Reliable advanced converters for variable frequency power, test and mains simulation up to 400Hz

2nd July 2012
ES Admin
Kikusui's PCR500M, PCR1000M and the PCR2000M are flexible high quality, compact, Variable Frequency AC Power Supplies with advanced testing-support features such as waveform-amplifier option plus 380V DC capability, weighing only 6kg-15kg.
Telonic, Kikusui's UK Distributor, extends these advanced converters into applications where reliability, precision-setting and measuring of variable AC power/frequency is critical to success. PCR power supplies offer greater flexibility - 40Hz through 500Hz 0-270VAC - with DC offset capabilities. Kikusui’s advanced feature-set extends the simulation/testing of mains, EMC, Margin-test, aviation and automotive testing applications, all with settable protection limits and high accuracy e.g. set frequency to 0.1Hz resolution.

The new frequency converters combine AC, DC and AC+DC output functions, memory, current limit and selectable start phase for the fullest possible range of tests and simulations – even a simple waveform-in option, making PCR a power amplifier supply for transient/disruption/anomaly tests.

With built-in measurement it’s easy to monitor load response across a wide range of tests: Mains Supply Margin, brown-out testing, EMC testing for Aviation and Automotive - including voltage, current and power of its AC and its DC output. apparent power, reactive power, power factor, crest factor and current peak hold. Kikusui PCR Frequency Converters all come complete with RS-232C interface plus control and logging software (standard). Further options to provide GPIB, USB and an advanced analogue-input interface enables the PCR range of to be configured as versatile power amplifiers producing arbitrary waveform/functions.

PCR500/1000/2000M can be purchased from Wokingham based Telonic Instruments. We also have a hire option along with a wide range of higher-power and advanced measurement/oscilloscope/ spectrum-analyser instruments.

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