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Operating Manual Internal APG (Analog Programming) Interface for XT/HPD Series Programmable DC Power Su...
Internal APG (Analog Programming) Interface for XT 60 Watt and HPD 300 Watt Series Programmable DC Power Supply
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Operating Manual for APG for XT/HPD Series Power Supply
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WHICH MIGHT ARISE OUT OF THE USE OF SUCH INFORMATION.
please note that this power supply is not intended for use in connection on Use with life support systems and Xantrex makes no warranty or representation in connection with any use of the product for such purposes.
Information Please record the following information when you first open your Power Supply About Your package: Power Model Number ______________________________________________ Supply Serial Number
Release Release 1.0 (2002-07)
Warnings Warnings and cautions are defined and formatted in this manual as shown below.
could result in injury or death.
could result in damage to data,
High energy levels can be stored at the output voltage terminals on a power supply in normal operation.
potentially lethal voltages exist in the power circuit and on the output and sense connectors of a power supply with a rated output greater than 40 V.
Filter capacitors store potentially dangerous energy for some time after power is removed.
use the power supply as specified in this manual and do not substitute parts or make any unauthorized modifications.
Contact the service technician for service and repair help.
Repairs must be made by experienced service technicians only.
Operating Manual for APG for XT/HPD Series Power Supply
About This Manual This manual is for the internal APG (Analog Programming) interface card for the XT and HPD Series DC output power supplies.
and configuration instructions which enable you to manage the power supply from an external source.
This manual is designed for the user who is familiar with basic electrical theory especially as it applies to the operation of power supplies.
This implies a recognition of Constant Voltage and Constant Current operation modes and the control of input and output power,
as well as the observance of safe techniques while effecting supply or pin connections and any changes in switch settings.
Refer to your power supply manual for installation,
and operating procedures for your power supply.
Main Sections Section 1 Features and Specifications Describes the power supply and lists its features and specifications.
Installation and Configuration
Features and Specifications Description The Analog Programming (APG) Interface is an internal option card for analog programming of XT and HPD Series DC power supplies with a 0-10Vdc programming source or a 0-10kΩ resistance.
A 25-pin female DSUB connector on the unit's rear panel enables connections to the card.
Programming output voltage and/or current limit using a 0-10Vdc programming source or a 0-10kΩ resistance.
Fixed programming of output voltage and/or current limit using an available 10V reference (10mA max source) 0-10V readback of output voltage and current with externally adjustable offset and range Status signals for programming mode,
and output fail flag Adjustable OVP with reset and flag TTL shutdown with selectable positive or negative logic Tracking for multiple supplies of the same output
3V to full output + 10%
Figure 3.1 Programming with a Fixed +10V Reference
Readback and Status Indicators Voltage and Voltage Readback Current • Connect a meter between J5 connector pin 19 (voltage readback) and either pin Readback 4 or 5 (program return).
Connect a meter between J5 connector pin 18 (current readback) and either pin 4 or 5 (program return).
The adjustments are independent of other power supply calibrations or adjustments such that APG readback can be zero and range calibrated without affecting other power supply parameters.
Operating • Mode Status
Connect voltmeter between J5 connector pin 9 (voltage/current limit mode indicator) and pin 6 (auxiliary ground).
Voltage Mode: active low open collector Current Mode: high impedance open collector
Remote Remote programming status is available via J5 connector pins 7 (remote voltage Programming program select) and 8 (remote current program select).
Reference to J5 connector at Status either pin 4 or 5 (program return).
HIGH=Local Front Panel Control Output Fail The Output Fail Flag (J5 connector pin 21) signal is HIGH (open collector) when any Flag one of the following conditions is true:
Sense line protect circuit is active (excessive load line drop or load line(s) not connected or fuse(s) in power supply blown).
Operation Overvoltage Protection (OVP)
Overvoltage Protection (OVP) The OVP circuit is designed to protect the load in the event of a remote programming error,
incorrect voltage control adjustment,
The protection circuit monitors the output and reduces the output voltage and current to zero whenever a preset voltage limit is exceeded.
a signal of nominal +10V through 10k will be present at pin J5-1.
When no OVP condition exists,
Setting the 1.
flat-bladed screwdriver through the OVP ADJ (OVP Adjust) hole Level in the front panel to turn the adjusting screw fully clockwise (one-turn screw).
Turn the voltage control knob to minimum.
Turn the POWER switch back ON and increase the voltage to check that the power supply shuts off the output at the set voltage.
Reset the OVP circuit after activation by removing the overvoltage condition and powering the unit OFF and back ON,
by momentarily activating the TTL remote shut down circuit.
See “TTL Shutdown” for information about shut down circuit operation.
Operation TTL Shutdown
TTL Shutdown TTL Shutdown allows the output of the power supply to be disabled by a logic level signal.
This input is optically isolated from the power supply output and will withstand a highpot test potential of 600Vac minimum.
When TTL shutdown is activated,
Connect the signal source between J5 connector pins 15 (TTL shutdown/positive) and 2 (TTL shutdown return/negative).
Set rear panel switch S1-1 (TTL shutdown) to ON (closed) to obtain positive logic (high signal enables output).
The factory-set default is switch OPEN for negative logic (high signal disables power supply output).
Notes:Minimum activation signal required: 2V at 500µA Maximum activation signal allowed : 25Vdc
Set slave unit rear panel switch S1-5 (remote voltage program select) and switch S1-6 (tracking select) to ON (closed).
or 24) to slave +OUT (J5 connector pins 10,
or 23) to slave voltage program input (J5 connector pin 17).
Set switch S2 on the slave unit's APG Interface PCB to the correct model number (factory preset).
Slave tracking can be calibrated by adjusting the unit's offset and range potentiometers.
the noise and ripple on the slave may increase.
if the master's output decreases due to current limit acting,
the output voltage of the slave will follow.
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