According to the working mode of the programmable power supply, it can be mainly divided into four categories: constant voltage output mode, constant current output mode, series mode, parallel mode and the like.The constant voltage output mode means that the output of the current changes with the load in order to keep the output voltage constant.
The constant current output mode means that the output of the voltage changes with the load in order to keep the output current stable.
In series mode, the line is in series mode, and the currents of all devices in the line are equal;
Parallel mode means that the currents of the lines add up to be equal to the total current when the voltages are the same.
Programmable power supplies have many functions, such as tracking, sensing, arbitrary waveform, modulation, and so on.In some programmable power supplies, we implant some inter-channel linkage function,it's tracking function. When our pre-set voltage is consistent with the voltage it is circulating, the system will work normally, but when The circulating voltage fluctuates up and down, and when it fluctuates to the preset limit, it will automatically feed back to the equipment, and the equipment will make corresponding power-off measures.Induction means that in order to keep the voltage of the load stable, we load the voltage through the wire on the load. For a more efficient output power supply, it is equal to the sum of the line voltage drop and the required load voltage.Arbitrary waveform refer to the ability of some programmable power supplies to have arbitrary waveform editing that can change waveform over time. Modulation refers to some programmable power supplies that can be modulated by the terminals on the rear panel regardless of the power.