Kikusui PLZ-U Series Multi-Channel DC Load (Max 5 CH)

Input Voltage: 0-150V | Input Current: 0-100A | Power: 70W, 150W

  • Up to five load modules may be operated in parallel, provided that adjacent load modules are of the same model.
  • In constant current or constant resistance mode, the slew rate can be changed continuously.
  • In constant current mode, the electronic load is capable of offering high-speed response at a slew rate of 2.4 A/µ s at the rising and falling edges of the current.
  • The electronic load system is as wide as a 19-inch rack with a height of 3U and weighing about 11 kg.
  • You can connect two or more frames and use one of them to control the others (up to five frames can be connected at a time). This enables you to turn on or off the load and call preset values.
  • For communication, the system is provided with GPIB and RS232C interfaces as standard.

The PLZ-U Series of compact and high-performance modular electronic loads is capable of operating in five modes: constant current, constant resistance, constant voltage, constant current + constant voltage, and constant resistance + constant voltage. The load system consists of load modules and a frame. The load modules are inserted into the frame that also serves as a control unit. The PLZ-30F frame can accommodate up to three load modules, while the PLZ-50F frame can accommodate up to five. The load modules can be operated in parallel, so that the current capacity or power capacity can be changed easily, from 75 to 750 watts, as needed for the device under test. In addition to offering high-speed response at a maximum slew rate of 2.4 A/µs and a minimum setting resolution of 10µA, the system features a variety of functions including soft start, variable slew rate, a switching function, ABC preset memory function, four setup memories, and a sequence function. What’s more, timer functions combined with time/voltage measurement functions allow you to measure battery discharge characteristics.

For communication, the system is provided with GPIB and RS232C interfaces as standard. Both interfaces support IEEE 488.2 as well as the Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI) commands, developed for testing and measuring instruments.

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