IT6000C Bidirectional Programmable DC Power Supply
IT6000C series is a bi-directional programmable DC power supply which adopts the third generation SiC-base technology. It integrates the source and sink function in one unit. Based on these two functions, IT6000C offers the functionality of two-quadrant operation. The regenerative capability enables the energy consumed to be put back onto the grid cleanly, saving costs from energy consumption and cooling, while not interfering with the grid. IT6000C series provide max. output voltage up to 2250V, support master-slave paralleling with averaging current distribution , max. output power up to 2 MW. Built-in waveform generator supports generating arbitrary waveforms, and import LIST files for waveforms via front panel USB port. IT6000C is the combination of high reliability, high efficient setting, safe and multiple measurement functions.
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♦Adopts SiC-base technology, integrates source and sink function in one unit ♦Stand-alone max. output power 144kW, expandable up to 2 MW by paralleling ♦Voltage range: 0 to 2250V ♦Current range: 0 to 8000A ♦High power density up to 18kW in compact 3U rack space ♦Seamless current switch between souring and sinking ♦High regenerative efficiency up to 95% ♦Standard Built-in USB/CAN/LAN/digital IO interface, optional GPIB/analog & RS232 ♦Full protections: support OVP, ±OCP, ±OPP, OTP, power down protection, anti-islanding protection ♦Support CC/CV priority setting, different loop speed can be set ♦Partial pre-compliant with LV123, LV148, DIN40839, ISO-16750-2, SAEJ1113-11,LV124 and ISO21848 testing standards could be used as battery cycler and support various battery charging and discharging modes, such as CC/CV/CP ♦Built-in function generator, support arbitrary-waveform generating ♦Could be used as PV simulator, simulating the PV curves(with optional SAS1000 software)
♦Could be used as battery simulator(with optional BSS2000 Software)
♦Support multiple working modes, rising and falling time can be adjustable. ♦Support Datalog via USB disk and the shortest sample interval is 10us ♦Strong dynamic driving profile simulation function, up to 10,000,000 points
Functions and Advantages
Bi-directional energy, seamless transfer
The IT6000C Series combines bidirectional dc power supply and regenerative dc electronic load function in one. Unlike traditional power supplies and E-loads, for which there will be short transitions and inconsistencies in the middle of positive and negative current switching, IT6000C is a standard high-speed bidirectional power supply, enables high-speed source and sink current fast and continuous seamless switching, effectively avoiding voltage or current overshoot, and can be widely used in Energy storage device test, like batteries, cell packaging equipment and battery protection board testing .
High energy regenerative efficiency
The IT6000C series has a unique energy regenerative function that can regenerate electrical energy and then directly use it in the plant instead of consuming it in the form of heat. The regenerative efficiency can reach up to 95%, which not only will greatly reduce the user's electricity cost, but also avoid the using of air conditioning or expensive cooling systems.
Application for solar array simulation
IT6000C bidirectional DC power supply configured with optional ITECH SAS1000 Solar Array Simulation Software, users can easily use the software to output, measure, display the MPP tracking status of photovoltaic inverter in real time simulation and record value. Built-in EN50530 / Sandia NB/T32004 / C GC/GF004 /CGC/GF035 standard testing procedures, it is convenient for users to test the static and dynamic MPPT performance of PV inverters and generate reports. Solar simulation power supply also provides the shadow and table mode operation, the user can enter up to 4096 points array to edit any shielded IV curve to achieve dynamic shadow effect simulation and also can store 100 I-V curves under different irradiation and temperature to test the long-term maximum power tracking performance of photovoltaic inverters under different climatic conditions.