PRLog – Sep. 29, 2014 – FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif. – Chroma Systems Solutions announces today the addition of the Chroma 11050 HF LCR Meter precision test instrument designed to accurately measure and evaluate passive components at high speeds. Its measurement capabilities cover the primary and secondary parameters required for testing the inductance, capacitance, resistance, quality factor and loss factor of passive components. Click here to read the full story.
Chroma releases the industry's first Wound Component Electrical Safety Test (EST) Analyzer that combines impulse winding, AC/DC hipot, insulation resistance and DC resistance test measurement functions suitable to test to UL standards.
Chroma Systems Solutions releases a high precision Battery Pack Test System with regenerative battery energy discharge, charge and discharge mode specifically designed for secondary battery module and pack testing. (Read the press release)
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Chroma Systems Solutions Partners with Mission Motors as the Official Equipment Sponsor to Fuel Power Testing of the Mission R; the Most Advanced Electric Racing Motorcycle in the World.
Market demands for a high-speed instrumentation interface in instrumentation is increasing. Moving forward with firmware release 3.0, Chroma’s Programmable 62000P DC Supplies will include a new remote LXI interface option. LXI is the latest industry LAN standard for networking test instruments and automated test systems. LXI, which is based on the Ethernet standard, defines a uniform, interoperable LAN implementation, allowing instruments to be easily integrated...
Chroma has created the industry’s first LED simulator for LED driver testing with our 63110A electronic load. The LED’s forward voltage and operating resistance can be set to further adjust the loading and ripple current to better simulate LED characteristics. The 63110A load also has increased bandwidth to allow for PWM dimming testing. Read More
There is no better method of predicting photovoltaic (PV) array performance than exposing it to real-life conditions in the field. Although laboratory tests can accurately determine PV cell characteristics, real-time monitoring of a photovoltaic array in the field can boost confidence in product reliability and overall performance. Read More
Chroma, the leading manufacturer of test and measurement instruments, announces today that it has acquired a multi-million dollar contract with the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC) to build ultra high-stability power supplies for their Photon Source. Chroma will be providing these ultra high-stability power supply systems for use in NSRRC’s world class cutting-edge Synchrotron Light Source within the next two years.