The Superior Multi-output Programmable Power
The Superior
Multi-output
Programmable Power
Supply System
HORIZON ELECTRONICS
T
he Best Choice for Your ATE Application
The TESTRON 2400 is a 2KW programmable multipleoutput D.C. Power Supply System.
Each 19" by 5 1/4" chassis is user configurable by
selecting up to eight power modules. The 1/8 width
modules range from 160W to 720W (rated up to 40A),
2/8 width modules ranging from 640W up
to 1.6KW (rated up to 80A) and 3/8
width high power modules provide
2KW/2.4KW or more, limited by
the chassis power envelope, rated
up to 80A. Modules of different
power ratings can be combined in
the same chassis.
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All functions can be programmed via IEEE-488 or
RS-232 , or manually commanded and monitored from
the front panel for convenient hands-on, testing and
debugging.
Fully GPIB & RS232 controlled
True single-box solution
19" by 51/4" (3U) chassis, up to 8 modules
Modules from 160W to 720W (up to 40A) in 1/8 width
Modules from 640W to 1.6KW (up to 80A) in 2/8 width
High power modules: 2KW or more limited by the chassis
power envelope (up to 80A) in 3/8 width
Easy integration due to ready-to-use drivers for
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LabView™, LabWindows/- CVI™, TestPoint™ and
AtEasy™ software packages.
Individual module processor control
Flexible power envelope: 2KW/2.4KW (standard),
2.4KW/2.6KW (optional)
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Power envelope monitoring and control
Expandable system (up to 16 modules)
Modules built-in polarity and isolation relays
Readback of voltage and current
External synchronization
Extensive D.U.T. protection features
Workpoint window warning
Multi-channel 10 store/recall locations
99 steps auto sequencing
Easy, software-based calibration
Local panel and keyboard
Low ripple and noise
Power factor correction, wide range mains operation
Fast response
Fits your needs
Standard Power Modules
The TESTRON 2400 is the best choice for a power system that
1/8 width 1/8 width 1/8 width 2/8 width 3/8 width
fits your needs.
80A *(4)
By choosing the modules with the voltage and current ratings
0-8V
20A
40A
- as you need for each output, get the best fit to your
0-18V
10A
20A
40A
80A *(4)
0-36V
5A
10A
20A
40A
80A *(4,5)
0-80V
2.5A
5A
9A
20A
40A *(5)
0-160V
1.25A
2.5A
4.5A
10A
20A *(5)
requirements.
True single-box solution
The TESTRON 2400 allows the combination of high and low
* Custom modules available upon request
power modules in the same box providing a true single-box
* (4) Available without internal polarity and disconnect relays
solution, saving space and money.
* (5) The maximal output power is limited by the chassis power envelope
S
upreme Power Flexibility:
2KW Continuous, 2.4KW Intermittent (Standard Units)
Module No. 1
2
720w
3
4
720w
360w
5
6
720w
7
8
1
720w
360w
2
720w
360w
3
4
720w
360w
5
6
720w
8
720w
360w
180w
7
360w
180w
Oparation at time t1
Oparation at time t2
Installation
and Operation
Example
Total used power (@t1, t2): 2,000W
Total installed modules power: 4,140W
Supreme flexibility: install modules in the physical space
It automatically alerts the host in case of a brief violation - up
available, regardless of power! (More than 6KW in power
to 2,400W overall power for up to 30 Seconds, and
modules can be installed per chassis).
automatically shuts down the system in case of severe violation.
Just draw the power you need from the installed modules,
This unique feature offers outstanding flexibility in power
provided the overall 2KW chassis power envelope is observed
utilization: power can be drawn from different channels at
during operation. TESTRON 2400 continuously monitors the
different times from the same power system, providing a
system, ensuring the power envelope condition is not violated.
compact and inexpensive solution.
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H
igh Power Option: 2.4KW
Continuous, 2.6KW Intermittent
For high power systems applications a higher power rated
chassis option is available featuring 2.4KW continuous and
2.6KW intermittent output usable power.
