ELECTRONIC LOAD REQUIREMENTS
NOTE: All load parameters are adjustable from 0 to full scale.
1. Maximum Power: This is maximum Power that you ever expect the load to dissipate.
2. Maximum Current: This is the most current (in Amperes) you ever expect to draw with one load module.
Select Max Current
3. Maximum Voltage: This is the maximum voltage the load will ever see (Open Circuit voltage).
Select Max Volts
4. Maximum Current @ Minimum Voltage: Enter the lowest expected operating voltage (Volts) and the simultaneous maximum operating current (Amperes).
5. Maximum Current at Maximum Voltage. Enter the maximum operating current (Amperes) at maximum operating voltage (Volts) you expect to have simultaneously. NOTE: If the product of these two numbers (see Watts at the right) exceeds the
Maximum Power in step 1 above, then go back and increase the Maximum Power to the next highest selectable wattage.
6. Dynamic Testing. Will you require any dynamic testing such as pulse, sine, triangle waveforms to produce a test plan of varying power to be applied to your device? If YES, proceed to 6a, 6b, and 6c.
Select YES or NO
6a. Waveform Type. Select Waveform type.
Select Waveform Type
6b. Maximum Frequency. Enter waveform frequency in Hz.
6c. Rise and Fall Time. Enter rise and fall time requirements in mSec.
7. Computer Control. Do you need computer control? If YES, proceed to 7a.
Select YES or NO
7a. Interface. Select the computer interface needed.
Select Computer Interface
8. Project Name:
9. Project Timing: When do you need delivery?
10. Quantity: If you need more than 5000 watts then you may stack multiple power loads. Any load can be stacked with any other load as master and slave. Up to 15 slaves may be connected. Please estimate the number of loads you will need based on your planned usage and maximum power that will be needed. If your plan requires individual loads as well as multiple loads stacked from time to time then you may "break them apart" and use them separately. For quantity discounts please use Application Information box to indicate models, quantities and delivery requirements (if known). (Required)
11. Application Information.
Please give us an idea of your application and any special needs. If you wish to have your configuration assembled and tested at the factory, please let us know.
Portable Power Supply Tester
Includes One EL Load and one Rack Adapter packaged in a shock and water resistant wheeled transit case. Allows testing of plug-in modular power supplies under load.
Select Rack Adapter:
RA 19-4C for testing 3U HSF-PFC modules
RA 19-1U for testing 1U HSF--1UR modules
RA 60 for testing HSP modules
RA 55 for testing MST modules
Other - Indicate preferred rack adapter below
Preferred Rack Adapter:
Portable Electronic Load
Includes One EL Load packaged in a shock and water resistant wheeled transit case. Allows load to be safely moved to equipment to be tested rather than having to transport equipment to central location.
Source Power Cable Kepco P/N 118-1234
Connects IEC 320-style power inlet connector with integral fuse holder to 115V a-c via molded US line cord using 18AWG three-conductor jacketed cable. Insulation rating of 300 Volts for 115VAC input voltage with polarized mating plug: 3 Amperes, 1 meter long.
Slides Kepco P/N CS 06
Includes pair of slides that allow unit to slide out of rack.
RJ 22 Master/Slave cable, 1 ft. Kepco P/N 118-1245
Daisy chains Series EL loads with the same voltage for parallel configurations. If slides are used, longer cable lengths will be required.
Side Support Bracket Kepco P/N 128-1775
Pair required. Used to provide side support for EL Load. Requires rear rail at 18-13/16 in. setback.
Required information is indicated in