Velleman LABPS3005D

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Velleman LABPS3005D
Velleman labps3005d mugshot.png
Status supported
Source code korad-kaxxxxp
Channels 1
Voltage/current (CH1) 0-30V / 0-5A
Connectivity USB/serial, RS232
Features programmable presets, over voltage protection, over current protection, output on/off

The Velleman LABPS3005D is a 1-channel programmable power supply (0-30V/0-5A) with both USB/serial and RS232 connectivity.

It is the successor of the Velleman PS3005D (and a rebadged Korad KA3005P).

See Velleman LABPS3005D/Info for more details (such as lsusb -v output) about the device.

See Korad KAxxxxP series for information common to all devices in this series.




See Korad KAxxxxP series#Protocol for the protocol details.

Note: Some versions of the LABPS3005D appear to use the Atten PPS3000 series protocol instead.

The LABPS3005D protocol documentation differs from what the actual devices seem to use. OVP0, OVP1, OCP0 and OCP1 are implemented.

Also, the reply byte for STATUS? differs from the documentation:

Bit One Zero Notes
0 Constant voltage Constant current Channel 1 regulation mode. If output disabled, this is the last value.
1 ? Always Channel 2 regulation mode.
2 ? Always Tracking bit no sense for 1 channel device.
3 ? Always Tracking bit no sense for 1 channel device.
4 Beeper enabled Beeper disabled As documented. Front panel OCP button beeps always.
5 OCP enabled OCP disabled Documentation says this is front panel locking.
6 Output is enabled Output disabled As documented.
OVP enabled OR OCP enabled AND output disabled
OCP and OVP disabled Not very useful if output is disabled. Documented: 7 N/A N/A.