Programmable DC Electronic Load

XT9812 DC Electronic Load is a new generation product from XiTRON. The XT9812 is designed for LED driver or DC Power Supply applications. There is a special circuit that has been designed primarily for the LED driver. The design utilizes high performance semiconductors that are high speed and high accuracy, with resolutions of 0.1 mV and 0.01 mA (the basic accuracy is 0.03%, the basic current rise speed is 2.5 A/us).

XT9812 Series LED Electronic Load for LED Power Driver Test


The XT9812 has wide applications from production line settings to the engineering bench. Target markets include the following type of manufacturers and markets; LED driver, cell phone charger, cell phone battery, electronic vehicle battery, switching power supply and linear power supply manufacturers, research institutes, automotive electronics, aeronautics and astronautics, solar cells and fuel cell markets.

  • Six high speed operating modes: 1. Constant Current (CC); 2. Constant Resistance (CR); 3. Constant Voltage (CV); 4. Constant Wattage (CW); 5. Constant Current (CC) + Constant Voltage (CV); and 6. Constant Resistance (CR)+ Constant Wattage (CW)
  • LED mode supports LED power driver test, provides steady reading, and capacitance sensitive driver compatible
  • Over current, over voltage, over power, over heating and reversed polarity protection
  • High-luminance VFD screen
  • Intelligent fan system that is automatically activated based on temperature changes
  • Soft-start time setting runs the power supply according to the pre-set voltage value
  • Battery and short-circuit testing functions
  • Capable of dynamic testing with rising edge and falling edge settings
  • Supports external trigger of input and output
  • External current waveform monitor terminal
  • Supports remote voltage compensation and multi data storage
  • Power-on-self-test, software calibration ready, and standard rack mountable
  • Arbitrary waveform editing
  • USB interface

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