GW Instek launches new PEL-3000E series programmable single-channel electronic load. In the series, PEL-3031E provides 300W (1V~150V/60A) current sink capability. Inherited from the PEL-3000 series, PEL-3000E has an easy-to-read LCD panel and user-friendly interface. This model features high speed and accurate measurement capability for electronic component, battery, portable charger and power products that require low to medium power consumption.
The PEL-3000E series is designed for current sink operation starting from 60mA and aims at measurement applications, including charger, adapter, various power supply equipment, and portable charger.
The PEL-3000E has seven operating modes. Among them, four basic operating modes are constant current, constant voltage, constant resistance, and constant power. Three other combined operating modes are constant current + constant voltage, constant resistance + constant voltage, constant power + constant voltage. Users can select operating modes based upon products' test requirements. For C.C. mode, electronic load will sink a constant current according to the set current value; for C.V. mode, electronic load will attempt to sink sufficient current to control the source voltage to the programmed value; for C.R. mode, electronic load will sink a current linearly proportional to input voltage according to the set resistance value; for C.P. mode, electronic load will initiate load power sinking operation (load voltage x load current)in accordance with the programmed power setting.
Models are PEL-3031E and PEL-3032E.
GW Instek PEL-3000E Series Programmable Electronic Loads 300W
- 7 Operating Modes: CC, CV, CR, CP, CC+CV, CR+CV, CP+CV
- Fast/ Normal Sequence Function
- Soft Start
- Battery discharge test
- OCP、OPP test Automation
- Max. Slew Rate: 2.5A/us
- Dynamic mode
- Protection: OVP, OCP, OPP, OTP, RVP, UVP
- Remote Sense
- Integrate voltage, current and power measurement functions
- External Voltage or Resistance Control
- Rear Panel BNC、Trigger IN/OUT
- Analog External Control