Using 30V variable output DC Regulated Power Supplies (RPS-3005-2 or RPS-3005-3) for 60V output supply

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Serial Output converted to single output - Metravi RPS-3005-2 RPS-3005-3 DC Regulated Power Supply can generate 60V output - the same as RPS-6005

Using 30V variable output DC Regulated Power Supplies (RPS-3005-2 or RPS-3005-3) for 60V output supply

The Metravi RPS-3005-2 and RPS-3005-3 are DC Regulated Power Supplies with 2 and 3 variable outputs, respectively, and one fixed output.

The variable outputs are capable of delivering output from 0-30V and 0-5A individually or 0-60V and 0-5A in series and 0-30V and 0-10A in parallel mode.

To get an output of 0-60V and 0-5A in series mode, the positive terminal of the first channel will have to be shorted to the negative output of the second channel, and the push buttons are to be set in the configuration as shown on the device image below.

The same is also mentioned in the manual and we suggest to go through the manual before operating the device.

The Metravi RPS series include two way and three way DC regulated power supply. Three way have high accuracy output of which two way are adjustable and one way is fixed. The two adjustable outputs can be selected for constant voltage C V or constant current C C ,designed in high stability and performance circuit In constant voltage operation mode the output voltage can be arbitrarily adjusted from 0V on in the nominal range In constant current operation mode the output current can be adjusted from 0A on in the nominal range.
The two outputs can be connected in parallel or in series while the master adjust controls the voltage and current setting The fixed output voltage is 5V. This output features good stability and low ripple along with overload e g short circuit protection. The unit features small size and excellent performance combined with an elegant design being ideal for research university industry and appliance maintenance laboratories.

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