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Online LaurentR

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Re: DC Programmable Load advice needed
« Reply #25 on: November 08, 2018, 07:38:39 am »
Worthwhile considering Chroma's 63000 series in the same price range: http://www.chromaate.com/product/63000_series_Programmable_DC_Electronic_Load.htm   

I saw those but couldn't find anybody with advertised pricing. Do you know what price range they're in?
 

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Re: DC Programmable Load advice needed
« Reply #26 on: November 08, 2018, 07:53:17 am »
Worthwhile considering Chroma's 63000 series in the same price range: http://www.chromaate.com/product/63000_series_Programmable_DC_Electronic_Load.htm   

I saw those but couldn't find anybody with advertised pricing. Do you know what price range they're in?
I had a proposal for 63003-150-40 - 1380 euro. It's with local taxes/shipping/etc. But Chroma said that fast resistance response is not that good (I requested like 1 ms response) with the unit (might be the same system as with Rigol/etc - which sets resistance programatically via on-board software, while Instek declared that in their dc load it is wired with analog loopback, which is a lot faster).
 

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Re: DC Programmable Load advice needed
« Reply #27 on: November 08, 2018, 07:57:10 am »
Worthwhile considering Chroma's 63000 series in the same price range: http://www.chromaate.com/product/63000_series_Programmable_DC_Electronic_Load.htm   

I saw those but couldn't find anybody with advertised pricing. Do you know what price range they're in?
I had a proposal for 63003-150-40 - 1380 euro. It's with local taxes/shipping/etc. But Chroma said that fast resistance response is not that good (I requested like 1 ms response) with the unit (might be the same system as with Rigol/etc - which sets resistance programatically via on-board software, while Instek declared that in their dc load it is wired with analog loopback, which is a lot faster).

I suppose if you have requirements for ultra-low resistance/fast response time scenarios, then the GW would be better suited, as in the case of vape development. For everything else, the Chroma is better. https://www.arrow.com/en/products/63004-150-60/chroma-systems-solutions-inc

$1418, but after 10% off for first order with arrow, it's $1273 with free overnight shipping.
 
 


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