Aim-TTi Electronic Load LD400 Series LD400 0 8 A@ 1mA, 0 80 A@ 10mA Maximum of 8 V@ 1mV, Maximum of

  • RS-stocknr. 837-7535
  • Fabrikantnummer LD400
  • Fabrikant Aim-TTi
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Land van herkomst: GB
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Aim-TTi LD400 Compact DC Electronic Load

The Aim-TTi LD400 is an inexpensive, versatile electronic load designed for evaluating and characterising a wide variety of DC power sources including batteries and solar cells as well as electronic power supply units. It has the voltage/current range, multiple operating modes and built-in transient generator to provide test solutions from the design laboratory through to the component test area. The LD400P version adds full bus remote control via USB, RS232, GPIB and LXI compliant LAN (Ethernet) interfaces.
The LD400 can operate at voltages below 500mV for currents up to 10A. At higher currents the minimum remains below 1V up to 40A and below 2V up to 80A. This low operating voltage allows the LD400 to be used in many low voltage applications for which other electronic loads may be unsuitable. The LD400 can operate at power levels up to 600W for periods of up to 1 minute. Short term loading is sufficient for many testing applications so this capability significantly increases usefulness. Maximum voltage and current are 80V and 80A with a maximum continuous power capability of 400W (plus the short term capability of 600W). An adjustable drop-out voltage can be set for testing batteries.

Versatile solution for testing dc power sources (LD400) with full bus remote control version (LD400P)
Constant current, resistance, conductance, voltage and power modes
Wide voltage and current range, 0 to 80 V and 0 to 80 A
400W continuous dissipation at 28°C
360W continuous dissipation at 40°C
600W short-term dissipation capability
Low minimum operating voltage of below 1V at 40A
High resolution and accuracy for level setting
Built-in transient generator with variable slew
Current monitor output for waveform viewing
Variable drop-out voltage for battery testing
High resolution backlit graphic LCD with soft key control
Front and rear input terminals (front terminals 30A maximum)
Analog remote control of levels and TTL control of on/off and transient switching

Note

The LD400 has been developed from the Aim-TTi LD300 and offers higher power and fully digital control. The LD400P includes a wide range of digital remote control interfaces.

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Series LD400 Series
Constant Wattage Mode Range 0 400 W
Constant Voltage Mode Range 0 80 V
Constant Current Mode Range 0 80 A
Constant Resistance Mode Range 0.04 10 Ω@ 0.01Ω, 2 400 Ω@ 0.1Ω
Rack Units 1 U
2 op voorraad - levertijd is 2 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each
1.126,00
(excl. BTW)
1.362,46
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 +
€ 1.126,00
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