Definition and selection factors of DC electronic load

Dc electronic load is a device for electric consumption, and according to the need to convert it into mechanical energy, heat energy, light energy, wind energy, or electricity, its not completely equal to the normal load, test function, can simulate other electrical equipment of electrical environment, can be arbitrarily change simulation state parameters, in order to test electrical equipment of various common state and limits.
100KW dc load bank

100KW dc load bank

Dc electronic loads consist of resistors, inductors, capacitors, transistors and integrated circuits. Due to the simulation environment of the power supply, it is not always fixed, because DC = current × voltage power, in AC mode, its algorithm is relatively complex, so most of the market is using DC electronic load.
Electronic load can be divided into DC electronic load and AC electronic load according to the different current, with constant current, constant voltage, constant resistance and power, short circuit and dynamic load working mode, equipped with perfect protection function, namely internal protection function and external protection function.
Dc electronic load is widely used in battery, power supply, sensor, charger, discharge, aging, electrical parameter performance test. It is an electronic circuit device that can absorb DC power and use the absorbed DC energy consumption for storage or feedback to the power grid. The port input characteristics comply with Ohm's law. It mainly tests the parameters of power supply, charger, battery life and power electronic components through physical simulated load and load waveform.
Ac electronic load is a simulation of actual load characteristics of equipment, simulation of different values of resistance, inductance, capacitance and their combination, can also simulate some characteristics of nonlinear load, control the input current to simulate a variety of loads, with easy adjustment, strong versatility, high precision, good stability and so on.