DC Power Supply
GPD-3303/GPD-3303S
USER MANUAL
GW INSTEK PART NO. 82PD-36060M0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Command List...................................... 38
Command Details ................................ 39
Table of Contents
FAQ ................................................................................ 44
SAFETY INSTRUCTION ..................................................... 5
OVERVIEW ........................................................................ 9
Introduction........................................... 9
Series Lineup / Main Features ............. 11
Principle of Operation.......................... 12
Front Panel Overview ........................... 14
Rear Panel Overview ............................ 17
CV/CC Crossover Characteristics ......... 18
APPENDIX ...................................................................... 45
Fuse Replacement ................................ 45
Specifications ...................................... 46
Declaration of Conformity .................... 48
INDEX............................................................................. 49
SETUP............................................................................. 19
Power Up ............................................. 19
Load Cable Connection ........................ 20
Output On/Off..................................... 21
Beep On/Off ........................................ 21
Front Panel Lock .................................. 22
OPERATION .................................................................... 23
CH1/CH2 Independent Mode .............. 23
CH3 Independent Mode ....................... 25
CH1/CH2 Tracking Series Mode........... 27
CH1/CH2 Tracking Parallel Mode ........ 32
SAVE/RECALL SETUP ...................................................... 34
Save Setup ........................................... 34
Recall Setup ......................................... 35
REMOTE CONTROL ........................................................ 36
Remote Control Setup .......................... 36
Command Syntax ................................. 37
Error Messages .................................... 37
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
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Safety Guidelines
SAFETY INSTRUCTION
General
Guideline
CAUTION
This chapter contains important safety instructions
that you must follow when operating the GPD3303 series and when keeping it in storage. Read
the following before any operation to insure your
safety and to keep the best condition for the GPD3303 series.
Safety Symbols
These safety symbols may appear in this manual or on the GPD-3303
series.
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Do not place any heavy object on the GPD-3303
series.
•
Avoid severe impacts or rough handling that
leads to damaging the GPD-3303 series.
•
Do not discharge static electricity to the GPD3303 series.
•
Do not block or obstruct the cooling fan vent
opening.
•
Do not perform measurement at circuits directly
connected to Mains (see note below).
•
Do not disassemble the GPD-3303 series unless
you are qualified as service personnel.
(Measurement categories) EN 61010-1:2001 specifies the
measurement categories and their requirements as follows. the
GPD-3303 series falls under category I.
WARNING
Warning: Identifies conditions or practices that
could result in injury or loss of life.
CAUTION
Caution: Identifies conditions or practices that
could result in damage to the GPD-3303 series or
to other properties.
• Measurement category II is for measurement performed on the
circuits directly connected to the low voltage installation.
DANGER High Voltage
• Measurement category I is for measurements performed on
circuits not directly connected to Mains.
• Measurement category IV is for measurement performed at the
source of low-voltage installation.
• Measurement category III is for measurement performed in the
building installation.
Power Supply
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AC Input voltage: 100V/120V/220V/230V
±10%, 50/60Hz
•
Connect the protective grounding conductor of
the AC power cord to an earth ground, to avoid
electrical shock.
•
Fuse type: 100V/120V: T6.3A/250V,
220V/230V: T3.15A/250V
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Make sure the correct type of fuse is installed
before power up.
Attention Refer to the Manual
WARNING
Protective Conductor Terminal
Fuse
Earth (ground) Terminal
WARNING
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
Cleaning the
GPD-3303 series
Operation
Environment
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•
To ensure fire protection, replace the fuse only
with the specified type and rating.
•
Disconnect the power cord before fuse
replacement.
•
Make sure the cause of fuse blowout is fixed
before fuse replacement.
Power cord for the United Kingdom
•
Disconnect the power cord before cleaning.
When using the GPD-3303 series in the United Kingdom, make sure
the power cord meets the following safety instructions.
•
Use a soft cloth dampened in a solution of mild
detergent and water. Do not spray any liquid.
•
Do not use chemicals or cleaners containing
harsh products such as benzene, toluene, xylene,
and acetone.
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Storage
environment
Relative Humidity: < 80%
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Altitude: < 2000m
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Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
Location: Indoor
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Relative Humidity: < 70%
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Temperature: −10°C to 70°C
NOTE: This lead/appliance must only be wired by competent persons
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: The wires in this lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green/ Yellow:
Location: Indoor, no direct sunlight, dust free,
almost non-conductive pollution (note below)
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Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live (Phase)
As the colours of the wires in main leads may not correspond with the colours
marking identified in your plug/appliance, proceed as follows:
(Pollution Degree) EN 61010-1:2001 specifies the pollution degrees
and their requirements as follows. the GPD-3303 series falls under
degree 2.
Pollution refers to “addition of foreign matter, solid, liquid, or
gaseous (ionized gases), that may produce a reduction of dielectric
strength or surface resistivity”.
