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Output Isolation & Voltage Reversal Relay | N673xB

Output Isolation & Voltage Reversal Relay | N673xB
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LXinstruments GmbH OTP2-Module-No096 Output Disconnect Relay / Keysight Must be used for any... more
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LXinstruments GmbH OTP2-Module-No096
Output Disconnect Relay / Keysight
Must be used for any N673xB 50 W module (power supply module) that requires disconnection, option 760

The output isolating relay and output isolating/reversing relay

The N6700 modules can be ordered individually with optional output isolating relays (option 761) or output isolating/reversing relays (option 760). See the table on page 16 for the availability of options 760 and 761. Although the positive and negative rails of the output network are physically separated from the output terminals in options 760 and 761, a small AC network is still connected üacross the positive and negative output terminals.

In Option 760, output isolation/polarity reversal relay, mechanical relays switch the lines on both the positive and negative sides of the power supply, including the test leads, resulting in a reversal of the voltage polarity at the prüfling. In addition to the polarity reversal, option 760 provides the same output isolation function as option 761.

LXinstruments GmbH was founded in 2006 as a solution provider for all issues relating to instruments and systems in electronic measurement technology. Our systems are mainly based on the LXI standard (Lan based Extensions for Instrumentation), an open industry standard. The portfolio was gradually expanded to include the sale of electronic test & measurement instruments and components and products developed in-house.

Our sister company, bsw TestSystems & Consulting, was integrated into the company in 2009. With its specialisation in RF solutions, it primarily supports the semiconductor and telecommunications industry as well as university and research institutions.