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GW Instek APS-7100 Programmable AC Power Supply

Manufacturer part number: 7100
1000VA
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The APS-7000 is a series of programmable linear AC power supply, with the height of 2U and output frequency range is 45 to 500Hz, the maximum rated output for APS-7050 is 500VA, 310Vrms, 4.2Arms, and APS-7100 is 1000VA, 310Vrms, 8.4Arms. The APS-003 option extends the maximum output voltage to 600Vrms and maximum output frequency of 999.9Hz. The APS-7000 series comprises nine measurement and test functions (Vrms, Irms, F, Ipk, W, VA, PF, Ipk hold, CF), and provides user interface similar to that of AC Power Meter. The APS-7000 series is ideal for the LED industry and standby mode power consumption test. To meet the test criteria of line voltage fluctuation often seen in consumer electronics, APS-7000 series AC sources not only supply a stable source of AC, they also feature five methods to cope with special purpose or abnormal voltage, frequency, and phase.

Ten sets of the Simulate mode simulate power outage, voltage increase, and voltage drop; ten sets of the Sequence mode allow users to define parameters and produce sine wave by editing steps; ten sets of the Program mode can edit AC waveform output and define the ceiling and floor level of measurement items for different DUT; Ramp Control allows users to set the variation speed for output voltage rise and fall; Surge/Dip Control simulates DUTs input power producing a Surge or Dip voltage overlapping with output voltage waveform at a specific time.

The APS-7000 series is ideal to produce complicated waveforms and transients to verify electronic product operation under adverse conditions.

  • Calibration Certificate
  • Output Capacity: 1000VA
  • Output Voltage: 0 to 310.0Vrms
  • Output Current: 8.4A/4.2Arms
  • Arbitrary Waveform Function
  • Surge/ Dip control for output artificial surges or dips in voltage to a DUT
  • Measurement function comprises Voltage, Current, Power, Apparent Power, Current(peak), IPKH, Frequency, Power Factor, Crest Factor
  • Ten sets of the Sequence mode, Simulate mode, and Programming mode
  • Ten sets of Preset allow users to store ten settings
  • Sequence, Simulate, and Program automatically execute output after the equipment power is on
  • SCPI Emulation, LabVIEW Driver
  • Standard interface: USB Host, LAN
  • Remote control: Sync Output, Program mode signal output, Trigger In/Out, Output on/off
  • 4.3 inch TFT-LCD Display
  • 88mm (2U) case height
Description

The APS-7000 is a series of programmable linear AC power supply, with the height of 2U and output frequency range is 45 to 500Hz, the maximum rated output for APS-7050 is 500VA, 310Vrms, 4.2Arms, and APS-7100 is 1000VA, 310Vrms, 8.4Arms. The APS-003 option extends the maximum output voltage to 600Vrms and maximum output frequency of 999.9Hz. The APS-7000 series comprises nine measurement and test functions (Vrms, Irms, F, Ipk, W, VA, PF, Ipk hold, CF), and provides user interface similar to that of AC Power Meter. The APS-7000 series is ideal for the LED industry and standby mode power consumption test. To meet the test criteria of line voltage fluctuation often seen in consumer electronics, APS-7000 series AC sources not only supply a stable source of AC, they also feature five methods to cope with special purpose or abnormal voltage, frequency, and phase.

Ten sets of the Simulate mode simulate power outage, voltage increase, and voltage drop; ten sets of the Sequence mode allow users to define parameters and produce sine wave by editing steps; ten sets of the Program mode can edit AC waveform output and define the ceiling and floor level of measurement items for different DUT; Ramp Control allows users to set the variation speed for output voltage rise and fall; Surge/Dip Control simulates DUTs input power producing a Surge or Dip voltage overlapping with output voltage waveform at a specific time.

The APS-7000 series is ideal to produce complicated waveforms and transients to verify electronic product operation under adverse conditions.