Lake Forest, Calif.-based Chroma Systems says that its new 63600 Series DC electronic loads are now available for use in a single mainframe. The 63600-1 mainframe allows for a space-saving, lower-cost electronic load for portable benchtop testing, according to the company.
Three load modules are available for the mainframe: 100 W x 2 (dual), 300 W and 400 W maximum power, with three current ranges per load. The system I/O port on the rear panel of the 63600-1 mainframe is a 15-pin connector (D-SUB 15-pin male connector). It includes 0-10 V DC analog signals to monitor voltage and current, external analog signal input and TTL-compatible digital I/O signals.
The 63600's design uses DSP technology to simulate non-linear loads using a unique Constant Impedance operation mode, allowing realistic loading behavior. The 63600 series can draw its full rated current to almost zero volts, ensuring the best loading performance for modern point-of-load devices, the company says.
Chroma's 63600 Series DC electronic loads are designed for testing multi-output AC/DC power supplies, DC/DC converters, chargers, batteries, adapters, and power electronic components and devices of all types.
Chroma Systems: (949) 600-6400
SOURCE: Chroma Systems