500PPm/℃
    Protection Over Load and Over Voltage Protection
    Recovery Time ≤100µs
    Operating Ambient 0℃ to + 40℃/ 85%RH
    Storage Ambient -10℃ to + 80℃/ 80%RH
    Warranty 12 Months
    Size 303 (L) x 255 (W) x 155 (H) mm
    Weight 12kg


    10A 20A 60V variable linear DC power supply detail

    Tips: Is there any difference between constant voltage (CV) and constant current (CC) modes?

    Yes, there is a fundamental difference between constant voltage (CV) and constant current (CC) modes in electronic systems. In CV mode, the power supply maintains a constant voltage output, ensuring that the voltage across the load remains constant regardless of changes in the load resistance. This mode is commonly used in applications where a stable voltage is crucial, such as powering electronic devices.

    On the other hand, CC mode maintains a constant current output, regulating the current flowing through the load. This is valuable in applications where maintaining a consistent current is essential, like in charging batteries. The choice between CV and CC modes depends on the specific requirements of the electronic circuit or device being powered, and some power supplies offer both modes to accommodate various applications.

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