NF Corporation DP090GS Features:
- Output Power: 9 kVA
- Single-phase with a NEMA 5-15 Outlet-For Japan/North America
- DP-G Series is equipped with the option of AGC and Measurement Extensions (PA-001-1722) as standard
- AC/DC modes: AC, AC + DC, DC
- Frequency Setting Range: AC Mode: 40 to 550Hz; AC+DC Mode: 1Hz to 550Hz
- Voltage Setting Range/Phase Voltage: 0.0 V to 155.0 V/0.0 V to 310.0 V
- Max. Current: 90A/45A
- Output control employing our unique hybrid power control technology
- User interface designed to take into account how each customer uses the equipment
- Energy-saving design to efficiently supply power and improve equipment operability
- Output voltage fluctuation: within ±0.15 V (75 V to150 V)/within ±0.30 V (150 V to 300 V),(DC, 45 Hz to 65 Hz if output current is varied from 0% to 100% of maximum current)
- Maximum peak current: four times the maximum current (RMS value) (corresponds to a capacitor input rectified load with a crest factor of 4)
- Waveform distortion rate: 0.5% max.
- Voltage: RMS value, average DC value, peak value
- Current: RMS value, average DC value, peak value, peak hold value
- Sync frequency
- CO2 emissions
Optional Measurements with Option PA-001-1722:
- Power: active power,apparent power,reactive power,Load power factor,Crest factor
- Harmonic current: up to 40th order
The NF Corporation DP090GS is a 9kVA Programmable AC Power Source with a NEMA 5-15 Outlet. The DP series achieves stable output with low distortion, and operates stably with high-capacity capacitor loads. With a variety of output modes and a wide output range. The DP series is equipped with a wide assortment of functions and you can select the optimal power supply from a broad range of options, from single-phase 1.5 kVA to a maximum of three-phase 36 kVA.
The lineup includes single-phase, single-phase 3-wire, three-phase and multi-phase ( single-phase, single-phase 3-wire, or three-phase selectable) models. A multi-phase system (single-phase 3-wire/three-phase) can be configured by connecting multiple units of the same single-phase model.