Home » New 1000A DC Load ideal for fuel cell testing
Our manufacturer Chroma adds the 63206A-60-100 model to the extensive range of electronic loads. The minimum operating voltage of 0.06 V at 100 A makes the 63206A-60-100 the perfect programmable load for applications such as fuel cell testing. And with a height of 4U that allows a power of 6kW and ranges up to 1000 A or 60 V, this is the most compact load available in the market.
In addition to the standard CC, CR, CP and CV loads, the
63206A-60-100 series offers CZ mode and complex loads: CC+CV; CR+CV and CR+CC. It can also test the discharge of car batteries. The 63200A series can log the Wh and Ah while discharging the battery.
By using multiple loads in parallel in master-slave configuration even larger load currents can be achieved.
The load offers three settings and three measurement ranges for voltage and current. The load can be operated and measurement results can be obtained via USB, LAN and GPIB interface.
The 63200A series is used in electric vehicle testing and the testing of solar energy, hydrogen and fuel cells.
If you have any questions about prices and/or delivery times or if you want a demonstration of the 63206A-60-100 DC load, please contact us. We will gladly advise you in choosing the best DC load for your application.
For more information please check the datasheet.
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