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Chroma 61500-serien Programmerbara AC källor 500-4000VA

Art. nr: 60501, 60502, 60503, 60504, 60505

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Produktbeskrivning

Models:
  • 61501 Power rating: 500VA
  • 61502 Power rating: 1000VA
  • 61503 Power rating: 1500VA
  • 61504 Power rating: 2000VA
  • 61505 Power rating: 4000VA

  • Voltage range: 0-150V/0-300V/Auto
  • Compact size and weight attributable to advance PWM technology
  • AC+DC output mode for voltage DC offset simulation
  • Programmable slew rate setting for changing voltage and frequency
  • Low output impedance for testing IEC 61000-3-2 (61505)
  • Programmable output impedance for testing IEC 61000-3-3
  • LIST, PULSE, STEP mode function for testing power line disturbance (PLD) simulation capability
  • IEC 61000-4-11 voltage dips, short and variation simulation
  • Harmonics, inter-harmonics waveform synthesizer for testing IEC 61000-4-13
  • Programmable voltage, current limit
  • Comprehensive measurement capability, including current harmonics
  • High output current crest factor, ideal for inrush current testing
  • Turn on, turn off phase angle control
  • TTL signal which indicates output transient
  • Analog programmable interface
  • 3 units combined to 3-phase power output
  • Easy-use software for operation and IEC regulation test
  • Optional GPIB and RS-232C interface

 

The Chroma 61500 series AC power source sets the standard for high performance AC power sources.

 

It comes equipped with a host of powerful features: power line disturbance (PLD) simulation, programmable output impedance, comprehensive measurement functions, waveshape synthesis and regulation test software.

 

These features make the 61500 series ideal for commercial, power electronics, avionics, military and regulation test applications from bench-top testing to mass production