The BP series can output in four quadrants and is capable of handling two directions of current, which are source (supply) and sink (absorption) current, let alone positive/ negative voltage. From devices that generate back electromotive force such as solenoids, capacitive load such as electrolytic capacitor, and even to piezoelectric material charged with electromotive force and power sources and batteries such as fuel cells, you can connect BP4610 to devices and systems that cannot be driven with normal DC power supply with a sense of security.
This is an example with output of voltage ±60V.
Depending on the limiter setting, the output voltage can be shifted to -5V to +115V and -115V to +5V (Output current range changes when the output range shifts.)
The number 1 to 4 stands for the quadrant number.

Universal Output Pattern
Built-in sequential signal source that allows you to use sweep and arbitrary waveform
BP series has a built-in sequential signal source. For example, by programming a series of voltage change pattern used in voltage fluctuation test on electrical and electronic components, the test can be done in a single operation since the output changes in order according to the procedure.
When setting a sequence, you can use DC (direct current), sine wave, and square wave provided in the system and arbitrary waveform (16 types) loaded via USB interface. Maximum of 255 steps (minimum 0.1 ms per step) can be set and waveform, level, duration, and continuous/sweep can be selected for each step. Furthermore, you can specify repetition of sequence for 1 to 999 times (or continuous).
In addition, the power supply provides branch operation in which the external trigger input moves the sequence to a specified step, the function to stop the sequence, and the function to hold the operation. Various Output Patterns Using Sequence Functions
Relay Operation Test

Response calibration function
BP series has a new response calibration function that allows users to individually optimize transient response characteristic in square wave output or sudden output change. Transient response for load with complicated impedance characteristic such as electromagnetic components with inductance (coil component) or capacitance (capacitor component) differs among loads. BP series has a new and convenient response calibration function with which users can adjust response characteristic according to the load.

The ITE lets developers configure their CEC devices, and send messages and faults, so that both nominal and stressful conditions can be generated.
The ACA provides monitoring and analysis of all auxiliary channels. This allows developers to view and save all DDC & CEC bus traffic – right down to the bit, block, and frame.
The ACA and ITE complement each other. The ITE can initiate specific CEC bus transactions, while the ACA monitors what goes on – so that users can quickly locate and document CEC protocol errors.
The CTE addresses CEC product compliance testing. The CTE compiles a test procedure, conducts tests, logs results, and creates a summary HTML report.
The TME is a graphical environment that houses all the tests. It runs on a PC and communicates with the 882CA over Ethernet.
TPAs connect test equipment to the product under test and provide standard loads (as needed) during CEC compliance tests.

Quantum Data worked closely with HDMI Licensing, LLC as it created the CEC Compliance Test Specification, which identifies the 882CA test instrument, TME software, and TPAs as the recommended CEC compliance test tools.


Arnold Memelink

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