• Pollution degree 1: No pollution or only dry, non-conductive
pollution occurs. The pollution has no influence.
• Pollution degree 2: Normally only non-conductive pollution
occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary conductivity caused
by condensation must be expected.
• Pollution degree 3: Conductive pollution occurs, or dry, nonconductive pollution occurs which becomes conductive due to
condensation which is expected. In such conditions, equipment
is normally protected against exposure to direct sunlight,
precipitation, and full wind pressure, but neither temperature
nor humidity is controlled.
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The wire which is coloured Green & Yellow must be connected to the Earth
terminal marked with the letter E or by the earth symbol or coloured Green or
Green & Yellow.
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter N or coloured Blue or Black.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal marked
with the letter L or P or coloured Brown or Red.
If in doubt, consult the instructions provided with the equipment or contact the
supplier.
This cable/appliance should be protected by a suitably rated and approved HBC
mains fuse: refer to the rating information on the equipment and/or user
instructions for details. As a guide, cable of 0.75mm2 should be protected by a 3A
or 5A fuse. Larger conductors would normally require 13A types, depending on
the connection method used.
Any moulded mains connector that requires removal /replacement must be
destroyed by removal of any fuse & fuse carrier and disposed of immediately, as
a plug with bared wires is hazardous if a engaged in live socket. Any re-wiring
must be carried out in accordance with the information detailed on this label.
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OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the GPD-3303 series in a
nutshell, including its main features and front /
rear panel introduction. After going through the
overview, follow the Setup chapter (page19) to
properly power up and set operation environment.
Introduction
Overview
GPD-3303/GPD-3303S, the regulated DC power
supply series, are light weight, adjustable,
multifunctional work stations. They have three
independent outputs: two with adjustable voltage
level and one with fixed level selectable from 2.5V,
3.3V and 5V. The GPD-3303 series can be used for
logic circuits where various output voltage or
current are needed, and for tracking mode
definition systems where plus and minus voltages
with insignificant error are required.
Independent /
The three output modes of GPD-3303 series,
Tracking Series / independent, tracking series, and tracking parallel,
Tracking Parallel can be selected through pressing the TRACKING
switch on the front panel. In the independent
mode, the output voltage and current of each
channel are controlled separately. The isolation
degree, from output terminal to chassis or from
output terminal to output terminal, is 300V. In the
tracking modes, both the CH1 and CH2 outputs
are automatically connected in series or parallel;
no need to connect output leads. In the series
mode, the output voltage is doubled; in the
parallel mode, the output current is doubled.
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Constant Voltage/ Except for CH3, each output channel is completely
Constant Current transistorized and well-regulated, and works in
constant voltage (CV) or constant current (CC)
mode. Even at the maximum output current, a
fully rated, continuously adjustable output voltage
is provided. For a big load, the power supply can
be used as a CV source; while for a small load, a
CC source. When in the CV mode (independent or
tracking mode), output current (overload or short
circuit) can be controlled via the front panel. When
in the CC mode (independent mode only), the
maximum (ceiling) output voltage can be
controlled via the front panel. The power supply
will automatically cross over from CV to CC
operation when the output current reaches the
target value. The power supply will automatically
cross over from CC to CV when the output voltage
reaches the target value. For more details about
CV/CC mode operation, see page18.
Automatic
tracking mode
The front panel display (CH1, CH2) shows the
output voltage or current. When operating in the
tracking mode, the power supply will
automatically connect to the auto- tracking mode.
Dynamic load
When used in audio production lines, the power
supply will provide a continuous or dynamic load
connector. When the connectors are connected to
the position “ON”, a stable DC current power will
be provided for audio power amplifiers.
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OVERVIEW
Series Lineup / Main Features
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Principle of Operation
Overview
Series Lineup
The power supply consists of the following.
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AC input circuit
Model
Output
V Meter
A Meter
USB
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Transformer
GPD-3303
0~30Vx2, 0~3Ax1
3 digit
3 digit
No
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GPD-3303S
0~30Vx2, 0~3Ax1
5 digit
4 digit
Yes
Bias power supply including rectifier, filter,
pre-regulator and reference voltage source
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Main regulator circuit including the main
rectifier and filter, series regulator, current
comparator, voltage comparator, reference
voltage amplifier, remote device and relay
control circuit
Main Features
Performance
Operation
Protection
Interface
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Low noise: Cooling fan controlled by Heatsink
temperature)
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Compact size, light weight
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Constant voltage / Constant current operation
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Tracking Series / Tracking parallel operation
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Output On/Off control
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3 outputs: 30V/3A x 2, 2.5V/3.3V/5V/3A x 1
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Digital panel control
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4 pairs of panel setup save/recall
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Coarse and fine Voltage/Current control
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Software calibration
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Buzzer output
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Key lock function
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Overload protection
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Reverse polarity protection
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USB for remote control (only for the GPD-3303S)
The block diagram below shows the circuit
arrangement. The single phase input power is
connected to the transformer through the input
circuit. Details of each part are described in the
next page.
