It is nice to have a good CV/CC supply in the lab, especially if you want to power-up your prototype for the first time. Unfortunately those supplies are normally big and heavy and you don't want to carry 9+ kilos from the lab to the living room in order to do some work on the couch.
A while ago I ordered a DPS3005 module to have a useable CV/CC "supply for the kitchen table". The module itself provides no outstanding performance but is good enough for most scenarios.
In order to add input and output terminals to the module, I designed a small 3D printable case.
- DPSxxxx size module
- 4x M3 Nut
- 4x M3 Screw Length: 30-50mm
- Input Terminals (Safety or Double 4mm Jacks) and DC-Jack
- Output Terminals (Safety or Double 4mm Jacks)
- Cable to connect the Terminals to the module (maybe soldering equipment and heat shrink)
Example for the safety or isolated terminals:
Example for the double screw terminal and the DC-Jack
Modules which (should) fit
- DPS3005 (tested)
- Electronic Load XY-FZ25 (tested)
- ...maybe others as well
- Left Part (DPS_Case_left_*.stl)
- with isolated terminals on the front and back (DPS_Case_left_f_iso_b_iso.stl)
- with double terminals on the front and back (DPS_Case_left_f_dual_b_dual.stl)
- with an isolated terminal on the front and a double terminal on the back (DPS_Case_left_f_iso_b_dual.stl)
- with a double terminal on the front and an isolated terminal on the back (DPS_Case_left_f_dual_b_iso.stl)
- Right Part (DPS_Case_right.stl)
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