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Equipment/Weir 460 Power Supply

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Weir power supply
Weir psu.jpg
Model Unknown
Sub-category Test equipment
Last updated 25 August 2014 12:12:19
Consumables Unknown
Accessories Unknown
Training requirement no
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner Unknown
Origin Unknown
Location Ground floor, general circulation area, on the shelves next to the electronics bench

We have a Weir 460 Power Supply, it has an analogue meter on it and can supply up to 60V DC. It currently lives on the shelves by the electronics bench on the ground floor.

There is a manual and technical information on it there


  • Output: 0-60V at 0-1A DC
  • Line Regulation: <0.02% of output for 10% line voltage change
  • Load Regulation: <0.05% of output for 10% load change
  • Ripple and Noise: <2mV peak-to-peak
  • Output Impedance: <15mΩ at kHz
  • Temperature Coefficient: <0.02%/ deg C typically at 23 degrees
  • Transient Response: <45 usec to <50mV of setting for full load step change.
  • Current limit: Adjustable from 110% of full load current to zero.
  • Meter ranges: 0-20V, 0-60V, 0-0.3A, 0-1A
  • Operating temperature range: 0-45 degrees C
  • Dimensions: 180mm x 153 mm x 255mm
  • Weight 4.5 kg approximately