The Dynaload is a precision instrument which simulates electrical loads to test power supplies, generators, servo systems,
batteries, and similar electrical power sources.
It simulates, at the option of the user, resistive loads (amps/volt) or may be switched to a constant current load characteristic (current regulated at a pre-selected value). Provisions are also made for external programming in automated test setups. The external programming voltage is from 0-10V, with an input impedance of 10Kohm minimum. Load current is directly proportional to the programming voltage.
The meter normally reads average pulse current, so for accuracy when loading in the pulse mode it is recommended to monitor
the current sample output. The circuit breaker used to connect the source to the power devices in the load is electronically controlled and senses overvoltage.
In the event of an overvoltage condition protection circuits open the electronic circuit breaker. In the event of an overcurrent
or overpower condition, circuitry is activated to limit the load current.
Transistor Devices Inc DLF400-600-4000