Press Release Summary:
- P900 features output measurements, waveform monitors and fault simulation
- Simulates aircraft power busses, PMA permanent-magnet alternators and drive FADEC shunt regulators
- Outputs can be programmed as low-impedance voltage busses or alternators with controlled source impedances
Original Press Release:
Highland Technology Introduces The P900, a 3-phase AC Power Source and Alternator Simulator
Highland Technology introduces the P900, a 3-phase AC power source and alternator simulator. It can simulate aircraft power busses and PMA permanent-magnet alternators and drive FADEC shunt regulators. Each phase can output 0 to 160 VRMS at 200 VA and 120 Hz to 4 kHz, including applications requiring a 400 Hz or APU/wild power source. Outputs can be programmed as low-impedance voltage busses or alternators with controlled source impedances.
Features include output measurements, waveform monitors, and fault simulation. Control interfaces are USB and Ethernet. The P900 is packaged in a 3U aluminum rackmount enclosure and operates from single-phase AC power.
Highland Technology, Inc. 650 Potrero Avenue San Francisco, CA 94110 P: (415) 551-1700 F: (415) 551-5129 www.highlandtechnology.com firstname.lastname@example.org