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By using a simple "English-like” set of commands, the
• Load Voltage, Output Voltage and Load Current Readback
TESTRON 2400 is easily programmed via a GPIB or RS-232C
• All Programmed Parameters
communication link, even for the novice user.
• System Status
A well-structured extended command set covering the many
• Channel Status
new features of the TESTRON 2400 and compliance with the
• System and Channel Errors
IEEE488.2 standard provide a familiar and easy to use instrument
• Synchronization to Commands Execution
asy programming
eadback Functions
to the experienced user.
Easy integration due to ready-to-use drivers for LabView™,
LabWindows/- CVI™ TestPoint™ and AtEasy™ software
packages.
P
rogrammable Functions
• Voltage and Current Setting
• O.V. and O.C. Protection
• Individual and Global Output ON/OFF
• Modules Built-In Output Relays
• Five Current Limit Types
• Work-point Window Warning
• Reprogramming Delay
• Local Panel Lockout
• Power-on Values Retain, or Initialize
• Multi-channel Settings Store and Recall
• Outputs Synchronization
• Maskable Events and SRQ Generation
• Selectable Response to Controller’s Communications
Time-Out
• Versatile Modules Shut-Down-on-Fault Setups
• Easy, Software - Based Calibration
• Two-level, Six Frequencies Simulated Ripple
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O
ffloading Your A.T.E Controller
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Work Point Window Warning
The TESTRON 2400 can continuously monitor the voltage and
Vhigh
Expected
Operating
Range
current to stay within programmed levels, offloading your
controller from routine checks.
Vlow
As a limit value is reached, an SRQ is generated over the GPIB,
and the event is reported.
Ilow
Ihigh
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V1
Multi-channel Settings Store and Recall
Up to ten multi-channel settings can be stored and recalled,
either manually or via the GPIB (or RS-232).
V2
V3
The values are stored in a battery backed up memory.
RCL1
RCL2 RCL3
RCL4
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Ramp Function
When searching for certain D.U.T. reaction points within a
range, ramp up or down (voltage or current) just by
programming initial value, final value and time interval. This
feature avoids tedious values programming loops, as well as
traffic over the GPIB.
V2
V1
t
"Operation Complete" Indication
Reporting an "Operation Complete" event avoids unnecessary
fixed delays or check loops.
This feature also provides automatic synchronization (i.e. change
the output of module 2 when module 4 has finished ramping).
Automatic Polarity Reversal
When enabled, the modules output voltage can be programmed
using a signed value (i.e. -3.52) removing the need to check
for the requested polarity and send a polarity command.
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tand-Alone Operation
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4
6
2
For autonomous operation (like burn-in cycles), sequences can
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be programmed by using recall states with programmable
5
duration.
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Eight Steps Cycle Example
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E
asy Synchronization
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Synchronization of single or multiple operations can be achieved
OUT 1
15V
by hardware or by software.
OUT 2
10V
OUT 3
5V
0V
Hardware Trigger-in (or software trigger command) allows the
synchronization of multi-channels reaction. Just "ARM" the
C. Limit
modules and program the new parameters. At Trigger arrival,
t1
t2
t3
t4
t5
ARM
SET I1,2 SET V2,9 SET V1,6 TRIG
t
Arm-Set-Trig Sequence
execution takes place.
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The Operation Complete Mechanism provides synchronized
serialization of operations.
15V
10V
A sync-out provision for "command performed" allows external
5V
0V
synchronization.
This gives the ATE system the fastest performance by avoiding
t
SET V1,15
fixed delays.
SRQ
Sync-Out Operation
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P
TESTRON 2400 features a unique hardware ON/OFF control
Relays for output disconnection and for polarity reversal are
scheme. The system can be shutdown by applying a voltage
standard (modules without relays are available).
or by shorting two pins at the ON/OFF rear connector. Positive
The relays may be operated by specific user requests or
or negative logic can be used. Applications include "Panic
programmed to operate automatically when appropriate.
n/Off Control
olarity And Isolation Relays
Switch", hardware emergency shutdown, etc.
