Electronic load devices are a tool used for simulating, measuring and testing electronic load, applying for various inverters and transformers. Such devices are designated to provide controlled, non-linear loads. This article shall present the advantages and functions of electronic load devices, as well as several examples for their use.
AC Electronic load: Examples for Uses
- Manufacturers of power, solar, wind supply, or other manufacturers who wish to test their power sources.
- The electronic industry.
- The hi-tech field
AC Electronic load: Advantages & Functions
- Allowing a wide range of electronic testing.
- Ensuring maximum energy saving, thus allowing significant cost saving
- Featuring regenerative function (applies to Wise-tech’s AC Electronic load): Allowing a testing with only 25% consumption.
- Simulating capacitor-input rectifier loads.
- Wise-tech’s specific AC Electronic load device features Crest Factor function, which is suitable forsimulating current load test for switching power supply.
- Providing improved operation through CPU control.
- Allowing external control and read-back.
Specifically speaking of Wise-tech’s AC Electronic load, the equipment featured in the device has pre-defined functions in order to simplify the work. The built-in equipment allows, among other things, to define various network defects, such as voltage, fuses, flickers and frequency variations. Another function unique for Wise-tech’s AC Electronic load devices is the function of measuring both active and reactive powers. Finally, the aforementioned Crest Factor featured in Wise-tech’s AC Electronic load device, which facilitates load tests for harmonic or peak currents facilitates reduced design and labor time, thereby cutting back costs as well.