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EA-EL 9500-90 B

  • Adjustable, programmable, 19” 3U rack-mount format
  • Gorilla glass TFT touch display, versatile function generator, user profiles, battery-discharge mode
  • Active oscillation suppression, efficient protective input filter, advanced thermal management
  • On board 2-way interface (USB/analogue), Plug N’ Play slot for retrofitting additional interfaces such as Ethernet, CAN, CANopen, Profibus, Profinet, RS232 and more
  • Voltages 0-500Vdc
  • Currents 0-90A
  • Power levels: 3.6kW
  • System power up to 130kW

The new series of compact electronic DC loads, called EA-EL 9000 B replaces the former series EA-EL 9000 A and offers new voltage, current and power ratings for a multitude of applications. All models support the four common regulation modes, constant voltage (CV), constant current (CC), constant power (CP) and constant resistance (CR). The FGPA based control circuit provides features such as a function generator with a table based function for the simulation of nonlinear internal resistances.

Manufacturer EA - Elektro-Automatik
Input voltage 90-264Vac
Input frequency 45-66Hz
Package 3U Rack mount
Category Electronic loads
Warranty 2 years
Input power 3600 W
Input voltage DC 0-500 V
Input current 0-90 A
Interface options Standard on-board 2-way Interface: Analogue 0-5V/0-10V and USB (all galvanically isolated) as well as intelligent Slot, users may retrofit manifold digital interfaces (such as CAN, CANopen, Ethernet, Devicenet, Modbus, Profibus/net and more) themselves at any time. (Alternatively to the interface modules slot, all models can be equipped with with a three-way interface option (option 3W - see Section 1.9.13 in the Manual for details) which then offers 1 x GPIB/IEEE, 1 x USB and 1 x Analog on the rear side of the device
Weight 17 kg
Manual PDF icon EL9000B Manual_Ger_Eng_12.pdf
Water-cooled option No

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