Intepro Introduces DC Electronic Load with Energy Recovery to AC Mains

TUSTIN, CA -- Intepro Systems introduces the ELR9000 Series of electronic DC loads. A unique feature of the ELR9000 Series is an integral, grid-synchronized inverter designed to return up to 94% of the load test energy back to the grid. The rack-mounted unit is available, off-the shelf, with output ratings of 3.5 kW, 7 kW and 10.5 kW — scalable to 105 kW.

The ELR9000 Series offers four common regulation modes: constant voltage, constant current, constant resistance and constant power. The FPGA-based operational controls include a function generator and a table-based regulation circuit for the simulation of non-linear internal resistances. Intepro's PowerStar 6 software package enables the creation of test routines using a drag-and-drop menu where coding can be performed without programming.

"Our new ELR9000 Series of electronic DC loads offers all the necessary features of today's electronic loads — plus the added benefit of energy recovery to mains," said Gerard Sheehan, Intepro's Chief Technical Officer. "Recovering the load energy reduces energy costs. It also offers a cost-effective alternative to the expensive cooling systems used by conventional air- and water-cooled loads to dissipate energy as heat."

Intepro Systems offers electronic loads as stand-alone units or as complete test systems. Maintenance contracts and onsite calibrations are also available for its test systems.

Price: starting at $8,186.00 (Model ELR 9080 -170 3U)

Availability: 8-12 weeks

DATASHEET: http://www.inteproate.com/PDFs/DC%20Sources%20and%20Loads/Intepro-ELR9000-Series%20updated.pdf  

For more details:
http://www.inteproate.com
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