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Bel Power Solutions Announces TSR10 Series 10kW High Power DC Programmable Laboratory Power Supply

3U, 19” Rack-Mounted Power Supply Delivers Clean and Stable DC Power

Bel Power Solutions announces the TSR10, a robust, high power 10 kW, DC programmable laboratory power supply. The TSR10 is a 3U, 19” rack mounted precision power supply which delivers clean and stable DC power, with operation allowed on any load from short- to open-circuit and constant voltage / constant current auto crossover. Easy to use, the TSR10 is ideal for testing in laboratories and for general industrial purposes, including research, component device testing, automated systems, aerospace and satellite testing.

The TSR10 has a 3-phase input voltage of 360 – 440 VAC power supply with adjustable DC output voltage between 0.5 V and 50 V, and output current between 0.5 A and 200 A. The front panel display contains settings for monitoring output voltage and current, including adjustable overvoltage, adjustable overcurrent, short circuit and feedback voltage proof, overtemperature (OTP), safe/auto start, front panel lock and phase loss detection.

Product Page:  https://belfuse.com/product-detail/power-solutions-ac-dc-enclosed-high-power-TSR10-series

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