What are the classifications of electronic loads?

Electronic load refers to the load function realized by electronic equipment, through the control of internal power device MOSFET or transistor conduction, power tube will dissipate power and consume electricity. According to the different access current, electronic load is divided into DC electronic load and AC electronic load. It usually has a variety of modes of constant current, constant voltage, constant resistance, constant power, short circuit and dynamic load.
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Electronic load is widely used in aircraft, ships, generator sets, batteries, battery pack routine maintenance, discharge, activation experiment, power equipment experiment, aging, electrical parameters performance test, scientific research, production, teaching and other fields.
Electronic load classification
According to the different types of load access current, electronic load can be divided into DC electronic load and AC electronic load.
1. Ac electronic load
Ac electronic load refers to the electronic equipment that can simulate some characteristics of the actual load. It can simulate not only different values of resistors, inductors, capacitors and their combinations, but also some characteristics of nonlinear loads. Electronic loads simulate various loads by controlling the input current. It has the advantages of convenient adjustment, strong versatility, high precision and good stability.
2. Dc electronic load
A DC electronic load is an electronic circuit device that can absorb DC energy and dissipate, store or feedback the absorbed DC electricity. The amount of current absorbed by the device can be adjusted or set, and the port input characteristics conform to Ohm's law. The application of DC electronic load is very large. It can simulate the physical load and load waveform to test the main power supply specifications. It can also be used as a component unit for ATE or ATS systems to keep chargers, batteries, etc online for life. Test the characteristics and parameters of power electronic components.