Block diagram
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Rectifier
The auxiliary rectifiers D1011~ D1014 provide bias
voltage filtered by the capacitors C102 and C103,
for the pre-regulators U101 and U102. They
provide a regulated voltage for other modules.
Main Rectifier
The main rectifier is a full wave bridge rectifier. It
provides the power after the rectifier is filtered by
the capacitor C101, and then regulated via a serieswound regulator, which is finally delivered to the
output terminal.
Current Limiter
U104 acts as a current limiter. When the current is
over predetermined rating, U104 is activated and
decreases the current. U208 provides a reference
voltage. U206 is the inverter amplifier. U103 is a
comparator amplifier which compares reference
voltage and feedback voltage, and then delivers to
Q103, Q104, which then calibrates the output
voltage.
Overload
When the unit is overloaded, Q107 activates to
control the current magnitude of Q104, to limit the
output current. The relay control circuit controls
the power dissipation in the series-wound
regulated circuit.
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Front Panel Overview
Display
VoltMeter
Displays CH1 or CH2 output voltage.
GPD-3303S (5 digits)
AmMeter
Displays CH1 or CH2 output current.
GPD-3303S (4 digits)
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GPD-3303 (3 digits)
GPD-3303 (3 digits)
OVERVIEW
Control Panel
Memory Keys
CH1/CH2/Beep
Keys
Terminals
Saves or recalls panel settings. Four
settings, 1 ~ 4, are available. For
save/recall details, see page34.
Selects the output channel for level
adjustment. For level setting details,
see page23.
Pressing and holding CH2 key
enables beep sound. For details, see
page21.
Parallel/Series
Keys
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Activates Tracking Parallel operation
or Tracking Series operation, For
details, see page27.
Lock Key
Locks or unlocks the front panel
settings. For details, see page22.
Output Key
Turns the output on or off.
Voltage Knobs
Adjusts the output voltage level for
CH1 or CH2. Pressing the knob
switches coarse and fine level setting.
Current Knobs
Adjusts the output current level for
CH1 or CH2. Pressing the knob
switches coarse and fine level setting.
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Power Switch
Turns On or Off the main power.
For power up sequence, see page19.
GND Terminal
Accepts a grounding wire.
CH1 Output
Outputs CH1 voltage and current.
CH1 CV/CC
Indicator
Indicates CH1 Constant Voltage or
Constant Current state.
CH2 Output
Outputs CH2 voltage and current.
CH2
CV/CC/PAR
Indicator
Indicates CH2 Constant Voltage,
Constant Current, or Tracking
Parallel operation mode.
CH3 Output
Outputs CH3 voltage and current.
CH3 Overload
Indicator
Indicates when CH3 output current is
overloaded.
CH3 Voltage
Selector
Selects CH3 output voltage: 2.5V,
3.3V, or 5V.
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OVERVIEW
Rear Panel Overview
USB Connector
(GPD-3303S)
USB Connector
Power Cord /
Fuse Socket
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CV/CC Crossover Characteristics
Cooling Fan
Power Cord /
Fuse Socket AC Selector
Accepts a USB slave connector for
command-based remote control
(page36). For GPS-3303S only.
Background
The GPD-3303 series automatically switches
between constant voltage mode (CV) and constant
current mode (CC), according to load condition.
CV mode
When the current level is smaller than the output
setting, the GPD-3303 series operates in Constant
Voltage mode. The indicator on the front panel
turns green (C.V.) The Voltage level is kept at the
setting and the Current level fluctuates according
to the load condition until it reaches the output
current setting.
CC mode
When the current level reaches the output setting,
the GPD-3303 series starts operating in Constant
Current mode. The indicator on the front panel
turns red (C.C.) The Current level is kept at the
setting but the Voltage level becomes lower than
the setting, in order to suppress the output power
level from overload. When the current level
becomes lower than the setting, the GPD-3303
series goes back to the Constant Voltage mode.
Diagram
The power cord socket accepts the
AC mains: 115V/230V, 50/60Hz.
For power up details, see page19.
Vmax
Constant
Voltage
The fuse holder contains the AC
main fuse. For fuse replacement
details, see page45.
AC Selector
Constant
Current
Selects AC voltage: 100V/ 120V/
220V/ 230V.
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Vout
Imax
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Iout
SETUP
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Load Cable Connection
SETUP
This chapter describes how to properly power up
and configure the GPD-3303 series before
operation.
Standard
accessory
(GTL-104, GTL105)
2. Insert the cable terminal.
3. Turn the terminal clockwise
and tighten the screw.
Power Up
Select AC voltage Before powering up the power
supply, select the AC input
voltage from the rear panel.
