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 Several issues are the result of not understanding the restrictions of a power supply. A power supply always follows the electrical laws that cannot be changed. A good understanding of what might happen exactly can be read here: [[ps_faq|FAQ]] Several issues are the result of not understanding the restrictions of a power supply. A power supply always follows the electrical laws that cannot be changed. A good understanding of what might happen exactly can be read here: [[ps_faq|FAQ]]
  
-=== No output current ===+==== No output current ​====
 When the power supply reaches the programmed Voltage, the Current (mA) and Power (W) remain zero, it is very likely there is a problem with the cables or the tank itself. Check it with one or more of the following tests: When the power supply reaches the programmed Voltage, the Current (mA) and Power (W) remain zero, it is very likely there is a problem with the cables or the tank itself. Check it with one or more of the following tests:
   * Try another pair of cables.   * Try another pair of cables.
ps_trouble.txt · Last modified: 05/11/2018 12:39 by Consort Support