ITECH products page >>>>>
|ITECH products >>>>>|
Itech manufacture a wide range of programmable linear DC power supplies and DC electronic loads. These are professional grade instruments suited for automatic test and high volume benchtop use - with build quality comparable to the big name brands. However Itech's products are vastly more cost effective, due to their Chinese origin and my thin margins - in fact the price is only slightly higher than the popular Topward brand adjustable (but not programmable) lab power supplies. This isn't to say Itech is the cheapest option these days - taking this dubious honour are no-name lab supplies (that often have serious flaws), and a few brands of cheaper build programmable supplies that have appeared in the past few years.
Please note that despite the fact we used to manufacture similar products, these ARE made in China (now part of the very large B+K Precision group of companies), and beyond being a service agent and providing the odd engineering insight, the design is beyond my control. They are a popular brand domestically in China, frequently specified for factories etc when they are offshored (to China) - which distinguishes them from many of the cheaper brands (built to a price to satisfy export demand). These cheaper programmable units definitely have their place, but there is a difference.
Most of my customers are local to NZ - educational institutions, small companies, or the odd large manufacturer that took a punt on my products after some budget squeeze forced them to consider alternatives to the big brands - no small thing when millions of dollars of production relies on correct functioning of test equipment and price is usually no object. Invariably they buy more, and more, and more...
|best price >>>>>|
Please look in the web shop for current pricing (note: GST inclusive).
Latest pricing note: For the time being please disregard the 2005 pricing in the brochures and tables below. I was able to retain this for many years (mainly through reductions in discounting), but ongoing cost increases and recent economic conditions eventually had their impact on pricing and demand. I increased the web shop prices by only a nominal amount at the time, now that the exchange rate has recovered these prices should be fairly stable.
|IT68xx series - best value programmable power supplies 50-200W
|IT612x series - very high precision high speed programmable
power supply with DVM feature
|IT85xx series - programmable DC Electronic loads 150-1800W and
|best expertise >>>>>|
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|general features (IT68xx power supply) >>>>>|
- intelligent design, professional construction, quality components
- calibration report supplied, CE certified
- rock-solid performance is guaranteed
CONNECTIVITY AND CONTROL
- RS232 or USB interface included (optoisolated)
- Ask about Labview driver
- Ask about custom developed low-level control code
- ActiveX interfacing library (VB and Delphi samples provided)
- Free application software provided (calibration, control / plotting of EUT currents / voltages)
- Extra comms modules RS232 USB (prices in web shop)
- 19" rack mount fits 2 supplies or loads (price in web shop)
- Local burn-in and retest
|price and availability >>>>>|
Prices and stock quantities are generally available on the web shop, however feel free to email and check.
I ask that demo units are looked after aesthetically and not subject to undue abuse. However go for your life in checking out how electrically rugged they are (within reason) - because they are.
Our policy is to NOT sell demo returns to other customers as brand new, as we can not be 100% certain of their past, so depending on your level of interest, I may send a demo unit, or a brand new unit. Please keep this in mind. (I can do this because few (if any) units sent for anything other than an obviously casual interest are ever returned.)
All this is done entirely at my own discretion, so don't be offended if you are refused credit, or can't really afford to pay for a demo unit. We are not set up to hire out units.
|ordering and freight >>>>>|
Basically: After you have emailed for price and availability, just email your P/O. (Conditions apply as below.)
To honour a warranty claim I'll need the faulty product returned beforehand for diagnosis, and to guard against abuse of the system. However this can be relaxed if you are a well-known customer. If you have a mission-critical application (eg 2 shift high volume ATE), please discuss options for protecting yourself against potential outages before ordering.