An output - floating contact - "ON" indication is provided for
shutting down external units.
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imple, Software-Based
Front Panel Calibration
A versatile programmable shut-on-fault software mechanism
provides even more on/off options.
Calibrate your TESTRON 2400 without removing the unit from
its site. Calibrate the unit within minutes using a calibrated
multimeter, a calibrated shunt and a load.
Calibration mode access is password protected.
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C
urrent Limitation Versatility
According to the load (D.U.T.), the user may select the most suitable protection from the five following options:
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Vset
Constant Voltage with current limited to the Iset value, or
Constant Current with voltage limited to the Vset value.
Iset
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V
Vset
Foldback to 30% of the current limit for low short-circuit
current.
30% *Iset
Iset
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V
Vset
Constant voltage with current limit and foldback for special
70% *Vset
power supply simulation.
30% *Iset
Iset
I
V
Vset
Retry: when the current limit is reached, the corresponding
output is shut-down for three seconds, then restored again.
Following five consecutive current limit events, the corresponding
output is shut-down.
Current
Limit
Retry 1.....5
t
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Vset
Single event shut-down for extra-sensitive loads: when the
C.L. value is reached, the corresponding output is shut-down.
Current
Limit
Shut Down
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C
ontrol Board For Driving External Hardware
A 1/8 size driver module can be combined with the power
The module offers eight open collector outputs capable of
modules in the chassis allowing easy control of external
sinking up to 1A each, along with auxiliary 12V, 24V and 48V
hardware such as relays.
outputs.
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E
xpandable System
The LCD Display…
LED Indicators…
Modes of Operation…
Is used for local control over the Power
Depict the state of the communication
Are changed by a touch of a
The TESTRON 2400 system can expand to provide up to 16
Supply System and gives “at a glance”
channel and emphasize error conditions.
key. One key moves in and out
outputs, delivering up to 38KW under a single GPIB address
status of the whole system.
The ALARM indicator attracts attention
of the programming, status
(or RS-232 link), just by adding one or more extension slave
Selected Programming Menu items are
to faults and warnings so none will be
and the set-up modes of
units to the controller chassis.
clearly displayed along with guiding
missed.
operation.
It's just as easy as interconnecting between the master chassis
information.
and the slave chassis via the net (proprietary communication
data link) connector at the rear panel. No operational differences
exist between internal and external power modules.
Mains - On indication
ON/OFF Convenient
automatic circuit breaker.
Self-test procedure is carried
out at power-on.
Handles for physical
protection and ease of
handling. (Customer
removable)
Values…
Module’s output connectors
Browsing Through
the Menu…
Change…
One Key Output On/Off…
Can be either entered directly
Is achieved through the
Enable emergency turn off of
using the entry keys or
Horizontal (left/right)
use of 10 sets of
the whole power supply and a
“flipped” (increment /
and vertical (up/down)
nonvolatile save areas
synchronized turn on.
decrement) using the
browsing make
holding all programmed
The same key is used for the
selection keys.
programming the
parameters, not including
individual channel on/off set-
Testron 2400 as easy as
the power-on state
up simplifying the supply
pressing a key.
memory.
operation.
Provision for rails installation
GPIB address
selection
GPIB
RS-232
net: serial link for
system expansion
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trig in
sync
on-off control
out
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E
xtensive Protection Features
• Local operation lockout
To avoid unintentional programming from the front panel, just
send the LOCAL LOCKOUT command.
An extensive group of protection features has been implemented
in the TESTRON 2400 to assure maximal protection to your
load (D.U.T.).
• Extensive power-up self-test
At power-up the TESTRON 2400 runs an extensive self-test
routine to assure proper functioning.
