Instrument Fundamentals: Understanding Benchtop Power Supplies

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  • A DC power supply is a common instrument on an engineer’s workbench and provides direct current (DC) voltage to power a device under test.  In this webinar, a general overview of benchtop DC power supplies, and their most important features and functions will be discussed. Additional topics also covered in this webinar, are readback and remote sense, constant voltage, constant current, and series/parallel operations. We will also look at how some power supplies can be used at electronic loads and how some can simulate batteries.

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  • Date: 27 Sep 2022
  • Time: 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • Ajay Poddar (akpoddar@ieee.org), Edip Niver (edip.niver@njit.edu), Anisha Apte (anisha_apte@ieee.org)

  • Co-sponsored by IEEE North Jersey Section


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Paul Denisowski Paul Denisowski of Rohde & Schwarz

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Instrument Fundamentals: Understanding Benchtop Power Supplies

  • A DC power supply is a common instrument on an engineer’s workbench and provides direct current (DC) voltage to power a device under test.  In this webinar, a general overview of benchtop DC power supplies, and their most important features and functions will be discussed. Additional topics also covered in this webinar, are readback and remote sense, constant voltage, constant current, and series/parallel operations. We will also look at how some power supplies can be used at electronic loads and how some can simulate batteries.

Biography:

Paul Denisowski is a Product Management Engineer at Rohde & Schwarz North America and has over 25 years of experience in test and measurement. He previously held both field and R&D positions with HP/Agilent, Fujitsu, Alcatel, and Nortel. Paul has a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University, a Master’s degree in Germanic Languages from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, and was also a research fellow at the Tokyo Institute of Technology under a joint grant from the US National Science Foundation and the Japanese Ministry of Education.

Address:Rohde & Schwarz, , United States





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