Connect AC
power cord
Connect the AC power cord to
the rear panel socket.
Power On
Press the Power switch to turn
on the power. The display shows
the initialization screen with the
model name, followed by the
last recalled settings.
Power Off
Banana plug
Insert the plug into the socket.
Wire type
When using load cables other than the attached,
make sure they have enough current capacity for
minimizing cable loss and load line impedance.
Voltage drop across a wire should not excess 0.5V.
The following list is the wire current rating at
450A/cm2.
Press the Power switch again to
turn off the power.
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1. Turn the terminal
counterclockwise and loosen
the screw.
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Wire size (AWG)
Maximum current (A)
20
2.5
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4
16
6
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Output On/Off
Panel operation
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Front Panel Lock
Pressing the Output key turns
on all CH 1/2/3 outputs.
Panel operation
The key LED also turns on. Pressing the Output
key again turns off the output and the key LED.
turns on. To unlock, press the LOCK key for 2
seconds. The key LED also turns off.
Automatic output Any of the following actions during output on
off
automatically turns it off. They might involve
sudden and harmful change in the output level.
Note
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Change the operation mode between
independent / tracking series / tracking parallel
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Recalling other setups from the memory
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Storing the setup into the memory
Beep On/Off
Panel operation
By default, the beep sound is
enabled. To turn off the beep,
press the CH2 key for 2 seconds.
A beep comes out and the beep setting will be
turned off. To enable the beep, press the CH2 key
again for 2 seconds.
List of beep
Press the LOCK key to lock
the front panel key
operation. The key LED
The following operations beep when the beep
setting is on.
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Power on
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Output on/off
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INDEP – SER – PAR
mode switching
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Panel lock/unlock
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Setup save/recall
CH1/CH2 output
level knob switching
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Voltage/current knob
fine/coarse switching
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Voltage/current level
reaching minimum
(zero) level
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The OUTPUT key is not
affected by the lock
operation.
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OPERATION
CH1/CH2 Independent Mode
Background /
Connection
3. Set the CH1 output voltage (For CH1)
and current. Press the CH1
switch (LED turns on) and
use the Voltage and Current
knob.
By default, the Voltage and
Current knob work in the
coarse mode. To activate the (Fine control)
fine mode, press the knob
and turn on the FINE LED.
CH1 and CH2 outputs work independent of each
other and are separately controlled.
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Coarse: 0.1V or 0.1A @ rotation click
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Fine: the smallest digit @ rotation click
4. Repeat the above settings for the CH2.
Output rating
0 ~ 30V/0~3A for each channel
Panel operation
1. Make sure the PARA
INDEP and SERIES INDEP
keys are turned off (the key
LEDs are off).
5. To turn on the output, press
the output key. The key
LED turns on and the CH1 /
CH2 indicator shows the
(CH1)
output mode, CV or CC.
(CH2)
2. Connect the load to the front panel terminals,
CH1 +/−, CH2 +/−.
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3. To turn on the output, press
the output key. The key
LED turns on.
CH3 Independent Mode
Background /
Connection
The CH3 rating is 2.5V/3.3V/5V, maximum 3A. It
works independently from CH1 and 2, regardless
of their modes.
CV → CC
When the output Current level
exceeds 3A, the overload
indicator turns red and CH3
operation mode switches from
Constant Voltage to Constant
Current.
Note: “overload” in this case does not mean an
abnormal operation.
Output rating
2.5V/3.3V/5V, 3A maximum
No Tracking
Series/Parallel
CH3 does not have tracking series/parallel mode.
Also, CH3 output is not affected by CH1 and 2
modes.
Panel operation
1. Connect the load to the front
panel CH3 +/− terminal.
2. Select the output voltage,
2.5V/3.3V/5V using the
CH3 voltage selector switch.
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2. Connect the load to the front panel terminals,
CH1+ & CH2− (Single supply).
CH1/CH2 Tracking Series Mode
Background
Tracking series operation doubles the Voltage
capacity of the GPD-3303 series by internally
connecting CH1 (Master) and CH2 (Slave) in serial
and combining the output to a single channel. CH1
(Master) controls the combined Voltage output
level.
The following describes two type of configurations
depending on the common ground usage.
3. Press the CH2 switch (LED
turns on) and use the
Current knob to set the CH2
output current to the
maximum level (3.0A).
By default, the Voltage and (Fine control)
Current knob work in the
coarse mode. To activate the
fine mode, press the knob
and turn on the FINE LED.
Tracking series without common terminal
Connection
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Coarse: 0.1V or 0.1A @ rotation click
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Fine: the smallest digit @ rotation click
4. Press the CH1 switch (LED
turns on) and use the
Voltage and Current knob
to set the output voltage
and current level.
Output rating
0 ~ 60V/0 ~ 3A
5. To turn on the output, press
the output key. The key LED
turns on.
1. Press the SER/INDEP key
to activate the tracking
series mode. The key LED
turns on.
6. Refer to the CH1 (Master) meter and indicator
for the output setting level and CV/CC status.
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1. Press the SER/INDEP key to
activate the tracking series
mode. The key LED turns
on.
Voltage level
Double the reading on the CH1
Voltage meter. In the above
case, the actual output is 20.0 x 2
= 40.0V.
Current level
CH1 meter reading shows the
output Current. In the above
case, 2.000A. (CH2 Current
control must be in the
Maximum position=3.0A).
2. Connect the load to the front panel terminals,
CH1+ & CH2−. Use the CH1 (−) terminal as the
common line connection.
Tracking series with common terminal
3. Press the CH1 switch (LED
turns on) and use the
Voltage knob to set the
(master & slave)
master & slave output
voltage (the same level for
both channels).
By default, the Voltage and
Current knob work in the
(Fine control)
coarse mode. To activate the
fine mode, press the knob
and turn on the FINE LED.
Connection
•
Coarse: 0.1V or 0.1A @ rotation click
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Fine: the smallest digit @ rotation click
4. Use the Current knob to set
the master output current.
Output rating
0~30V/0~3A for CH1 ~ COM
5. To turn on the output, press
the output key. The key LED
turns on.
0~–30V/0~3A for CH2 ~ COM
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6. For the master (CH1) output level and CV/CC
status, refer to the CH1 meter and indicator.
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CH1/CH2 Tracking Parallel Mode
Background /
Connection
Tracking parallel operation doubles the current
capacity of the GPD-3303 series by internally
connecting CH1 and CH2 in parallel and
combining the output to a single channel. CH1
controls the combined output.
Output rating
0 ~ 30V/0 ~ 6A
Master (CH1) CH1 meter reading shows the
voltage level
output voltage. In the above
case, 20.0V.
Master (CH1) CH1 meter reading shows the
current level
output current. In the above
case, 2.000A.
7. Press the CH2 switch (LED
turns on) and use the
Current knob to set the slave
output current.
8. For the slave (CH2) output level and CV/CC
status, refer to the CH1/2 meter and CH2
indicator.
1. Press the PAR/INDEP key to
activate the tracking parallel
mode. The key LED turns on.
2. Connect the load to the CH1 +/− terminals.
Slave (CH2)
voltage level
The CH1 meter reading shows
the output voltage. In the above
case, 20.0V.
Slave (CH2)
current level
The CH2 meter reading shows
the output current. In the above
case, 3.000A.
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3. To turn on the output, press
the output key. The key
LED turns on.
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SAVE/RECALL SETUP
4. The CH2 indicator turns
red, indicating tracking
parallel (PAR) mode.
Save Setup
5. Press the CH1 switch (LED
turns on) and use the
Voltage and Current knob
to set the output voltage
and current. The CH2
output control is disabled. (Fine control)
By default, the Voltage and
Current knob work in the
coarse mode. To activate the
fine mode, press the knob
and turn on the FINE LED.
Background
The front panel settings can be stored into one of
the four internal memories.
Contents
The following list shows the setup contents.
6. For the output level and CV/CC status, refer to
the CH1 meter and indicator.
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Independent / tracking series / tracking parallel
mode
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CH1/CH2 knob selection
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Fine/coarse knob editing mode
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Beep on/off
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Output voltage/current level
The following settings are always saved as “off”.
Voltage level
The CH1 meter reading shows
the output voltage. In the above
case, 20.0V.
Current level
Double the amount of CH1
current meter reading. In the
above case, 2.0A x 2 = 4.0A.
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Output on/off
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Front panel lock on/off
Panel operation
Press one of the 1~4 Memory
keys for 2 seconds, for example
number 1. The panel settings
are saved in memory No.1 and
the key LED turns on. When
the panel settings are modified,
the LED turns off.
Note
When a setting is stored, the output automatically
turns off.
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Recall Setup
Background
The front panel settings can be recalled from one of
the four internal memories.
Contents
The following list shows the setup contents.
REMOTE CONTROL
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Independent / tracking series / tracking parallel
mode
Remote Control Setup
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CH1/CH2 knob selection
Background
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Fine/coarse knob editing mode
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Beep on/off
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Output voltage/current level
The GPD-3303S is capable of being remotely
controlled via the USB connection.
USB slave port, rear panel
Interface
The following settings are always recalled as “off”.
Panel operation
Note
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Output on/off
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Front panel lock on/off
COM setting
Press one of the 1~4 Memory
keys, for example number 1.
The panel settings saved in
memory No.1 are recalled. The
key LED turns on. When the
panel settings are modified, the
LED turns off.
Functionality
check
When a setting is recalled, the output
automatically turns off.
Set up the COM port inside the PC according to
the following list.
