Key Features： -Compact size and weight attributable to advance PWM technology -AC+DC output mode for voltage DC offset simulation -Programmable output impedance for IEC 61000-3-3 -IEC 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-28 voltage dips and frequency variation simulation -Harmonics, interharmonics waveform synthesizer for IEC 61000-4-13 testing -Power line disturbance simulation capability -Programmable voltage and current limit settings -Comprehensive measurement capability, including current harmonics -High output current crest factor, ideal for inrush current testing -Turn on, turn off phase angle control -TTL signal which indicates output transient -Optional analog programmable interface -2 units combined in series for high Voltage source (Model 61501~61505) -3 units combined to 3-phase power output (Model 61501~61505) -Optional GPIB and RS-232 interface (Model 61501~61505) -Easy use graphic user interface: softpanel (Option) -Softpanel for IEC regulation test -Capable of delivering power output up to 90KVA by implementing Master-slave parallel operation
Chroma 61500 series provides powerful functions to simulate all kinds of power line disturbance conditions. The STEP and PULSE modes offer a method to execute a single step or continuous output changes. The LIST Mode, up to 100 sequences, extends this function for more complex waveform generator needs. In this way, 61500 series is capable of simulating all sorts of voltage dips, cycle dropout, transient spike, brown out for IEC 61000-4-11 pre-compliance test and IEC61000-4-14 and IEC61000-4-28 compliance tests.
Chroma 61500 series allows users to composite up to 40 orders of harmonic components for synthesizing a distorted voltage waveform with SYNTHESIS function. It also provides INTERHARMONIC function for programming sweeping interhamonics component from 0.01Hz to 2.4KHz. It can help to find the resonance or the weakest points of UUT. It is capable of generating a periodic harmonic and non-periodic harmonic distorted waveform to perform IEC61000-4-13 compliance test.
61500 series AC source provides a 3-PHASE mode to let users connect 3 units for 3-phase output application. The Master unit will keep on Fixed mode and send a signal for synchronizing Slaves. Users can connect 2 units of 61500 in series and set the phase angle to zero (see figure) in 3-PHASE mode. In this way, users can program a 220V/0.5sec superimposed on 230V to get a 450V transient voltage easily.
61500 Series provides a graphic control software. It can help users to run all functions easily. It also includes IEC test standards and a report function for recording measurement data for a period of time in a file.
61500 series can be used to test aircraft electrical equipment. Chroma also provides software for AC power part test of standard RTCA DO-160D , MIL-STD-704F and ABD0100.
The 61511/61512/61611/61612 AC source models provide the (Master-Slave) parallel operation function, which enable users to extend the AC source power output ability by connecting AC sources in parallel. The maximum allowable number of AC source implemented for the parallel operation is 5 units. Therefore, users can achieve a maximum power output up to 90KVA by combining 5 units of assorted AC source of 18KVA in (Master-Slave) parallel operation mode. The user could also use A615103 Power Stage as an alternative cost effective solution for the parallel operation, by implementing it as slave unit. Please refer to the following figures for AC source models 61511/61512/61611/61612 setup for parallel operation configuration.