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Subject: Re: Power Ten power supplies
From: Steven Hartman <hartman@fel.duke.edu>
To: Deb Kerstiens <dkerstiens@lanl.gov>
Cc: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 10:07:56 -0400 (EDT)
On Thu, 27 May 2004, Deb Kerstiens wrote:

> Anyone out there using Power 10 power supplies?  If so, how did you
> interface them?  We're looking at an RS-232 server made by Quatech.

We had a large number of Power 10's in use, but have phased out most of
them in the last few years. We just used an external 16-bit DAC for
control and a SAM for readback, though the performance of the PS wasn't at
the 16-bit level. Our experience with the Power 10's was good
reliablility, but the performance wasn't up to our requirements,
particularly 60 Hz AC ripple.

-- 
Steve Hartman
hartman@fel.duke.edu || 919-660-2650
Duke Free Electron Laser Laboratory

References:
EPICS indexed by the FSF/UNESCO Free Software Directory Jeff Hill
Power Ten power supplies Deb Kerstiens

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