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Compact iX & i Series
Power Systems
750VA-2250VA
Programmable AC and DC
Power Source / Analyzer
Combination AC and DC Power
Source and Power Analyzer
Replace multiple instruments with a
single multifunction unit
Single & Three Phase Operation
Maximum output of 750VA per phase
Integrated System
The Compact iX Series represents a new generation AC and DC power source that addresses
increasing demands on test equipment to perform additional functions at a lower cost. By
combining a flexible AC/DC power source with a high performance power analyzer, the
Compact iX Series is capable of handling complex applications that have traditionally required
multiple systems.
The sleek integrated approach of the Compact iX Series avoids cable clutter that is commonly
found in test systems. All connections are made internally and the need for digital multimeters,
power harmonics analyzers, and current shunts or clamps is eliminated.
750 VA to 2250 VA of Output Power
Since many components in the Compact iX Series are shared between the AC/DC source and
the power analyzer, the total cost of the integrated system is less than the typical cost of a
multiple unit system.
Arbitrary Waveform Generation
For less demanding applications, the Compact i Series provides similar output and transient
capabilities as the Compact iX Series, as well as basic power measurements.
Cost effective power source
User defined voltage waveform and
distortion programming (iX Series)
Built-in Digital Power Analyzer
Analyze frequency and time domain of
both voltage and current (iX Series)
Rackmountable
Space-saving rackmount chassis
Scope Capture Capability
Built in voltage and current waveform
acquisition capability (iX Series)
Powerful Programing Software
Powerful, yet easy to use, instrument
control software included (Avionics test
software also available)
Constant Power Mode
Provides increased current at reduced
voltage to maximize efficiency
Easy To Use Controls
Both the Compact iX and i Series are microprocessor controlled and can be operated from
an easy to use front panel keypad. Commonly used functions are grouped logically and are
directly accessible from the keypad. This eliminates the need to search through various levels
of menus and/or soft keys.
A large analog control knob can be used to quickly slew output parameters. This knob is
controlled by a dynamic rate change algorithm that combines the benefits of precise control
over small parameter changes, with quick sweeps through the entire range.
Applications
With precise output regulation and accuracy, the Compact iX Series AC/DC sources address
many application areas for AC and DC power testing. The Compact iX also provides a high
load current capability, single and three phase output modes, and built-in power analyzer
measurements. Additional features, including line distortion simulation (LDS) and arbitrary
waveform generation, address product quality and regulatory compliance testing.
Product Evaluation and Test
Increasingly, manufacturers of electronic equipment and appliances are required to fully
evaluate and test their products over a wide range of input line conditions. The built-in output
transient generation and readback measurement capability offers the convenience of an easy
to use and fully integrated test system.
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ISO 9001:2000
Compact iX Series - Measurement and Analysis
Avionics
With an output frequency range to 1000 Hz, at up to 300 VRMS, the Compact
iX Series is well suited for aerospace applications. Precise frequency control
and accurate load regulation are key requirements in these applications. The
standard IEEE-488 control interface and SCPI command language provide
for easy integration into existing ATE systems. Since the Compact iX Series
can eliminate the need for several additional pieces of test equipment,
and occupies a minimal amount of rack space, it significantly saves cost
and space. Options are available for popular avionics test routines such as:
DO-160, ABD-0100, MIL-STD-704A-F, and Boeing 7E73B-0147.
The three phase Compact iX (2253i/iX) configuration offers independent
waveform generation on each phase allowing three phase anomalies to be
programmed and also allows simulation of unbalanced line conditions.
Remote Control
Standard and optional remote control interfaces allow programming of
all instrument functions from an external computer. The popular SCPI
command protocol is used for programming. Drivers for several popular
instrumentation programming environments are available to facilitate
systems integration of the Compact i/iX Series. Instrument drivers for
popular programming environments such as National Instruments
LabView™ are available to speed up system integration.
Arbitrary Waveform Generation (Compact iX Series only)
Using the provided Instrument Control Software, the user also has the
ability to define arbitrary AC waveforms. The arbitrary waveform method
of data entry provides an alternative method of specifying AC anomalies
by providing specific waveform data points. The Instrument Control
Software includes a catalog of custom waveforms.
Arbitrary waveform capability is a flexible way of simulating the effect of
real-world AC power line conditions in both engineering and production
environments.
