Product Code: SKU883253
Availability: In Stock
$49.19
Ex Tax: $49.19

General Information:
 
The programmable Power supply offers constant Current and constant Voltage and combines both analog and digital technology in an integrated and advanced design.
The fully adjustable output ranges from 0-80.00V in 0.01V (10mV) steps and the fully adjustable Current Limited output ranges from 0-5.100A in 0.001A (1mA) steps.
The unit offers non-volatile power off parameter storage and 10 programmable preset memory Data Groups with a quick recall function for groups 1 and 2.
The digital control interface offers a comprehensive feature set not available on analog only power supplies. The keypad and rotary control offer simple input and selection of all required settings whilst the full colour LCD offers detailed display of the extensive but easily read information relating to system operation and performance. Items that can be displayed include a precision voltmeter and ammeter, preset Voltage, output Voltage, preset Current Limit, output Current, output Power and Data Group selection parameters and menus. Notification icons and text include indications such as output enabled or disabled, Constant Current or Constant Voltage mode of operation, abnormal condition warning, keypad locked or unlocked state and the Data Group in use. The Data Setting interface allows full adjustment of Over-Current, Over-Voltage and Over-Power protection values, Data Group settings and LCD brightness. The unit offers a technologically advanced design presented in a very compact size that is both visually appealing and easy to operate.

Technical parameters:

Input Voltage range: 10.00-90.00V                           
Output Voltage range: 0-80.00V
Output Current: 0-5.100A                                           
Output Power range: 0-408W   
Product Weight: 150g                                          
Display module size: 79*43*54(mm) (L*W*H)
Display module enclosure cutout size:  71mm*39mm 
Output Voltage resolution: 0.01V (10mV)        
Output Current resolution: 0.001A (1mA)
Output Voltage accuracy: ± (0.5% + 1 digit)       
Output Current accuracy: ± (0.5% + 2 digits)

Pay attention before you buy it:

1. There are 3 version, No communication version, communication + USB version,  communication + USB+ BT (bluetooth).
2. For no communication version, there is no commnunication program and hardware to support, not any communication function, can't be updated.

Note:

1. You must ensure that the input Voltage is at least 1.1 times higher than the output Voltage. 
2. When the unit mounted in an enclosure it is absolutely vital to ensure appropriate ventilation for heat dissipation. 
3. This is file for upper computer installation and software, you can download: http://www.mediafire.com/folder/i1766ch7ec97a/DPS8005_file

Connection details:

IN+  : Input positive              
IN - :  Input negative
OUT+: Output positive         
OUT- : Output negative
1. The input Voltage range is DC 10.00-80.00V. 80.00V DC is the maximum input Voltage limit. Always ensure an adequate safety margin and ensure that your OFF LOAD input supply Voltage does not exceed the maximum allowed. Failure to do so can result in considerable damage to the unit. 
2. Even though this module is designed with reverse polarity input protection and output short circuit protection you must still ensure that connections to the unit are in accordance with the connection details. If the Input Power Supply is connected to the output terminals then the unit will be severely damaged. 
3. The input must be DC Power only. AC or AC Mains supply 110 or 220V must NEVER under any circumstances be connected to this unit. Apart from the immediate and potentially fatal risk of electrocution this will cause major, irreparable damage to the unit. 

Panel description:

1. Voltage setting / Up Arrow / Shortcut to recall M1 Data Group. 
2. Data entry / Extract data from the specified Data Group / Store value into the specified Data Group. 
3. Current Limit setting / Down Arrow / Shortcut to recall M2 Data Group.
4. 1.44 inch full colour LCD screen. 
5. Rotary control / Data adjustment / Key lock.
6. Output On / Off. 

Display interface description:

7. The preset value of the output Voltage.
8. The actual value of the output Voltage.
9. The actual value of the output Current.
10. The actual value of the output Power.
11. The actual value of the input Voltage.
12. The preset value of the output Current Limit.
13. Keypad locked or unlocked prompt.
14. Normal or abnormal status prompt.
15. Constant Voltage or Constant Current status prompt. 
16. Data Group number in use prompt.
17. Output enabled or disabled prompt
18. Preset output Voltage.
19. Preset output Current Limit.
20. Preset Over-Voltage Limit.
21. Preset Over-Current Limit.
22. Preset Over-Power Limit.
23. Preset screen brightness level.
24. Preset Data Group number.
25. The actual value of the output Voltage and output Current.

Operating instructions:
When the unit is first powered on the Welcome screen is displayed followed shortly by the Main Interface screen. On the Main Interface screen the selected (SET) Voltage and Current Limit values are displayed on the top of the screen. When the output is enabled the actual real output Voltage, Current and Power are displayed in the large font. The actual input Voltage is displayed at the bottom of the screen. On the right side of the screen are icons and prompts indicating system status. These are: keypad lock state icon, abnormal output status icon, Constant Voltage / Constant Current icon, preset Data Group memory number (when selected) and output enabled / disabled icon.

Set the output Voltage and output Current Limit via the Main Interface.
 
