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66xxA, E363xA and E364xA: Can Agilent Power Supplies Sink Current?
Yes! Sinking, or down-programming, is the ability to pull current into the positive terminal of a power supply.

FAQ 2012-12-07

Why some bench power supply comes with yellow label stating 100V ONLY or 115V ONLY?
The main purpose of the yellow label (as shown below) is to caution customer ...

FAQ 2010-09-20

What is the settling time for the E364xA supplies?
For the E364xA series, Settling Time is defined as the maximum time required for the output voltage to change from 1% to 99% (or vice versa) following receipt of a VOLTage or APPLy command from the GPIB or RS-232 interface. The settling time is <...

FAQ 2010-09-08

When will Agilent USB modular instruments and USB Modular DAQs supports Windows 7?
For 32 bit Windows 7, the supportability of modular instruments and DAQs will happen...

FAQ 2010-07-18

Is there any variations in up/down-programming times from channel to channel in E3646A, E3647A, E3648A and E3649A?
Channel to channel up/down-programming variations time is less than 30ms

FAQ 2009-08-06

Does the Agilent Measurement Manager (AMM) run on Window Vista operating system?
Yes. The Agilent Measurement Manager (AMM) rev. and above will able to run on Windows Vista ...

FAQ 2009-06-10

Does the Agilent Measurement Manager (AMM) support regional language settings other than English (US)?
Yes, the Agilent Measurement Manager (AMM) supports regional language settings other than English (US)….

FAQ 2009-01-12

How much internal memory is available to the user in the E363xA and E364xA power supplies?
The E3631A, E3632A, E3633A and E3634A have 3 non-volatile recall states for the output parameters, each of which can store the voltage, current limit and over-voltage protection setting.

FAQ 2008-09-23

66xxA and E36xxA: Programmable Current Sinking
In general, current sinking is a fixed value at some percentage of the full scale current output. However, there is an exception for one series of Agilent power supplies. On the 663xB series, the maximum negative current tracks the value programme...

FAQ 2008-09-22

Do the E364xA power supplies have fan cooling?
Yes. The fan speed in the E364xA series supplies is controlled automatically for reduced acoustic noise when the ambient temperature and power supply load is such that the full cooling capability is not required.

FAQ 2008-09-22

66xxA and E36xxA: P-P Voltage Noise Versus RMS Noise
Both Vp-p and Vrms are measures for the unwanted AC components of a DC power supply output. Peak-to-peak noise is measured from the maximum positive point on the waveform to the most negative voltage point.

FAQ 2008-09-22

What are the units used when setting the current slew rate in the electronic loads from the front panel and over the GPIB?
For the N3300A series electronic loads, all slew rate entries from the front panel or over the GPIB are done in the units of amperes per second (A/s).

FAQ 2006-04-11

60xxA, 66xxA and 663xx: Transient Current Overshoots above the Current Limit Setting for Power...
Transient Current Overshoots above the current limit setting for power

FAQ 2005-02-14

661xC and 663xB: Power Supply Output Transition Time

FAQ 2002-06-27

66xxA, 68xxB, E36xxA and N330xA: Power Supply Cooling Requirements

FAQ 2002-06-27

605xA and 606xB: Determining Accuracy in CR Mode

FAQ 2002-06-27

605xB and 606xB: Electronic Loads Constant Resistance Resolution

FAQ 2002-06-27

68xxA: Watts, VA, Power Factor, Efficiency

FAQ 2002-06-27

68xxA and 68xxB: Why Are the Required Watts and VA So Different?

FAQ 2002-06-27

606xB and 6050xA: Using Electronic Loads Below 3 Volts

FAQ 2002-06-27

661xC and 663xB: Current Measurement Range

FAQ 2002-06-27

66xxA: Power Supplies with Inductive Loads

FAQ 2002-06-27

66xxA, 68xxB and N330xA: Power Products Memory

FAQ 2002-06-27

68xxA/B: DC Voltages from an AC Source

FAQ 2002-06-27