Power Supplies Can Absorb Power, Too (.PDF Download)

Test engineers turn to programmable power supplies when they need to apply power to their device under test (DUT).   Sometimes, the DUT has a small amount of stored energy that needs to be removed during the test. Taken to an extreme, the DUT may itself be an energy generator, whereby testing requires the continuous absorption of power (i.e., loading down the DUT).

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