Press V/↑key to enter the Voltage setting mode. The Voltage setting numeric value will be highlighted by the cursor. Press the rotary control to place the cursor at the required character of the numerical value you wish to change. Further presses of the rotary control will cycle through the characters available. Turning the rotary control clockwise increases the value and anticlockwise decreases the value.  Press V/↑again to exit. Alternatively, after 30 seconds of inactivity the setting mode will exit automatically.  Press A/↓to set the output Current Limit using the same procedure.

Set data values via the Data Setting Interface

Entering the Data Setting Interface

On the main interface press the SET key to enter the Data Setting Interface.

Set Voltage and Current Limit values

In the Data Setting Interface press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select U-SET (Voltage) or I-SET (Current Limit), and then set the output Voltage and output Current Limit in the same way as used in the main interface. Press the SET key to return to the menu options and press the SET key again to exit. 

Set the Protection Values.

Press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select S-OVP (Over-Voltage Protection), S-OCP (Over-Current Protection) or S-OPP (Over-Power Protection) limits. Press the rotary control to place the cursor at the required character of the numerical value you wish to change. Set the value required in the same way as used in the main interface. Press the SET key to return to the menu options and press the SET key again to exit.
When any of the protection value limits are reached the output will be automatically disabled.
These are the global system protection limits and should not be confused with preset Voltage and Current.

Adjust the Screen Brightness

Press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select B-LED, and then press the rotary control to highlight the brightness setting value. Turn the rotary control to adjust the brightness from 0 to 5 where 0 is the darkest and 5 is the brightest. Press the SET key to return to the menu options and press the SET key again to exit.

Data settings for each Data Group

Selecting the Data Group to edit

Press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select M-PRE, and then press the rotary control. Turn the rotary control to select the number of the Data Group you wish to view and edit. After completing the desired setting press and hold the SET key until the Data Group number is shown on the right hand side of the screen. Pressing the set key again returns to the Data Group menu options.

Selecting M-Pre ON / OFF

Press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select M-PRE, and then press the rotary control. Turn the rotary control to select the number of the Data Group you wish to view and edit then press the rotary control again to allow modification of the M-PRE option. Turn the rotary control to select either ON or OFF. When ON is selected it signifies that when the Data Group is recalled the state of the unit main output will remain the same as it was prior to the Data Group recall. When OFF is selected it signifies that when the Data Group is recalled the state of the unit main output will be set to OFF regardless of previous setting. Press and hold the SET key until the Data Group number is shown on the right hand side of the screen. The data value is now saved to the indicated Data Group number. Pressing the set key again returns to the Data Group menu options. To exit the Data Group menu press the set key again.

Adjust the selected DATA Group numerical values

To adjust any of the numerical values for the selected Data Group first use the V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select the item to change. Then press the rotary control and the numeric value will be highlighted by the cursor. Further presses of the rotary control will cycle through the characters available. Turning the rotary control clockwise increases the value and anticlockwise decreases the value. After setting the desired value press and hold the SET key until the Data Group number is shown on the right hand side of the screen. The data value is now saved to the indicated Data Group number. Pressing the set key again returns to the Data Group menu options. Repeat the above process for changing any of the other numerical values for the selected Data Group. To exit the Data Group menu press the set key again.

Selected Data Group output state at power on

Press V/↑or A/↓to step up or down through the menu options to select S-INI and then press the rotary control to allow modification of the S-INI option. Turn the rotary control to select either ON or OFF. Selecting ON means the device will Power on with the Output enabled. Selecting OFF means the device will Power on with the Output disabled. After selecting the desired setting press and hold the SET key until the Data Group number is shown on the right hand side of the screen. The data value is now saved. Pressing the set key again returns to the Data Group menu options. To exit the Data Group menu press the set key again. 

Other functions

Enable or Disable the Output.

At any time you can press the ON/OFF key to enable or disable the Output.

Locking the keypad to avoid accidental operation.

The keypad operation can be disabled to avoid accidental operation and unwanted changes. At any time you can simply press and hold the rotary control for more than 3 seconds to either lock or unlock all keys. The status of the key lock will be displayed at all times via the lock icon on the right side of the screen. Keypad locked is indicated by a closed padlock. Keypad unlocked is indicated by an open padlock.

M0-M9 Data Groups

M0 Data Group

The M0 Data Group is a special case. It is the power default Data Group. It should be noted that any time an alternative Data Group is selected or any changes made to the existing settings then M0 will be immediately overwritten with the newly selected data. In effect, M0 is always a real-time duplicate of the currently selected Data Group and data values. It is also the data-set that will be saved at power off and recalled at next power on. This happens automatically and transparently with no input necessary from the user.

Shortcut keys to select and recall M1 or M2 Data Group

From the main interface, press and hold V/↑or A/↓for more than 3 seconds to quickly recall the M1 or M2 Data Group. The corresponding Data Group number will displayed on the right of the screen. The M1 and M2 Data Groups are ideal choices for commonly used settings due to the quick recall function. 

Select and recall any specific Data Group.

From the main interface, press and hold the SET key more than 3 seconds, M0 will be displayed on the right side of the screen. Turning the rotary control allows selection of the required Data Group (M1 to M9). To activate the selected Data Group press the SET key. 

Packge included:

1 x RUIDENG DPS8005 Programmable Constant Voltage Current Step-down Power Supply Module


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