Chroma Model 6330A series high speed DC electronic improves CPU clock, baud rate, parser and added synchronic parallel function for fast operation, which is ideal for auto test system integration to increase your manufacturing test throughput. Plugging the user selectable load modules into the system mainframe can also provide easy system configuration and future reconfiguration configure the system.
The 6330A series offers 12 different modules with power ratings from 20 watts to 1,200 watts, max. current rating up to 240A, and voltage ratings from 0.5mV to 600V. The loads can be operated in constant current, constant voltage, constant power and constant resistance and may be placed in parallel for increased current and power.
With Synchronic parallel control capability, 6330A series loads allow users to parallel and synchronize more than one load together from an internal loading control signal. This feature provides synchronic dynamic loading test for multi-output power and high power test solution.
Real time measurement of voltage, current, is integrated into each 6330A load module using a 16-bit precision measurement circuit. The user can perform on line voltage measurement and adjustment, or simulate short circuit test using the simple keypad on the front panel.
The 6330A have self-diagnosis routine to maintain instrumental performance all the time. It is also protected against OP, OC, OT protection, and alarm indicating OV, reverse polarity to guarantee quality and reliability for even the most demanding engineering testing and ATE application.
The FET technology accomplishes minimum input resistance and enables the load to sink high current even at very low voltage. For example, model 63303A is capable of sinking 60A at 1V output, and well-suited for testing the new 3V low voltage power supplies. Low voltage operation, down to zero volt, is possible at correspondingly reduced current level.
Chroma has created the industries first LED Load Simulator for simulating LED loading with our 63110A load model from our 6310A series Electronic Loads. By setting the LED power driver's output voltage, and current, the Electronic Load can simulate the LED's loading characteristics. The LED's forward voltage and operating resistance can also be set to further adjust the loading current and ripple current to better simulate LED characteristics. The 63110A design also has increased bandwidth to allow for PWM dimming testing.