Product News: Electronic Components & Devices
Electronic Loads feature liquid-cooled design.
Press Release Summary:
June 6, 2014 - Housed in compact case, LW 5100 Gen. 2 Series is suitable for linear and nonlinear load test applications. Units provide 4 modes of operation, including constant voltage, constant current, constant resistance, and constant power, all of which can be adjusted through programmable touchscreen, rotary encoder, external remote unit, and CAN bus interface. Operating up to 400 V/750 A with one module, series supports dynamic paralleling of up to 4 or more modules for capacity up to +40 kW.
Original Press Release
New 2nd Generation Liquid Cooled Electronic Load Series for Advanced Load Testing
Press release date: May 29, 2014
Hopkinton, MA — Schaefer Inc. is proud to unveil the Second Generation of the LW 5100 Series of liquid cooled electronic loads featuring user friendly touch screen panel and enhanced functionality. These built-to-project loads are housed in a compact case that provides high power density and ease of use. Their versatility and customization makes them suitable for linear and nonlinear load test applications and the perfect solution for laboratory or test room production.
The LW 5100 Gen. 2 Series provides four different operating modes: constant voltage, constant current, constant resistance and constant power. CV, CC, CR and CP adjustments can be made though programmable front touch screen keypad (soft key), rotary encoder, external remote unit and CAN bus interface. Wide operating range up to 400V / 750A with one module, dynamic paralleling of up to 4 or more modules for higher load capacity up to +40kW, controllable through one interface. Fully protected against thermal overheating and programmable switch off limits to avoid total discharge of the battery. Reduced water consumption depending on load power and water inlet temperature.
Full product specifications can be viewed at www.schaeferpower.com.
For further information and unit pricing contact firstname.lastname@example.org – Jeff Roffee, Director of Power Systems.
45 South Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748