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K3218 • Dual Tracking 0-19V Power Supply Kit


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  • $229.95
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(Silicon Chip Magazine June 2010) This linear bench supply can deliver up to 1.6A from positive & negative outputs with a range of 0-19V. It has adjustable current limiting for both outputs and can display the voltage or current for either rail. Plus a fixed 5V 750mA output for powering digital logic ICs and microcontrollers.

Low noise and ripple
Precision LED readout
Load regulation 0.1%

Important Note For Kit Buyers:
This product is supplied in component form and requires soldering, drilling, and assembly. We recommend users are familiar with at least basic electronic principles and have the ability to solder.

Why buy an Altronics Kit?
Altronics kits are premium do-it-yourself projects designed to be assembled with ease. However, basic electronics knowledge and soldering skills are essential to construct our kits. A difficulty rating is provided to help determine if your ability is sufficient to build the kit project. Please note, once assembly has been commenced we are unable to honor any warranty claims. Please see the full details here.


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  • Hi. Apparently, there are 2 versions of this kit: mains powered and plug-pack powered. Which one is this? Also, do you have one (mains powered, if you stock both) available for immediate send out? Thanks & regards, Mike

    Hi Mike, ours is the SILICON CHIP JUNE 2010 edition. It uses an M6674L mains transformer. We have them in stock. Regards Dean