The connection rule of Electionic Load

1. Electronic Load testing connection

When the Current/Watt rating exceeds the Plug-in unit rating.
Two or more Plug-in units may be parallelled to increase the power rating. Different electronic load modules (such as a 3310 and a 3320) may be parallelled together.

Delete short key of Electronic Load is recommended for parallel operation.

Prodigit strongly advises against series wiring of Electronic Loads.



2. Vsense and Imonitor connection

Due to the large changes of load current will cause a voltage drop on the conductor, the Vsense input BNC is designed to compensate this condition. Prodigit 3310/3320 series Electronic Loads are equipped with Auto-Vsense capability. The DVM will measure Load input binding post when Vsense BNC to clip cable is not used. The DVM will measure the power supply output terminal voltage when Vsense cable is used, the connection diagram is shown below :


Imonitor BNC output is used to monitor the load current flow through the Electronic Load,Imonitor output is 10V F.S for Prodigit 3310/3320 series, it is normally connected to an oscilloscop for dynamic current wave form monitor, the Imonitor signal is opto-isolated to Load input common for 3310 series Electronic Load, this can eliminate the Ground loop when connects to an oscilloscope, because the Ch1 and Ch2's common on an oscilloscope is connected(not a diffential input.
3. Multipule output (both +/-) power supply testing connection

There is a rule for connection between a multiple output power supply and a multi-channel Electronic Load: Rule: The potential of Electronic Load's positive input (Red binding post) must be higher than the Negative input (black binding post)


The above example shows a four output power supply connects to four channel Electronic Load.