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Old 20th January 2014, 07:10 AM   #1
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Exclamation HPA-nxVolt One - Low Voltage Version

Hi Anthony,

its a great idea to sell the HPA-nxVolt One also as low voltage version!

Now you have two great small adjustable regulators with Positive and Negative rails,
providing a well regulated output at any voltage setting and with a ripple rejection
of around -80dB and a low dropout voltage of 5.0 volts dc.

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HPA-nxVolt One standard: +-38 volts to +-90 volts / up to 200mA continuously

HPA-nxVolt One low voltage: +-9 volts to +-21 volts / up .......mA continuously

Could you add the useable continously current for the LV Version?

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Old 20th January 2014, 10:10 PM   #2
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Hi Oliver

Sure, the low voltage version can handle output currents as high as 1 Amp continuous.


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