Our Rigol DP-832 Power Supply Review

Updated 30 June 2017

The Rigol DP-832 is a 3-channel, benchtop power supply suitable for a serious maker, makerspace or product developer.

In this video I'll take you on a tour of the supply's operation and give my two cents on things I like and dislike.

Key Specifications
Voltage Range CH1 & 2: 0-30V
CH3: 0-5V
Current Range 0-3A all channels
Load Regulation Rate ± (Output Percentage + Offset)
Voltage <0.01% + 2mv
Current <0.01% + 250μA
Linear Regulation Rate ± (Output Percentage + Offset)
Voltage <0.01% + 2mv
Current <0.01% + 250μA
Ripple (20Hz to 20Mhz)
Normal Mode Voltage <350μVrms / 2mVpp
Normal Mode Current <2mArms


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