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Keysight 6683A Power Supply, 32 V, 160 A,
5120 W. high performance DC Power Supply offers speed and accuracy for test optimization.
The single output, 5000 W, GPIB enabled 6683A provides low output ripple and noise;
selectable compensation for inductive loads; analog control of output voltage and current;
and fan-speed control to minimize acoustic noise.
Tektronix PS2521G Power Supply, Triple, 6 V,
5 A / (2x) 20 V, 2.5 A. versatile triple output power supply suitable
for many applications. A single supply providing a maximum of 6V and 5A and two supplies
providing a maximum of 20 V and 2.5 A. The Tektronix PS2521G Power Supply can
be operated in one of three modes: independent, series or parallel. In the independent
Magna-Power TSD600-72 Power Supply, 600 V,
72 A, 45 kW. combines the best of DC power processing with microprocessor embedded
control. Magna-Power Electronics' innovative power processing technology improves response,
shrinks package size, and reduces cost. The Magna-Power TS Series power supplies are
current-fed and are more tolerant to abusive loads than conventional switching power
supplies. This technology allows the power supply to operate under short-circuit ...
Keithley 2268-20-42 DC Power Supply, 20 V,
42 A, 850 W. For large power systems that require multiple power supplies,
up to 30 Series 2268 supplies can be controlled through a single interface by linking
all the supplies together through their RS-485 interfaces. That allows controlling all
the supplies through a master unit, which can use any of the five standard PC interfaces.
This feature makes easy to manage multiple power supplies in a single system. Additionally
to the main output power, 2268-20-42 offers two auxiliary outputs, 15 V output and
a 5 V output, for signaling and control tasks, such as to ...
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At Axiom Test
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equipment rental, test equipment sales, and test equipment repair. These examples of
test equipment specials are a very small sample of our extensive stock available for
rental or for purchase. Axiom Test Equipment can also perform repair and calibration
of your gear. Contact us today with your needs.
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Get equipment without a capital budget
Tax benefits - the expense of a rental can be deducted immediately
Protects you against product obsolescence
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Save time and money on maintenance costs (which are the responsibility of the rental
About Axiom Test Equipment
Get Exactly What You Need. Rent - Buy -
Repair - Trade-In
Established in 2005, Axiom Test Equipment strives to continually improve itself and
offer the best value for its customers. We offer our customers several practical, efficient
and cost effective solutions for their business or projects' test equipment needs. Whether
you need to rent &
buy test equipment,
repair test equipment, sell or trade equipment, we are committed to providing superior
customer service and high quality electronic test equipment.
At Axiom Test Equipment we provide several services. We
test and measurement equipment. We also sell test equipment. If you have a piece
of malfunctioning or broken test equipment we also have an in-house repair lab. For anyone
seeking a way to offload their surplus or obsolete equipment, we offer a trade-in program
or we can buy the equipment from you.
We stock a comprehensive inventory of equipment and can use our extensive network
to find you those hard to get items. We believe in getting equipment to you quickly and
at a competitive price.
Axiom Test Equipment 2610 Commerce Way Vista, CA 92081 Phone:
(760) 806-6600 Web: www.axiomtest.com
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