AC/DC Transient Generation
Instrument Control Software
Windows® Instrument Control Software is included with the Compact iX
and i Series1 . This software provides easy access to the power source’s
capabilities without the need to develop any custom code. The following
functions are available:
The Compact iX and i Series controllers have a powerful AC and DC
transient generation system that allows complex sequences of voltage,
frequency and waveshapes to be generated. This further enhances
the Compact i/iX’s capability to simulate AC line conditions or DC
disturbances. When combined with the multi phase arbitrary waveform
capabilities, the AC and DC output possibilities are truly exceptional. In
three phase system configurations, transient generation is controlled
independently yet time synchronized on all three phases. Accurate
• Steady state output control (all parameters)
• Create, run, save, reload & print transient programs
• Generate & save harmonic waveforms [iX only]
• Generate & save arbitrary waveforms [iX only]
• Measure & log standard measurements
• Capture & display output voltage & current waveforms [iX only]
• Measure, display, print & log harmonic voltage & current measurements [iX only]
• Display bus traffic to & from the AC Source to help you develop your own test programs.
1. Requires PC running Windows Vista™, Windows XP™, or Windows 2000™.
phase angle control and synchronized transient list execution provide
unparalleled accuracy in positioning AC output events.
Harmonic Waveform Generation
Transient programming is easily accomplished from the front panel where
clearly laid out menu’s guide the user through the transient definition
process. The front panel allows for transient execution, Start, Stop, Abort
and Resume operations.
Using the latest DSP technology, the Compact iX Series controller is capable
of generating harmonic waveforms to test for harmonics susceptibility of
a unit under test. The Instrument Control Software can be used to define
harmonic waveforms by specifying amplitude and phase for up to 50 harmonics. The waveform data points are generated and downloaded by the
Instrument Control Software to the AC source through either the Remote
Interface bus and remain in nonvolatile memory. Up to 50 waveforms can
be stored and given a user defined name for easy recall.
ISO 9001:2000
User defined transient sequences can be saved to nonvolatile memory
for instant recall and execution at a later time. The included Instrument
Control Software supports transient definitions using a spreadsheet-like
data entry grid. A library of frequently used transient programs can be
created on disk.
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Compact iX Series - Specifications
Model
751i/iX
1501i/iX
2253i/iX
Input
Voltage:
115Vrms +/- 10%
230Vrms +/- 10%
115Vrms +/- 10%
230Vrms +/- 10%
115Vrms - 230Vrms +/- 10%
Frequency:
47 - 63 Hz
47 - 63 Hz
47 - 63 Hz
Current:
<8.5 Arms @ 115 V
<4.4 Arms @ 230 V
<17 Arms @ 115 V
<8.8 Arms @ 230 V
<20 Arms @ 115 V (Output power not to exceed 1500 VA @ 100 V input)
<15 Arms @ 230 V
PF:
0.97 (typical @ full load)
0.97 (typical @ full load)
0.98 (typical @ full load)
Efficiency:
80%
80%
77%
AC Output
Voltage:
High Range: 0 - 300Vrms
Low Range: 0 - 150Vrms
0 - 300Vrms
0 - 150Vrms
0 - 300Vrms
0 - 150Vrms
Max. Current:
High Range: 3.25Arms
Low Range: 6.5Arms
6.5Arms
13Arms
3.25Arms (per phase)
6.5Arms (per phase)
Peak Current:
High Range: 20 A Peak
Low Range: 10 A Peak
40 A Peak
20 A Peak
20 A Peak
10 A Peak
AC Power:
750VA
1500VA
750VA (per phs)
Distortion:
< 1% THD
< 1% THD
< 1% THD
DC Output
Voltage:
High Range: 0 - 400Vdc
Low Range: 0 - 200Vdc
0 - 400Vdc
0 - 200Vdc
0 - 400Vdc
0 - 200Vdc
Max. Current:
