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re: Optimizing power supply for test applications
WKetel   5/31/2013 2:09:44 AM
It is certainly correct that paying for more capacity than you are likely to need is an economically unsound choice. So if a power supply with the huperbolic output characteristics is adequate, and less expensive, then it could b the best choice. I find noise and stability to be the critical parameters that I need to consider, rather than the price.

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