• Global ON/OFF
Removing power from all outputs is as easy as pressing a
• On-the-fly self-tests
As the system operates, self-tests are constantly being
• Programmable events generation
Protection faults and warning alarms can generate SRQ over
the GPIB. The activating conditions (masks) for the alarms and
the SRQ generation are user programmable.
button, or sending the "OUT 0" command.
performed, without interfering with normal operation.
• User initiated self-tests
Upon user request, the TESTRON 2400 performs an extensive
self-test, without interfering with normal operation.
• Controller communications monitoring
A variety of responses can be selected for the TESTRON 2400
to take when the communications with its controller have
• Five programmable current limitations
For optimal load protection, one of five types of current
limitation can be programmed for each output.
timed-out.
• ON/OFF output hardware indication
A hardware output indication is provided regarding the operation
• Automatic (or programmable) O.V. and O.C.
protection
Over Voltage and Over Current protection values are user
of the system. In the event of a failure, this feature allows you
to turn-off other equipment.
corresponding output shuts down.
• Over heating protection
In case the temperature rises over the allowed level the system
is shut down till the temperature decreases sufficiently. Then
the system reassumes operation.
• Sense disconnect protection
Sense lines are provided to compensate for distribution lines
• Power envelope protection
The overall power available from the chassis is continuously
voltage drops. Immediate module shut down occurs in the
monitored. If the 2KW limit is briefly violated (up to 2,400W
event of excessive voltage drop on the sense lines.
for up to 30 Sec.), the host is alerted. If the power limit is
programmable. By default they are autotracking, being
Vset+10% for the voltage protection, and Iset+10% for the
current protection. In the event of O.V. or O.C., the
severely violated (either more than 2KW for longer than 30
• Output disconnect relays
In case of channel shutdown, the output relays disconnect
Sec. or more than 2.4KW peak power) the system alerts the
host and shuts-down.
immediately.
For high power units (2.4KW continuous), If the 2.4KW limit
• Selectable output group shuts down together in
is briefly violated (up to 2,600W for up to 30 Sec.), the host
case of failure
is alerted. If the power limit is severely violated (either more
Modules can be grouped to shut down together in case of a
than 2.4KW for longer than 30 Sec. or more than 2.6KW peak
failure in one of the group's member.
power) the system alerts the host and shuts-down.
• Programmable shutdown on non-fault events
The TESTRON 2400 can treat non-fault events (i.e. warning
events) as faults and activate its shutdown mechanism.
• Mains voltage out-of range protection
The TESTRON 2400 will shut down in case of mains
out of range voltage.
Low acoustic noise operation
Power factor correction (P.F.C)
The TESTRON 2400 features a unique cooling strategy achieving
Power Factor Correction to keep the mains current to a minimal
silent operation due to the independent speed control of each
value with minimal harmonic distortion (IEC555).
of its three fans - cooling mainly the warmer modules.
Active current sinking for fast response
The TESTRON 2400 features active current sinking for faster response due to output/load capacitors discharge at down-programming.
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G
eneral Specifications
Mains Operation
Regular unit – Po up to 2KW cont’
170V-230V
Iin<20A nominal
200V-265V
Iin<15A nominal
Nom’ 120V, Po<1KW
Iin<15A nominal
High power unit – Po up to 2.4KW cont’
170V-265V
Iin<20A nominal
Nom’ 120V, Po<1KW
Iin<15A nominal
Below the minimum specified input voltage range, consult factory for derating information.
Mains frequency: 45Hz to 66Hz.
Power Factor Correction (P.F.C.)
Temperature Coefficient
Power Factor Correction to meet EN61000-3-2 Current
Voltage Programming:
0.01% per ºC
Harmonics and EN61000-3-3 Voltage Fluctuations (IEC555).
Current Programming:
0.02% per ºC
Inrush Current
Up to 100% of specified nominal current.
Voltage Readback:
0.01% per ºC
Current Readback:
0.02% per ºC
Long Term Drift
Output change after 30 min. warm-up, over an interval of 8
hours under constant load, line and temperature conditions
is 0.03%.