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Baud rate: 9600
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Parity bit: None
•
Data bit: 8
•
Stop bit: 1
•
Data flow control: None
Run this query command via the terminal
application such as MTTTY (Multi-threaded TTY).
*idn?
This should return the identification information:
Manufacturer, model name, serial number.
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Command Syntax
1: command header
Command format
GPD-3303 Series User Manual
f Command not
allowed
The entered command is not allowed in the
circumstance. Example: trying to set CH2
output while in the tracking mode.
g Undefined header
The entered command does not exist, or the
syntax is wrong.
2: output channel
3: separator
Command List
4: parameter
Output channel
1 (CH1) or 2 (CH2)
Parameter
Type
Description
Example
<Boolean>
boolean logic
0 (off), 1 (on)
<NR1>
integers
0, 1, 2, 3
<NR2>
decimal numbers 0.1, 3.14, 8.5
•
Detailed descriptions of each command start from the next page.
•
The “HELP” command shows all the below commands and their
meanings, except for the HELP command itself.
ISET<X>:<NR2>
Sets the output current.
ISET<X>
Returns the output current setting.
VSET<X>:<NR2>
Sets the output voltage.
VSET
Returns the output voltage setting.
IOUT<X>
Returns the actual output current.
Error Messages
VOUT<X>
Returns the actual output voltage.
TRACK<NR1>
Selects the operation mode.
The following error messages might appear when the GPS-3303S
cannot accept the command.
BEEP<BOOLEAN>
Turn on or off the beep.
LOCK<BOOLEAN>
Turn on or off the front panel lock.
OUT<BOOLEAN>
Turn on or off the output.
STATUS
Returns the GPS-3303S status.
IDN
Returns the GPS-3303S identification.
RCL<NR1>
Recalls a panel setting.
SAV<NR1>
Saves the panel setting.
HELP
Shows the command list.
Note
Commands must be capital letters.
Message contents
Descriptions
a Program mnemonic The command length must be 12 characters
too long
or less.
b Invalid character
Invalid characters, such as symbols, are
entered. Example: VOUT#
c Too many digits
The command exceeded the maximum
number of decimals: 3 digits.
d Missing parameter
The parameter is missing from the command.
Example: VSET: (should have a number)
e Data out of range
The entered value exceeds the specification.
Example: VSET:33 (should be ≤ 32V)
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Command Details
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IOUT<X>
ISET<X>:<NR2>
Description
Sets the output current.
Panel operation
See page23
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Example
ISET1:2.234
Description
Returns the actual output current.
Response time
Minimum 80ms
Example
IOUT1
Returns the CH1 output current
VOUT<X>
Sets the CH1 output current to
2.234A
ISET<X>
Description
Returns the output current setting.
Panel operation
See page23
Response time
Minimum 80ms
Example
ISET1
Description
Returns the actual output voltage.
Panel operation
See page23
Response time
Minimum 80ms
Example
VOUT1
Returns the CH1 output voltage
TRACK<NR1>
Returns the CH1 output current
setting
VSET<X>:<NR2>
Description
Selects the operation mode: independent, tracking
series, or tracking parallel.
Panel operation
See page27
NR1
0: Independent
1: Tracking series
2: Tracking parallel
Description
Sets the output voltage.
Panel operation
See page23
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Example
TRACK0
Example
VSET1:20.345
Selects the independent mode
Sets the CH1 voltage to 20.345V
BEEP<Boolean>
VSET<X>
Description
Turns on or off the beep.
Description
Returns the output voltage setting.
Panel operation
See page21
Response time
Minimum 80ms
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Example
VSET1
Example
BEEP1
Returns the CH1 voltage setting
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Turns on the beep
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LOCK<Boolean>
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IDN
Description
Turns on or off the front panel lock.
Description
Returns the GPD-3303S identification.
Panel operation
See page22
Response time
Minimum 300ms
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Contents
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Example
LOCK1
(Manufacturer, model name, serial number)
Locks the front panel
RCL<NR1>
OUT<Boolean>
Description
Turns on or off the output.
Description
Recalls a panel setting.
Panel operation
See page21
Panel operation
See page35
Response time
Minimum 70ms
NR1
1 – 4: Memory number 1 to 4
Example
OUT1
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Example
RCL1
Turns on the output
STATUS
Description
Returns the GPD-3303S status.
Response time
Minimum 400ms
Contents
8 bits in the following format
Bit Item
Description
0
CH1
0=CC mode, 1=CV mode
1
CH2
0=CC mode, 1=CV mode
2, 3 Tracking 00=Independent, 01=Tracking series,
11=Tracking parallel
4
Beep
0=Off, 1=On
5
Lock
0=Lock, 1=Unlock
6
Output
0=Off, 1=On
7
N/A
N/A
Recalls the panel setting stored
in memory number 1
SAV<NR1>
41
Description
Stores the panel setting.
