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What is cheapest 250V voltage source?

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makarov
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What is cheapest 250V voltage source?

Post by makarov » July 29th, 2011, 10:06 am

Hi,

We need a computer-programmable voltage source for the lab, voltage range 0-250 V (higher voltages are okay, we just don't need them) at load current at least 1-2 mA, voltage programmable from computer with at least 0.1 V resolution, computer interfaces RS-232 or GPIB (USB not suitable, unless you supply excellent USB drivers for Ubuntu Linux which is what we use on the computer).

You make many instruments that can be used as a high-voltage source with parameters fitting the above specs. Can you please list 2-3 cheapest instruments of these? I'd be glad if you also email me quick-quote U.S. prices for them. Hope for a quick answer. Thanks. [email protected]

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Re: What is cheapest 250V voltage source?

Post by Dale C » August 1st, 2011, 6:48 am

Europe will handle this one.

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