Electrical network test system A series
impedance

electrical network test system
electrical network test system
electrical network test system
electrical network test system
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for electrical networks
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impedance

Description

iDRC provides corresponding models for the testing of magnetic tripping breakers, heat tripping breakers, and measuring tripping breakers. From couples of amperes to tens of thousands of amperes currents are available. The output current is sinusoidal wave and the distortion rate of the first cycle meets with magnetic trip test standards. - CCBT start current - CCBT output current waveform CCBT SERIES is full-digitalized design and 4 individual RISC CPU multiplex. Moreover, it generates waveform by DDS and measures output voltage and current by using alternative sampling. CCBT SERIES built-in accurate timer is full range setting and millisecond resolution. Standard frequency: 45Hz to 65Hz Customized frequency: 400Hz, 800Hz, and special ones are acceptable. CCBT series can immediately measure tripping current, load impedance, tripping time and other parameters. CCBT series provides both RS-232 and RS-485 interface. The baud rate can be up to 57600bps. RS-232 is compatible with SCPI command, and GPIB interface can be purchased optionally. RS-485 interface is compatible with MODBUS. It can be connected with PLC. CCBT series can connect maximum 245 units via RS-485 interface and it is suitable for long-distance use. LAN to RS-485 interface converter is optional. Five windows sets: Each set is 5 digits display. CCBT series uses Encoder and Shift keys for accurate, easy adjustment and set-up. It also has a KEY LOCK function.

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