Panel operation
See page34
NR1
1 – 4: Memory number 1 to 4
Response time
Minimum 70ms
Example
SAV1
42
Stores the panel setting in
memory number 1
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HELP
GPD-3303 Series User Manual
Contents
FAQ
ISET<x>:<NR2> Sets the value of current.
Q1. I pressed the panel lock key but the output still turns on/off.
VSET<x>:<NR2> Sets the value of voltage. x:1=CH1,2=CH2\n";
A1. The output key is not affected by the panel lock key operation,
for ensuring safety.
Description
Shows the command list.
Response time
Minimum 1000ms
ISET<x> Return the value of current.
VSET<x> Return the value of voltage.
Q2. The CH3 overload indicator turned on – is this an error?
IOUT<x> Returns actual output current,
A2. No, it simply means that the CH3 output current reached the
maximum 3.0A and the operation mode turned from CV (constant
voltage) to CC (constant current). You can continue using the power
supply, although reducing the output load is recommended.
VOUT<x> Returns actual output voltage.
TRACK<NR1> Sets the output of the power supply working on
independent or tracking mode. NR1:0=INDE,1=SER,2=PARA;
BEEP<Boolean> Sets the BEEP state on or off.
Q3. The specifications does not match the real accuracies.
LOCK<Boolean> Sets the entry-key lock state on or off.
A3. Make sure that the power supply is powered on for at least 30
minutes, within +20°C – +30°C.
OUT<Boolean> Sets the output state on or off.
STATUS Returns the power supply state.
bit0:(CH1)0=CC,1=CV;bit1:(CH2)0=CC,1=CV;bit23=(TRACK)10=DEP,11=
SER,01=PAR;bit4:(BEEP)0=OFF,1=ON;bit5:(LOCK)0=LOCK,1=UNLOCK;
bit6:(OUT)0=OFF,1=ON;
IDN Returns instrument identification.
RCL<NR0> Recall the setting data from the memory which previous
saved.
Q4. The internal memory is not recording the panel setting correctly –
the output should be on.
A4. The output is always stored or recalled as “off” to ensure safety.
For more information, contact your local dealer or GWInstek at
www.gwinstek.com.tw / marketing@goodwill.com.tw.
SAV<NR0> Saves the setting data to memory.
NR0:1=Memory1,2=Memory2,3=Memory3,4=Memory4;
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APPENDIX
GPD-3303 Series User Manual
Specifications
APPENDIX
The specifications apply when the GPD-3303 series are powered on
for at least 30 minutes under +20°C – +30°C.
Output Ratings
Fuse Replacement
Steps
1. Take off the power cord and remove the fuse
socket using a minus driver.
Voltage
Regulation
Current
Regulation
•
100V/120V:T6.3A/250V
•
220V/230V:T3.15A/250V
0 ~ 30V / 0 ~ 3A
0 ~ 60V / 0 ~ 3A
0 ~ 30V / 0 ~ 6A
2.5V/3.3V/5.0V, 0 ~ 3A
≤ 0.01% + 3mV
≤ 0.01% + 3mV (rating current ≤ 3A)
≤ 0.02% + 5mV (rating current > 3A)
Ripple & Noise ≤ 1mVrms (5Hz ~ 1MHz)
Recovery Time ≤ 100μs (50% load change, minimum
load 0.5A)
Temperature ≤ 300ppm/°C
Coefficient
Line
≤ 0.2% + 3mA
Load
≤ 0.2% + 3mA
Ripple & Noise ≤ 3mArms
CH3 Specification Regulation
Line ≤ 5mV
Load ≤ 15mV
Ripple & Noise ≤ 2mVrms
Tracking Error ≤ 0.5% + 10mV of Master
Tracking
Operation
Parallel
Line: ≤ 0.01% + 3mV
Regulation
Load: ≤ 0.01% + 3mV
(rating current ≤ 3A)
Load: ≤ 0.02% + 5mV
(rating current > 3A)
