DC Electronic Load DL3021A

150V/40A, 200W
The DL3000 series is a cost-effective, economical programmable DC electronic load with a friendly human-machine interface and excellent performance specifications. It provides a variety of remote communication interfaces to meet diverse testing needs for design and testing. A wide range of solutions are available for a wide range of industries including automotive electronics, aerospace and fuel cells.

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€607.00 Net
€722.33 Incl. 19% VAT
Handling Time: 2 working days after payment confirmation
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  • 150V/40A,200W;150V/60A,350W
  • Dynamic mode: up to 30 kHz
  • Adjustable current slew rate: 0.001 A/μs to 5 A/μs
  • Min. readback resolution: 0.1 mV, 0.1 mA
  • USB-GPIB interface converter (optional)

30kHz Dynamic Mode

The advanced DL3000A models provide up to 5 A/us and 30 kHz frequency settings for transient mode testing. Emulate more dynamic real world power demands with this flexibility. That ultimately results in higher reliability and known behavior for batteries and power systems.


Dynamic Load Performance and Visualization

View the actual load performance on the front panel of the DL3000 in a static or transient mode. Optimize tests with customizable slew rates and frequency adjustments in Power, Voltage, Current, or Resistance modes.


3 Built in application setups for battery testing or Current or Power optimization

Quickly characterize your device with automated battery and power step tests without any programming


Free UltraLoad Software for remote operation and monitoring

Easily reconfigure or investigate the setup of the DL3000 remotely over USB or Ethernet with the free UltraLoad software. Record captured data over time and save long term test results to characterize and better understand your power system performance.


High resolution and accuracy on voltage and current load conditions

DL3000 Series provide specifications and capabilities that make measuring your power system under different conditions quick and easy. Monitor static conditions from the front panel or software interface and capture transient events with the built in waveform capture or by using an oscilloscope connected to the rear panel pulse shape outputs.


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