Input Mains Protection
Circuit breaker switch on the front panel.
Environmental Conditions
Storage temperature: -20ºC to 70ºC
Remote Sensing
Operating temperature: 0ºC to 55ºC (LCD to 50ºC).
Up to 4V can be dropped over the two load lines together (i.e.
Derate output current/power 1% per ºC from 30ºC to 55ºC.
1.5V + 2.5V). At 2.5 Volt a warning event will be generated,
EMI/RFI Compliance
European Standards:
Electromagnetic Emissions and Immunity - meets Council
alerting over sense voltage drop condition, and at 4V the
module will be shut down.
The load lines drop subtracts from the voltage available for
Directive 89/336/EEC:
Electromagnetic Emissions:
the load.
EN61326: 1997 + A1:1998
Output Programming Response Time
Rise and fall time with full resistive load (10% to 90% and
90% to 10%) is 30-640 mSec.
EN61000-3-2: 2000
EN61000-3-3: 1995
Electromagnetic Immunity:
EC61326: 1997 + A1:1998
American Standards:
Meets FCC class A
Isolation
Output terminals can be floated up to +/- 240VDC from chassis
ground.
Safety Agency Compliance
European Standards:
Regular Unit
Finish
Front panel:
Other external surfaces:
Safety - meets Council Directive 73/23/EEC
Beige painted.
Alodyne.
EN60950: 1992 with A1, A2, A3, A4 and all amendments
Meets EN61010-1
High Power Unit
Meets EN61010-1
American Standards:
Safety - meets UL61010-1
Power cord length: 2m, integral part of the instrument.
• Data subject to change without notice.
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M
odules Specifications
*(1,2)
MODULE ORDER CODE
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
A2
B2
C2
D2
MODULE WIDTH
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
160W
180W
180W
200W
200W
320W
360W
360W
400W
VOLTAGE
8V
18V
36V
80V
160V
8V
18V
36V
80V
CURRENT
20A
10A
5A
2.5A
1.25A
40A
20A
10A
5A
OUTPUT
POWER
PROGRAMMING ACCURACY
VOLTAGE
0.03%xF.S. + ...
3mv
7mv
12mV
26mV
60mV
5mV
10mV
15mV
30mV
O.V.P.
2%xF.S. +...
90mv
180mv
340mV
740mV
980mV
90mV
181mV
342mV
744mV
CURRENT
0.12%xF.S. + ...
8mA
4mA
2mA
1mA
0.5mA
24mA
9mA
5mA
3mA
O.C.P.
2%xF.S. +...
16mA
8mA
4mA
2mA
1mA
32mA
16mA
8mA
4mA
VOLTAGE
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
O.V.P.
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
CURRENT
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
1.63mA 1.31mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
O.C.P.
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
1.63mA 1.31mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
rms
1.8mV
2mV
2.5mV
7mV
12mV
2mV
2.5mV
4mV
12mV
Peak-Peak
12mV
14mV
19mV
42mV
85mV
13mV
15mV
25mV
70mV
CONSTANT VOLTAGE
1.5mV
1.8mV
2mV
3mV
6mV
1.5mV
2mV
2.5mV
4mV
CONSTANT CURRENT
8mA
4mA
2mA
1mA
0.5mA
18mA
10mA
6mA
3mA
CONSTANT VOLTAGE
2mV
2.5mV
3mV
4mV
6mV
2.5mV
3mV
3.5mV
5mV
CONSTANT CURRENT
8mA
4mA
2mA
1mA
0.5mA
18mA
10mA
6mA
3mA
AVERAGE PROGRAMMING RESOLUTION
RIPPLE AND NOISE (20Hz to 20MHz)
LOAD REGULATION
LINE REGULATION
READBACK ACCURACY
VOLTAGE READBACK
0.03%xF.S.+...