Series
Line: ≤ 0.01% + 5mV
Regulation
Load: ≤ 300mV
Meter
A Meter
20A full scale, 3 digits 0.5" LED display
GPD-3303
2. Replace the fuse in the holder.
Rating
CH1/CH2
Independent
CH1/CH2
Series
CH1/CH2
Parallel
CH3
Line
Load
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APPENDIX
Insulation
Operation
Environment
Storage
Environment
Power Source
Accessories
Dimensions
Weight
A Meter
20A full scale, 3 digits 0.4" LED display
GPD-3303S
V Meter
32V full scale, 3 digits 0.5" LED display
GPD-3303
V Meter
32V full scale, 3 digits 0.4" LED display
GPD-3303
Program
± (0.2% of reading + 3digits)(0~9.99V)
Accuracy
± (0.5% of reading + 2digits) (10~30V)
GPD-3303
± (0.5% of reading + 2 digits) (0~3A)
Program
± (0.03% of reading + 10mV) (0~30V)
Accuracy
± (0.3% of reading + 10mA) (0~3A)
GPD-3303S
Readback
± (0.2% of reading + 3digits)(0~9.99V)
Accuracy
± (0.5% of reading + 2digits) (10~30V)
GPD-3303
± (0.5% of reading + 3 digits) (0~3A)
Readback
± (0.03% of reading + 10mV) (0~30V)
Accuracy
± (0.3% of reading + 10mA) (0~3A)
GPD-3303S
Chassis and
20MΩ or above (DC 500V)
Terminal
Chassis and
30MΩ or above (DC 500V)
AC cord
Indoor use
Altitude: ≤ 2000m
Ambient temperature 0 ~ 40°C
Relative humidity ≤ 80%
Installation category: II
Pollution degree: 2
Ambient temperature –10 ~ 70°C
Relative humidity ≤ 70%
AC 100V/120V/220V/230V±10%, 50/60Hz
User manual x1, Test lead GTL-104 x 2, GTL-105 x 1
210 (W) x 130 (H) x 265 (D) mm
Approx. 7kg
GPD-3303 Series User Manual
Declaration of Conformity
We
GOOD WILL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD.
(1) No.7-1, Jhongsing Rd., Tucheng City, Taipei County, Taiwan
(2) No. 69, Lu San Road, Suzhou City (Xin Qu), Jiangsu Sheng, China
declare, that the below mentioned product
Type of Product: Power Supply
Model Number: GPD-3303/GPD-3303S
are herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the
Council Directive on the Approximation of the Law of Member States
relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC, 89/336/EEC,
92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC,
93/68/EEC).
For the evaluation regarding the Electromagnetic Compatibility and
Low Voltage Directive, the following standards were applied:
◎ EMC
EN 61326-1: 2006 Electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use –– EMC requirements
Conducted Emission
Radiated Emission
Electrostatic Discharge
ClassA EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + A1:1998 +
A2:2001
EN 55011: 1998 + A1:1999 +
Radiated Immunity
A2:2002
EN 61000-4-3: 2002 + A1:2002
Current Harmonics
Electrical Fast Transients
EN 61000-3-2: 2000 + A2:2005
EN 61000-4-4: 2004
Voltage Fluctuations
Surge Immunity
EN 61000-3-3: 1995 + A1:2001
EN 61000-4-5: 1995 + A1:2001
------------------------Conducted Susceptibility
EN 61000-4-6: 1996 + A1:2001
------------------------Power Frequency Magnetic Field
EN 61000-4-8: 1993 + A1:2001
------------------------Voltage Dip/ Interruption
EN 61000-4-11: 2004
◎ Safety
Low Voltage Equipment Directive 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC
Safety Requirements
IEC/EN 61010-1: 2001
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INDEX
INDEX
automatic out off ..................21
banana plug...........................20
beep setting
contents..............................21
manual ...............................21
remote control...................40
caution symbol........................5
cleaning the instrument.........7
COM setting, remote control
.............................................36
command list.........................38
recalling the list.................43
common terminal, tracking
series...................................27
cooling fan .............................17
safety instruction ................6
CV/CC
CH1/CH2 indicator .........24
CH3 indicator....................26
operation theory .........10, 18
EN61010
declaration of conformity 48
measurement category.......6
pollution degree..................7
EN61326-1..............................48
environment
operation..............................7
specification.......................47
storage..................................8
error messages, remote
control ................................37
front panel
lock (manual).................... 22
lock (remote)..................... 41
overview............................ 14
fuse
rating ................................. 45
replacing............................ 45
safety instruction................ 6
GPD series
block diagram................... 12
dynamic load.................... 10
lineup................................. 11
list of features ................... 11
operation theory............... 12
technology overview ......... 9
ground symbol ....................... 5
identification information... 42
load connection .................... 20
operation mode
independent...................... 23
remote control .................. 40
specifications .................... 46
tracking parallel ............... 32
tracking series................... 27
output current setting
manual............................... 24
remote control .................. 39
output on/off
FAQ.................................... 44
manual............................... 21
remote................................ 41
output voltage setting
manual............................... 24
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remote control...................39
overload indicator ................26
power supply
safety instruction ................6
setup...................................19
socket overview ................17
specification ......................47
protective ground symbol.....5
rear panel overview .............17
recall settings
manual ...............................35
remote ................................42
remote control
command syntax ..............37
connection test ..................36
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error messages.................. 37
interface............................. 36
save settings
manual............................... 34
remote................................ 42
service operation
about disassembly ............. 6
contact ............................... 44
status, instrument ................ 41
tracking mode
operation theory ................ 9
UK power cord....................... 8
USB interface ........................ 36
warning symbol ..................... 5
wire, load .............................. 20
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