High Range: 1.67Adc @ 300V
Low Range: 1.67Adc @ 150V
3.33Adc @ 300V
1.67Adc @ 150V
1.67Adc @ 300V (per phase)
3.33Adc @ 150V (per phase)
High Range:
500W
1000W
500W (per output)
Low Range:
250W
250W
250W (per output)
Range:
16 – 1000Hz
16 – 1000Hz
16 – 1000Hz
Resolution:
0.01 Hz (16 – 81.91 Hz),
0.1 Hz (– 82.0 – 819.1 Hz)
1 Hz (820– 1000 Hz)
0.01 Hz (16 – 81.91 Hz),
0.1 Hz (– 82.0 – 819.1 Hz)
1 Hz (820–1000 Hz)
0.01 Hz (16 – 81.91 Hz),
0.1 Hz (– 82.0 – 819.1 Hz)
1 Hz (819 Hz – 1000 Hz)
Accuracy:
0.025%
0.025%
0.025%
Voltage Accuracy:
0.1% FS
0.1% FS
0.1% FS
Current Accuracy:
0.5% FS
0.5% FS
0.5% FS
Frequency
Measurements
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions
H: 3.5“ (89mm),
W: 19” (483mm),
D: 23“ (584mm)
H: 3.5“ (89mm),
W: 19” (483mm),
D: 23“ (584mm)
H: 5.25“ (133mm),
W: 19” (483mm),
D: 23“ (584mm)
Weight:
55 lbs (25kg)
66 lbs (30kg)
58 lbs (26kg)
Operating Temperature:
0-40°C
0-40°C
0-40°C
USB:
Standard
Standard
Standard
GPIB:
Option (i) Std (iX)
Option (i) Std (iX)
Option (i) Std (iX)
LAN:
Option (iX)
Option (iX)
Option (iX)
N/A
N/A
Standard
Interfaces
RS232:
Note:
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications are warranted over an ambient temperature range of 25°± 5° C. Unless otherwise noted, specifications are per phase for a sinewave with a resistive
load and apply after a 30 minute warm-up period. For three phase configurations, all specifications are for L-N. Phase angle specifications are valid under balanced load conditions only.
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ISO 9001:2000
Ordering Information
Feature Comparison
Standard controller versions with single voltage range:
Model
Output Phase
Power Output
AC
750 VA
1
751i/iX
Max. Current per phase
Input
Low V range High V range
Voltage
AC
DC
AC
DC
6.5
1.67
3.25
1.67 115/230V
1501i/iX
1.5 kVA
1
13.0
1.67
6.5
3.3
2253i/iX
2.25 kVA
3
6.5
3.33
3.25
1.67 115-230V
Controller:
i
iX
AC mode
x
x
DC mode
x
x
AC+DC mode
115/230V
Transient
programming
x
x
Arbitrary
waveforms
Constant Power Chart
Measurements
100%
x
x
x
x
Current
(RMS) 90%
Harmonic
measurements
x
76%
Waveform
acquisition
x
50%
Full
Power
Model:
Refer to table shown for model numbers and
configurations.
20%
0%
5%
25%
50%
76%
100%
Supplied with:
User Manual, Programming Manual, Software
(all on CD ROM)
Voltage (RMS)
Note: Constant power mode provides increased current at reduced voltage. Maximum available current shown.
Options
-160
Compact 750/1501 i/iX Rear Panel
-704
-704F
-ABD
-ABL
-B787
-EXS
-LAN
-LF
-LKM
-LKS
-MODE
Compact 2253 i/iX Rear Panel
-RMS
-RPF
-RPV
-WHM
Note:
RTCA/DO-160D/E and EUROCAE test
firmware. Refer to -160 option data sheet
for details.
Mil Std 704D/E test firmware. Refer to
-704 option datasheet for details.
Mil Std 704 Revision A-F test firmware.
Airbus Directive 0100.1.8 tests.
ABLE Command
Boeing 787B3-0147 tests.
External Sync Input.
Ethernet Lan Interface (RJ45 Connector)
(iX Only).
Limits maximum frequency to 500Hz.
Clock/Lock Master
Clock/Lock Auxiliary
Allows all three amplifier outputs to be
combined on phase A output terminal.
No external switching or reconnection
to the load is required (2253 only).
Rackmount Slides (2253 Only)
Remote programming frequency.
Remote programming voltage.
Watt-hour measurement.
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications are warranted over an ambient temperature range of 25°± 5° C. Unless otherwise noted, specifications are per phase for a sinewave with a resistive
load and apply after a 30 minute warm-up period. For three phase configurations, all specifications are for L-N. Phase angle specifications are valid under balanced load conditions only.
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