6mV
12mV
23mV
42mV
85mV
12mV
24mV
46mV
90mV
CURRENT READBACK
0.12%xF.S.+...
8mA
4mA
2mA
1mA
0.5mA
26mA
9mA
5mA
3mA
VOLTAGE READBACK
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
CURRENT READBACK
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
1.63mA 1.31mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
2.25mA
TRANSIENT RESPONSE TIME (mSec) *(3)
< 0.8
< 0.8
< 0.8
< 0.9
< 0.9
< 0.9
< 0.9
AVERAGE READBACK RESOLUTION
< 0.8
< 0.8
*(1) - Data subject to change without notice
*(2) - Specifications refer to a chassis with only the specified module installed, with nominal resistive load (90% of rated current at the rated voltage)
*(3) - The time it takes for the output to recover within 75mV of its previous level following a step change in load current of up to 10% of the rated
*(4) - Available without internal polarity and disconnect relays
*(5) - The maximal output power is limited by the chassis power envelope
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E2
A4
B3
C3
D3
E3
B4
C4
D4
E4
C5
D5
E5
1/8
2/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
2/8
2/8
2/8
2/8
3/8
3/8
3/8
*(4)
*(4)
*(4)
400W
640W
720W
720W
720W
720W
1,440W
1,440W
1,600W
1,600W
*(5)
*(5)
*(5)
160V
8V
18V
36V
80V
160V
18V
36V
80V
160V
36V
80V
160V
2.5A
80A
40A
20A
9A
4.5A
80A
40A
20A
10A
80A
40A
20A
65mV
8mV
12mV
17mV
34mV
75mV
16mV
20mV
38mV
80mV
25mV
48mV
98mV
988mV
98mV
182mV
344mV
748mV
996mV
196mV
375mV
800mV
1,100mV
398mV
874mV
1,240mV
2mA
46mA
28mA
10mA
4mA
2mA
58mA
38mA
15mA
8mA
178mA
64mA
29mA
2mA
74mA
36mA
18mA
9mA
5mA
140mA
40mA
20mA
10mA
296mA
128mA
58mA
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
1.63mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
3.25mA
2.13mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
1.63mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
3.25mA
2.13mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
25mV
4mV
5mV
9mV
23mV
50mV
12mV
35mV
80mV
180mV
88mV
198mV
446mV
150mV
25mV
30mV
50mV
125mV
250mV
68mV
100mV
250mV
550mV
210mV
596mV
1,330mV
7mV
2.5mV
2.5mV
3mV
5mV
8mV
3.5mV
4mV
6mV
10mV
6mV
9mV
14mV
2mA
49mA
24mA
13mA
8mA
4mA
69mA
32mA
18mA
10mA
76mA
37mA
22mA
7mV
3mV
3.5mV
4mV
6mV
8mV
4mV
5mV
7mV
9mV
7.5mV
11mV
14mV
2mA
49mA
24mA
13mA
8mA
4mA
69mA
32mA
18mA
10mA
107mA
59mA
29mA
180mV
25mV
29mV
55mV
110mV
200mV
38mV
66mV
134mV
240mV
78mV
146mV
294mV
2mA
40mA
28mA
10mA
4mA
2mA
64mA
39mA
15mA
8mA
188mA
67mA
32mA
122mV
2.5mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
12mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
15mV
24mV
122mV
1.63mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
3.25mA
2.13mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
12.5mA
40mA
20mA
15mA
< 0.9
<1
<1
< 1
<1
<1
<2
<2
<2
<2
<4
<4
<4
and the power supply sensing locally at the rear terminals, at 25ºC.
