6314A Chroma DC Electronic Load Mainframe
The 6314A is a 1200 watt DC electronic load mainframe from Chroma. Simulate loading on an electronic circuit including power supply testing, ATE applications, LED testing, and more.
- Max Power: 1200W
- RS232 Standard
- Wide range 0~600V operating voltage
- Compatibility between 6310 and 6310A
- Up to eight channels in one mainframe, for testing multiple output SMPS
- Parallel load modules up to 1400W for high current and power applications
- Synchronization with multiple loads
- Flexible CC, CR, CP and CV operation modes
- Dynamic loading with speeds up to 20 kHz
- Fast response of 0.32mA/μs ~ 10A/μs slew rate
- Minimum input resistance allows load to sink high current at low voltage (63123A : 0.6 Volts at 70 Amps)
- Real time power supply load transient response simulation and output measurements
- User programmable 100 sequences. Front panel input status for user-friendly operation
- High/Low limits of testing parameters to test GO/NG
- Digital I/O control
- Over current protection (OCP) testing function
- 16-bit precision voltage and current measurement with dual-range
- Remote sensing capability
- Short circuit test
- Self-test at power-on
- Full Protection: OC, OP, OT protection and OV, reverse alarm
- USB, GPIB & RS-232C interfaces
- Constant Current Mode
- Constant Resistance Mode
- Constant Voltage Mode
- Constant Power Mode
The Chroma 6314A 1200W electronic load mainframes accept the user-installable 6310A series load modules for easy system configuration and will mount in a 19" instrument rack.
The 6314A holds up to four 63102A load modules, which will result in an 8-channel 100W/channel load with standard front-panel inputs. This makes it ideal for testing multiple output switching power supplies and multiple DC-DC converters. There are also higher wattage modules that may be mixed and matched for an even more versatile system.
Additionally, the GO/NG output port is useful for UUT's pass/fail testing on an automated production line. All modules on the 6314A/6312A mainframe share a common GPIB address to synchronize and speed up the control of the load modules and the read-back of data.