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Battery simulator

Battery simulator

Battery simulator

I am using for testing the quality of brand new battery chargers a battery simulator from Amperis, with this set the charger can inject up to 200 A. I wonder if someone knows a battery simulator that can be injected more current, since the Amperis battery simulator is not prepared for beeing connected in parallel.

RE: Battery simulator

The Current selection potentiometer of Amperis battery simulator is from 0 to 200 A.
Scotty UK, How much current can you inject with your solution?

RE: Battery simulator

At what voltage? The Torkel series has supplementary loading units which add about 15kW for each additional block.

After that you might look at Crestchic, Cressall or Mosebach for very large loading units.

RE: Battery simulator

I do not know if the Programma unit can test only batteries or besides chargers. I mean a battery charger tester, which is in deed an electronic load.

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