module's current
13
M
echanical Dimensions
Dimensions
Height (w/o feet):
Width:
Depth:
132.6mm(5.25in)
482.6mm(19in)
570.0
570.0mm(22.5in)
Weight
Chassis (w/o modules):
11.9Kg (26.2lb)
1/8W module:
1.75kg
(3.9lb)
2/8W module:
2.5kg
(5.5lb)
3/8W module:
3.4Kg
(7.5lb)
Side View
440.0
Top View
132.6
(3U)
482.6 (19”)
Front View
T
estron 2400 & Accessories Order Example
TST
–
06
–
A1N
–
B1Y –
B2Y –
C2Y – C4Y –
TST0370 x1
TST 0520 x1
The example refers to:
TESTRON 2400 with 6 outputs
0-8V/20A without relays
0-18V/10A with relays
0-18V/20A with relays
0-36V/10A with relays
0-36V/40A with relays
0-160V/2.5A without relays
Full front panel
Fixed digits
Chassis power envelope: 2.0KW
continuous, 2.4KW intermittent
Accessories:
P/N
QTY
ITEM
TST0370
x1
GPIB cable
TST 0520
x1
Sliding rails pair
14
E2N –
1 –
0
–
1
–
0
O
rdering Codes
Channel:
TST
-
XX
#1
–
VIR –
#2
#3
VIR
–
VIR
#4
–
VIR
#5
–
#6
VIR
–
#7
#8
– VIR
VIR
–
VIR
–
F
–
0
Relays option
Front panel option
N = Module without relays
0 = Full front panel with keyboard,
Y = Module with disconnect
2 = Slave expansion chassis, blank front
and polarity relays
–
1
–
P
panel which has only line switch
and line indicator
Current code (1 to 5)
See table below for output
Fixed digits: 01
current codes
Voltage code
A = 0-8V
B = 0-18V
C = 0-36V
Chassis power envelope code
0 = 2.0KW Continuous, 2.4KW Intermittent (Regular)
1 = 2.4KW Continuous, 2.6KW Intermittent (High power)
D = 0-80V
E = 0-160V
Number of
outputs per
chassis
01 = 1 Output
02 = 2 Outputs
03 = 3 Outputs
Power Modules Table
04 = 4 Outputs
1/8 width 1/8 width 1/8 width 2/8 width 3/8 width
05 = 5 Outputs
I-code
06 = 6 Outputs
1
2
3
4
5
V-code
07 = 7 OUtputs
08 = 8 Outputs
Family identification code
0-8V
A
20A
40A
0-18V
B
10A
20A
40A
80A *(4)
0-36V
C
5A
10A
20A
40A
80A *(4,5)
0-80V
D
2.5A
5A
9A
20A
40A *(5)
0-160V
E
1.25A
2.5A
4.5A
10A
20A *(5)
80A *(4)
*(4) Available without internal polarity and disconnect relays
Accessories:
*(5) The maximal output power is limited by the chassis power envelope
TST 0110 User’s guide
One user’s guide is included with the instrument
TST 0112 Programming manual
One programming manual is included with the instrument
TST 0240 One output (load) connector (one connector is supplied with each module)
TST 0330 Extension net communication cable (1.2m)
TST 0370 GPIB cable (1m)
TST 0520 Sliding rails pair for rack mounting
15
R
eliability By Design
Reliability of power supplies in ATE application is of supreme
importance, both for trouble - free operation and for D.U.T.
protection.
The TESTRON 2400 system is designed for years of reliable,
trouble free operation. Sophistication in power supplies design
techniques and extensive protection features ensure the
customer will enjoy the best quality and reliability.
C
ustomer Support
Horizon Electronics Ltd. is strongly committed to customer
support, both by its agencies worldwide - and by direct contact
between the customer and the manufacturer.
We provide sales and applications support teams, training,
service and parts supply.
Just contact us to get more information.
HORIZON ELECTRONICS Ltd.
Phone: 408-850-1180
e-mail: sales@testronusa.com
STUDIO ARTESHOCK
3a Basel Str., Petah Tikva
P.O.Box 3872 Petah Tikva 49130
ISRAEL
Tel: +972 - 3 - 923 0091
North
America Exclusively from
Fax:Available
+972- 3in- 924
7379
Email: sales@horizon.co.il
Website: www.horizon.co.il
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