Xitron 2574R Features:
- Line Input: Volts/Current: 0.1%; Power: 0.15%
- Ballast Output: Volts/Current: 0.1% (Line); 0.3% (50kHz); 5% (1MHz); Power: 0.15% (line); 0.5% (50kHz); 10% (1MHz)
- Harmonics: Line and Ballast Output Harmonics
- Sampling: Up to 2 MSPS continuous sampling
- Graphical Results: Harmonics Barcharts, Historical Data Logging (2 sec. to 10 days, 0.5% time resolution)
- Displays all relevant ballast input/output measurements on a single screen
- Completely tests a ballast in less than 100 ms
- Fully automatic ballast start-up and tube striking detection
- Results displayed graphically or numerically with down to 1 ms time resolution
- IEEE488 control of AC sources for single user interface
- Wide bandwidth, ballast output frequencies to 2 MHz
- Every signal is monitored continuously with 12-bit, 2 MHz sampling
- Print comprehensive test reports in semi-automatic test environment from built-in printer interface, or record in engineering environment
- Automatic test sequencing and complete comparison of measurements vs. limits, including selection of different 1500 series load modules and engagement of 1500 series line switch modules.
- No computer or user software required
- Graphical startup profiling with time sequencing
- Graphical historical measurements
- Supports magnetic, instant/rapid start, HID < 5kV pk, compact, high frequency, and hybrid ballasts, plus LED inverters
- Test Summary Screen designated for the production floor environment, can display either a large PASS/FAIL or, upon query, can show up to 3 pass/fail faults
The Xitron 2574R ballast analyzers have been adopted by ballast/lighting manufacturers worldwide because of their greatly enhanced technological capabilities, greatly reduced setup and maintenance requirements, and low cost of ownership.
With the 2574R, up to four tubes and four ballasts can be tested in a fraction of a second for every key parameter, including peak inrush, striking and light efficiency (when used with a light monitor). With a capacity of 2,000 measurements per second on each of up to 30 signals, the only limitation to testing throughput is the speed of your production line.