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or in the field. Flight Test Orange units are available for
on-aircraft use.
◗◗ Easy to Use-Plug and play and hot swap features make
the UA2000 easy to install and move between computers.
The unit is fully powered by the USB port.
◗◗ Peace of Mind-The UA2000 family is FCC, CE, and
RoHS compliant, comes with a 3-year warranty, and is
backed with industry-leading technical support.
For more information on Astronics and its solutions, visit
http://www.Astronics.com.

Power Grid Simulators
Chroma 61800 3U high series of regenerative grid
simulators include three
models with power ratings of 9 kVA, 12 kVA, and
15 kVA and include single phase and 3-phase operation. With
output voltage ranges up to 350 VLN and 606 VLL, each model
can achieve 700 VLN by a single phase 3-wire setup. Users
can increase output power by configuring up to three units in
parallel.
Chroma 61809/61812/61815 models are regenerative,
providing a complete energy-saving solution. The power generated by the DUT during the test can be easily fed back to the
grid, rather than dissipated as heat, which protects the environment and lowers the cost of operation. With this capability,
the 61809/61812/61815 models can be applied to applications
in green energy products, such as PV inverters, energy storage
systems (ESS), power conditioning systems (PCS), micro grids,
power hardware-in-the-loop (PHIL), electric vehicle power
supply equipment (EVSE), on-board charger (OBC) and bidirectional on-board charger (BOBC), etc.
For regulatory testing, 61809/61812/61815 models can
be applied to IEC 61000-3-2/-3- 3/-3-11/-3-12 (international
regulations for AC voltage testing), IEEE 1547/IEC 62116 (international regulations related to green power generation),
electric vehicle to grid (V2G) testing, electric vehicle to load
(V2L) testing, electric vehicle to home (V2H) testing, energy
storage system (ESS) testing.
The 61809/61812/61815 models are also able to provide
precision measurements such as RMS voltage, RMS current,
true power, power factor, current crest factor and many others. By applying advanced DSP technology, they can easily
simulate power line disturbance (PLD) using LIST, PULSE
and STEP modes. Additional features such as the waveform
synthesis function allows users to program various distorted harmonic waveforms required by some regulatory
standards.
With the intuitive 5 inch LCD touch screen interface, users
can quickly get familiar with the instrument's operation.
Find more information at http://www.chromausa.com.
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New Series of Data Loggers
CAS Dataloggers has announced the new Simple
Logger® series of data
loggers
from AEMC. The SL
family includes ten different small, one channel
recording devices powered by two AA alkaline batteries. Models are available for
recording AC voltage, DC voltage, DC current, temperature or
digital pulses and events. They are extremely easy to configure
with just a few parameters to setup-scaling, measurement
units and recording length can be configured through the free,
downloadable software.
They can be connected to a Windows PC using the Micro-B
USB cable included with the logger to display real-time graphs,
download and analyze data, print reports and export data.
The main advantage of the logger is its ability to begin recording with only the need to set a few parameters. Then, just a
simple button push is all you need. The front panel LED alerts
the operator of the logger's status.
Key Features:
◗◗ Quick two wire input connection
◗◗ Simple one button operation
◗◗ User configurable scaling, units of measure and recording length
◗◗ Powered by 2 standard replaceable AA batteries
◗◗ Storage for up to four million measurements
◗◗ Software for real-time trend graph display, data download, analysis and report generation
◗◗ Micro-B USB cable included
The SL data loggers are great for applications that require a
basic, easy to use device such as:
◗◗ Basic DC voltage measurement for circuit design troubleshooting, power supply profiling, sensor monitoring
◗◗ 4 to 20 mA DC process current monitoring
◗◗ AC voltage measurement to find sags and surges or when
combined with a current
◗◗ transducer to track energy usage
◗◗ Simple, single point temperature monitoring using thermocouples or RTD
◗◗ Pulse counting for flow meters or power/energy meters
◗◗ Event monitoring
For more information on the new AEMC Simple Logger series visit http://www.DataLoggerInc.com.

Multifunction Instrument Delivers
Exceptional Measurement and Control
Functionality
Marvin Test Solutions, Inc. has announced the release of the new
GX3722 Series Multifunction Analog and Digital I/O Instrument.

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