Customer applications often have sophisticated power supply requirements such as sequencing multiple outputs, controlling turn-on slew rate, and monitoring the current drawn by the load under varying conditions. Today's power supplies are flexible instruments with a wealth of built-in features, and go beyond simple voltage and current generation. This webcast will show how Agilent power supplies and power analyzers can create and measure multiple voltage and current outputs, generate complex sequencing between multiple outputs, and generate low-frequency arbitrary waveforms.

Duration: One hour

Who should view this webcast:
Designers, manufacturers and system integrators who use dc power supplies to power assemblies, sub-assemblies and final products for R&D, design validation and production testing environments.

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Marlo Manaloto, Geographic Business Development Manager, Agilent Technologies
Marlo Manaloto started with Agilent Technologies in 2004 as an Applications Engineer for system switches, digital multimeters and function generators in Loveland, Colorado. In 2005, she moved to Budd Lake, NJ and worked closely with Agilent's power product portfolio and helped launch HP/Agilent's most awarded test and measurement product, the N6705A DC Power Analyzer. In 2008, she moved to a Business Development role supporting system and bench instruments. Marlo holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN.