An adjustable, high voltage power supply capable of high precision output can be difficult to build. Errors often result from drift over time, temperature, and variations within the production process. The resistive networks traditionally used for feedback are common error sources.
Jason Fischer is an applications engineer with Analog Devices assisting the Americas East sales team. He supports multiple products with a focus on prototyping and evaluating switch-mode power supplies for industrial, telecommunications, medical, and military applications. His previous work experience includes production management, circuit design, test system development, and RF regulatory testing.