Q.Please explain the checkpoints for when the output voltages are low.
Power Supplies > Switching Power Supply > DC-DC Converters/ AC-DC Power Supplies
[Cause (1)] The settings for the output voltage values are too low:
This is when the settings for the output voltage are too low in areas such as the V.ADJ or output voltage external variable function.
[Cause (2)] A current value below the minimum output current:
When a V1 (5V) output current is below the minimum output current with a multi-output power supply, there are cases where regular voltages are not being outputted with other outputs.
[Cause (3)] The proper input voltage is not being applied:
The output voltage may be too low if it is lower than the input voltage.
[Cause (4)] The over current protection function is operating:
Excessive currents flow and the over current protection function operates in cases such as when the load is short.
［Cause (5)］ The load is too great：
The load current becomes greater and the over current protection function operates.