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Offline 0x00

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Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« on: January 15, 2017, 05:18:22 am »
Looking to get a power supply that I can do a bit of scripting with, most likely Ethernet (USB would be fine too).

Ideally I'm looking for something that's under $200 and has >2 outputs.

Any suggestions?
 

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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2017, 09:20:40 am »
Voltage? Current? Power?

My guess is that $200 is a bit on the low side for a programmable supply with 2 or more channels but it'll be interesting to see what others might come up with.

The Rigol DP832 will set you back $400 and the communication (USB and LAN) option/license is another $100 if you don't want to use the available keygen to unlock it yourself.
 

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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2017, 09:25:18 am »
Theres a nice kitset project being promoted right now on crowdsource and also in thsi forum
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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2017, 04:32:54 pm »
Theres a nice kitset project being promoted right now on crowdsource and also in thsi forum

The Rigol DP832 will set you back $400 and the communication (USB and LAN) option/license is another $100 if you don't want to use the available keygen to unlock it yourself.

The EEZ H24005 and Rigol DP832 are about the same price at ~$400, seems like the Rigol is a better deal for the specs?

Voltage? Current? Power?

I don't have any hard set requirements, it's for my home setup.
 

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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2017, 05:57:00 pm »
At the moment there are lots (loads) of GW Instek GPD-3303S programmable power supplies on Ebay. My target price is $35 but the current going price seems to be around $110.
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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2017, 06:02:57 pm »
The HZ H24005, looks like it would give you considerably more power, and the ability to get up to 80V if you wanted.

Theres a nice kitset project being promoted right now on crowdsource and also in thsi forum

The Rigol DP832 will set you back $400 and the communication (USB and LAN) option/license is another $100 if you don't want to use the available keygen to unlock it yourself.

The EEZ H24005 and Rigol DP832 are about the same price at ~$400, seems like the Rigol is a better deal for the specs?

Voltage? Current? Power?

I don't have any hard set requirements, it's for my home setup.
On a quest to find increasingly complicated ways to blink things
 

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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2017, 06:37:52 pm »
Theres a nice kitset project being promoted right now on crowdsource and also in thsi forum

The Rigol DP832 will set you back $400 and the communication (USB and LAN) option/license is another $100 if you don't want to use the available keygen to unlock it yourself.

The EEZ H24005 and Rigol DP832 are about the same price at ~$400, seems like the Rigol is a better deal for the specs?

Voltage? Current? Power?

I don't have any hard set requirements, it's for my home setup.
SPD3303X-E $389
http://www.siglentamerica.com/pdxx.aspx?id=1393&T=2&tid=17
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Re: Any decent power supplies with Ethernet? (Or USB)
« Reply #7 on: January 16, 2017, 04:41:12 pm »
Theres a nice kitset project being promoted right now on crowdsource and also in thsi forum

The Rigol DP832 will set you back $400 and the communication (USB and LAN) option/license is another $100 if you don't want to use the available keygen to unlock it yourself.

The EEZ H24005 and Rigol DP832 are about the same price at ~$400, seems like the Rigol is a better deal for the specs?

Voltage? Current? Power?

I don't have any hard set requirements, it's for my home setup.

Siglent SPD3303C is 289$

No ethernet, but USB

http://siglentamerica.com/pdxx.aspx?id=174&T=2&tid=17
 


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