Solving the Increasing High Power Test Requirement
As the need for higher power test equipment increases in the lab, "just make it work” is no longer an option. Engineers are faced with tossing older, underpowered test equipment to the side and search for new solutions. Enter Chroma.
The test equipment and automated systems we provide today meet the high power demands of tomorrow’s power conversion industry. Newly innovated products as well as on or off grid devices can be simulated and tested under a wider range of power levels and conditions due to the advanced features we design into our equipment. Since our power test equipment is available in a wider range of power levels, increased power is achievable when requirements call for it. Let's say you're testing a PV inverter and need to build a micro-grid test environment, we can do the heavy lifting for you and ship regenerative grid simulator configurations from 120kVA to 300kVA. We also have high power configurations for electronic loads, AC power sources and DC power supplies.
Engineers turn to us to satisfy a wide range of R&D design validation, incoming inspection, end of line, and other types of tests that lead to satisfying critical regulatory standards. Whether it is budget, limited space, or unknown future power requirements, test engineers need flexibility with the equipment they purchase. Our flexible, scalable equipment accommodates their unique testing requirements making them extremely productive and efficient in the lab.
Below are high power applications we provide solutions for every day.
Switching Power Supply PC Power Supply Telecom Power Supply
SOLAR / PV INVERTER
On-Grid PV Inverter Off-Grid PV Inverter Solar Panel
AUTOMOTIVE EV / EVSE
EV Charging DC–DC Converter HEV Controller / DC-DC Motor Driver
The 63200A provides operating voltage and current ranges up to 480kW, sine wave loading, dynamic frequency sweep to 50kHz, digitizing, MPPT, and the highest accuracy available with an incredibly high power density. These loads, with built in digital signal microprocessors (200MHz) are designed for testing server power supplies, A/D power supplies, batteries and energy storage systems, EV/EVSE, solar, and other power electronics.
The 61800 is a full 4 quadrant, fully regenerative, AC power source designed to simulate worldwide power line conditions and disturbances for testing PV Inverters and on-line UPSs as well as Vehicle to Grid (V2G) and Energy Storage Systems (ESS). 0-400V L-N / 0-692V L-L option that does not require a transformer. Maximum power delivered down to 200VAC L-N which provides a wider output power range. Simulates distorted voltage waveforms and transient conditions
Chroma’s 62000H programmable DC Power Supplies offer advantages for telecom, automated test system & integration, industrial, battery charge & simulation for EV, and solar panel simulation. Advantages include: precision readback of output current and voltage, output trigger signals, complex DC transients waveforms to test device behavior to spikes, drops, and other voltage deviations, and High-speed programming. Opt. solar array simulation.
Simulate load conditions under high crest factor and varying power factors with real time compensation. Chroma's 63800 features include AC/DC load simulation, constant and rectified load modes, programmable inrush mode, auto bandwidth adjustment and programmable crest factor and power factor. Measure the steady-state and transient responses for true RMS voltage, true RMS current, true power, apparent power, reactive power, and more.
Chroma's 61500 programmable AC sources meet market requirements by simulating various AC line input conditions and measurements of critical characteristics for products under test. These features make the 61500 ideal for commercial, power electronics, avionics, military and regulation test applications from bench-top R&D design verification, and quality assurance, to mass production test.