Did you know  that 80% of test setups require a power supply.  Those power supply  needs range from basic requirements of sourcing voltage and current, to  sophisticated capabilities for sequencing multiple outputs, controlling  turn-on slew rate, and monitoring the current drawn by the load under  varying conditions. While today's power supplies are flexible  instruments with a wealth of built-in features, the core need is to  deliver clean, controllable power.  This webcast, presented by Gary  Raposa, Application Engineer; System Products Division, Agilent  Technologies, will cover basic power supply topologies and operation,  and show how Agilent power supplies can create and measure multiple  voltage and current outputs utilizing both basic and sophisticated power  supply capabilities.