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If you’re looking for a programmable, modular DC Electronic Load that can do it all… it’s the 63600.

The World’s Most Advanced DC Electronic Load

Chroma’s 63600 series is a set of programmble, modular DC electronic loads designed for testing multi-output AC/DC power supplies, DC/DC converters, chargers, batteries, adapters, and other power electronic components.

If you’re looking for a programmable, modular load system that can do it all including full current down to 0.4VDC, CZ mode, user defined waveforms, timing measurements, dynamic loading, transient response, and 3 current ranges per load – it’s the 63600. They prove their worth in R&D, production, and incoming inspection applications.

Chroma's 63600 programmable modular DC electronic load features

3 Mainframes5 ModulesOptional Softpanels
63600-1 For a single module63610-80-20 2ch 100W/ 80V/ 20A10533 Softpanel
63600-2 For up to 2 modules63630-80-60 300W/ 80V/ 60A2 or 5-bay mainframe only.
63600-5 For up to 5 modules*63640-80-80 400W/ 80V/ 80A
*Up to 2000W and 10 Channels per mainframe.63630-600-15 300W/ 600V/ 15A
63640-150-60 400W/ 150V/ 60A

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Application Note: Dynamic Loading and Transient Response Testing

Dynamic Loading and Transient Response testing is a common test requirement for Power Supplies, DC DC Converters and Battery Chargers. Download this application note to learn how to confirm the response times of the DUT when load is changed suddenly.

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