Power Supplies

A power supply generates electricity for devices, systems, or loads, with AC and DC power supplies serving distinct purposes. AC power supplies are vital for current measurement in electrical systems, ensuring current limitation, fault shutdown, and energy storage for emergencies. DC power supplies deliver a constant current, crucial for systems reliant on DC energy or undergoing DC energy conversion. Explore our collection featuring top manufacturers such as Keithley, Keysight and more.

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AC Power Supplies

- Function: Measure current in electrical systems, limiting current drawn by loads, shutting off current during faults, and storing emergency energy.

DC Power Supplies

- Consistent Current: Provide a stable current output, vital for systems requiring or converting DC energy.

Loads in Electrical Systems

- Definition: A load, or electrical load, is an energy receiver often integrated into circuits to test devices' electrical properties.
- Test and Measurement Industry: Loads simulate interactions within a system, predicting how sources and other loads respond to variable currents.
- AC Loads: Devices receiving alternating-current (AC) electrical power.
- DC Loads: Instruments receiving direct current (DC) from a source.

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