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Power Supply Long Term Stability
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on Mar 7, 2011
on Mar 7, 2011 by StevenLee
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I'm trying to specify a power supply to be used in a test where I want the output to change less than 10mV over 48 hours but I don't see anything in the power supply specs I've looked at that speaks to this. What should I be looking for?
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Mar 7, 2011 9:37 PM
I would say there are two things that you want to look for. They are:
You want to find something with with a low programming resolution and at the same time, with an accuracy offset of less than 10mV. The N6762A seems to the lowest programming resolution and best programming accuracy in all the power supply offerings. Take look at the specs online for that model and see if that meets your meets.
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