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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-05-09 (UTC)

AC0DS

Power Supplies

207-151-19-72.skybeam.com

Agilent E3630A Lab Power Supply - Sold!

Finishing up on closing down my lab, I
have for sale my favorite bench power
supply, an Agilent E3630A. This is in
absolutely mint condition. I purchased it
new from Agilent in Dec 2007 and it has
been in my non-smoking lab since.
Purchase includes line cord, all original
documentation, documentation CD,
printed manual, certificate of calibration
and original Agilent shipping box. This
supply is still in current production by
Agilent and sells new for $644. See
Agilent website for details.

This supply has three outputs. 0 to 6V
adjustable at 2.5A, and +/- 20V
adjustable at 0.5A. There is a tracking
ratio control if you want different + and -
voltages but still a constant tracking ratio.
Excellent overload protection. Accurate
digital metering of voltage and current on
all outputs. This is a linear supply with
great ripple and noise performance. It is
an ideal supply to use for circuit
development. Very flexible and a joy to
use.

One big plus that this supply offers that
doesn't show up in the data sheet is that
it is completely quiet. No acoustic noise.
I've purchased and then sold other
expensive bench supplies (including a
later model Agilent) because even when
they were at no load or low load the fan
noise was noticeable and irritating. Not
so with this one.


Price is $250 plus UPS Ground Shipping.
PayPal only, please. Photos by request.

Insured ground UPS shipping will be
between $20 and $30 in the CONUS
depending on your distance from
Colorado. Include your zip code with
your email and I will provide the shipping
cost.

73 Craig AC0DS

This was marked by the originator on 2013-05-09 (UTC) as being sold.

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