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Höcherl & Hackl GmbH, supplier of high-quality electronic loads, has expanded its product line with the TRL series, a 1,000W regenerative electronic load.
The TRL series is characterised by three quiet, relatively small, DC loads. Partly because of this, they are excellent for use in a development/laboratory environment. They don’t require fixed installation, but can be simply plugged into the wall socket where the energy absorbed is not converted into heat but fed back to the AC grid. The TRL series is available in 80V/60A, 400V/15A and 1,200V/5A versions.
Standard, the TRL series is equipped with Load and Sense connection at both the front and rear. The basic operating modes are CC, CV, CR, CP. In addition, the following combined operating modes are available; CC+CV, CR+CC+CV, CP+CC+CV, CV+CC.
The modern controls via a brilliant 4.3″ touchscreen give the user a comfortable smartphone feel. The TRL series also comes standard with many data interfaces, only GPIB is optional.
For more information, please refer to the datasheet.
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