I don't understand why most modern lab PSUs in constant voltage mode don't explicitly display the maximum authorized current.
You have to set the current with output ON starting from 0 A, passing by a few mA where the device state is blinking/unstable because it is missing energy, up to the maximum driven current, and blindly go a bit higher in case operation requires slightly more current at some point - while I'd like to set voltage and current with output OFF, and then power the circuit.
I really don't get why most lab PSUs don't display the maximum current that you set. It looks the bare minimum to me, just like the set voltage. I've been working with a dozen models, and only one had a "review" button letting you know the voltage and maximum current.
Am I misusing lab PSUs? Or why isn't there a maximum current indicator on all lab PSUs?