- Type Overview
The devices have constant-current and constant-resistance operating modes in both static and dynamic operation. If fitted with an RS-232 or GPIB interface, software-controlled constant power control is possible. The manual setting of the load values takes place via two precise ten-turn potentiometers. Switch from value A to value B by a keystroke.
In dynamic mode the inbuilt modulator performs the switch between the setpoints A and B. For each load level it is possible to set a corresponding pulse duration of 0.5 ms ... 500 milliseconds. In addition, pulse-pause ratios can be varied within broad time range. Switching between the two load levels can also be via the Analog I/O Interface at all levels between 3 V and 30 V.
- Over-current protection
- Over-power protection
- Over-temperature protection
- Protection of the GND lines at the Analog I/O interface
If a protected value is exceeded the respective display flashes.
The type spectrum comprises three power classes with 500 W, 1000 W and 1500 W continuous load capacity. Depending on the model the devices have temporary overload capacity. The level and duration of the possible overload depends on the operating temperature of the power stage.
Therefore the device can also be used for significantly higher power tasks.
The control of the load current can be via an analog signal with optionally 0 ... 5 V or 0 ... 10 V.
Standard Analog I/O Interface with 0 ... 10V level for:
• Input voltage
• Load current
• Power consumption
• Nominal current
• Master-Slave circuit
The unit is air-cooled with a two-phase temperature controller.
• RS-232 + system bus
• GPIB + RS-232 + system bus
• Smart-LAN (Ethernet-RS-232-Converter)
Configuration of a Multichannel System
For control of additional devices via the GPIB or RS-232 interface of the primary device, any number of devices can be connected via the system bus interface (Option PL01 in all other devices). Despite the shared interface, the devices are electrically isolated from one another and can be operated with potential differences of up to 125 V.
Factory Calibration Certificate
A Factory Calibration Certificate (FCC) can be supplied with the devices. The FCC meets the requirements according to DIN EN ISO 9000ff. This calibration certificate documents the traceability to national standards to illustrate the physical device in accordance with the international System of Units (SI). The recommended calibration interval is 2 years.
The H&H Homepage has a program library for Windows with a controll tool and LabVIEW drivers.
We supply a User Manual as pdf file and printed General Safety Instructions, each in German and English.