All load modules are configured to work independently, though testing can be carried out simultaneously at multiple outputs via remote control to simulate real life application. Precise measurements like these are ideal for testing power efficiency and other critical parameters of the UUT’s. This ensures the quality and reliability of the and provides protection to units under test. Load cross regulation for ATX12V power. The series load modules operate in constant voltage, current, resistance, power, or impedance to satisfy a wide range of test requirements. The series can draw its rated current under very low voltage 0. The offers a digitizing function that makes the load very convenient for recording transients in both voltage and current waveforms.
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Skip to main content. To reconstruct the actual current waveform, one can simply upload the captured waveform data into any module via a Chroma softpanel. Avoiding the need for using an oscilloscope to capture the voltage peak, saving chrom and costs. They are excellent for research, development, production, and incoming inspection applications. The user can perform online voltage measurements and adjustments or simulate short circuit test using the simple keypad on the front panel.
The ‘s state of the art design uses DSP technology to simulate non-linear loads using a unique CZ operation mode allowing realistic loading behavior. The model mainframe holds five load modules to offer up to 10 W load input channels with standard frontpanel inputs.
When the need is for increased power, paralleling two or more loads can be done to achieve the desired load current. The provides a dynamic chroms function that can be used to perform this test on up to 10 outputs within each mainframe.
The also provides an enhanced feature, User Defined Waveform UDWto simulate the actual current profiles and waveforms. Below are some examples of the most popular program sequences available.
In addition to common constant current, constant voltage, constant power and constant resistance modes 66300 conventional loads, the accepts digital data from DAQ cards or analog data from function generators to allow for complex waveforms to be created as depicted below.
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Modern electronic devices operate at very high speed and demand rapid transient response characteristics. The series can draw its rated current under very low voltage 0. At the minimum voltage 0. Load cross regulation for ATX12V power. The following are the specifications of setting parameters: Figure 3 shows the parallel synchronous dynamic loading and Figure 4 shows the parallel non-synchronous dynamic loading of previous designs. The 663600 figure shows the programmable parameters which can be set within the loads: Dedicated remote load sensors and control circuits guarantee minimum waveform distortion during dynamic loading.
Each module is capable of storing up to 10 sets of waveforms with each comprising up to 1. In addition, each module can be operated independently or synchronized so that all modules start operating at the same time while running independent programs.
The also offers a unique dynamic frequency sweep with variable frequencies up to 50kHz. The also has a dynamic sweep function to meet the test requirements of ATX power supplies. When the need is for increased power, paralleling two or more loads together can be done to achieve the desired current. The offers a digitizing function that makes the load very convenient for recording transients in both voltage and current waveforms.
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Each load module contains 3 load current ranges with a minimum full current operating voltage of 0. The series load modules operate in constant voltage, current, resistance, power, or impedance to satisfy dhroma wide range of test requirements. The also offers an unique dynamic frequency sweep with variable frequencies up to 50kHz ideal for use in finding the worst case UUT voltage peaks Figure 1. The Chroma electronic load mainframe accepts the user-installable series load modules for easy system configuration.
Low voltage operation is possible towards zero volts with corresponding reduced current levels see de-rating curves. The dynamic loading mode can simulate different loading conditions for most test requirements.
To address these applications the offers high speed, programmable dynamic loading, sweep simulation and control capability never before achieved. This capability provides for up to 2,W per mainframe.