Engineers may have captured a distorted voltage waveform at a particular location because it causes their device under test (DUT) to malfunction using a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO) with the intent to reproduce the voltage waveform in a laboratory environment for product improvement. The Chroma 61500 series or 61800 series programmable AC voltage supplies are capable of reproducing complex user defined AC voltage waveforms. A waveform cycle can be imported from a Microsoft® Office Excel file with 1024 sample points. Up to six user defined waveforms can be stored at a time on the Chroma source.
This application note describes the differences between the 2nd and 3rd editions of the IEC60601-1 standard.
This application note describes testing ICs for the Tri-temp test requirement.
This application discusses how to use the “Wireless LAN to RS 232 Adapter” to control the DC Source.
This application note will show some of the capabilities of Chroma’s AC Sources in combination with the Military Aerospace Soft Panel and other Soft Panels.
A discussion about simulating the quasi-square wave of an uninterruptible power source (UPS).