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Elgar CW2501P 2500 VA, ContinuousWave
Location:
Elgin, IL
Manufacturer:
Elgar
Model:
CW2501P

Specifications

Condition:
used
Power:
2500 VA
Current:
19.5 ARMS max
Voltage:
180-264VAC
Frequency:
47 to 63 Hz
Efficiency:
>73% typical at full load
Power factor:
>0.99 typical at full load nominal line
Condition info:
Refurbished
Subcategory:
Ac power sources

Description

Elgar CW 2501P Features:
Power: 2500 VA
Voltage: 180-264VAC
Current: 19.5 ARMS max
Frequency: 47 to 63 Hz
Single Phase
Power Factor: >0.99 typical at full load nominal line
Efficiency: >73% typical at full load
Applications for the CW Series include:
Testing for real world sine wave power conditions
400 Hz testing for avionics equipment
50/60 Hz margin testing
Ballast testing
Components testing
Power supply testing for AC to DC convertersApplications for the CW Series include:
Testing for real world sine wave power conditions
400 Hz testing for avionics equipment
50/60 Hz margin testing
Ballast testing
Components testing
Power supply testing for AC to DC converters
The ContinuousWave (CW) Series of AC power sources provides clean single phase power at an impressive price/performance ratio. These compact switch mode sources are programmable with standard IEEE-488.2 or RS-232 control. The CW 2501P model is 3U (5.25”) high with rear panel output connections. It can be operated in a benchtop or rackmount configuration.
The front panels have two bright four digit, seven segment displays. Power Factor Corrected (PFC) universal input voltage allows maximum power to be delivered from an AC outlet without the user selecting the range. Fully rated current is delivered for either output voltage range of 135 VAC or 270 VAC over a standard frequency range of 45 to 500Hz.
Both series can be paralleled to provide extra power. A separate output-on switch controls power to the load. Remote voltage sense is standard. Transformer coupled output is protected against overvoltage and overcurrent. The unit is also protected against over temperature conditions. A two-speed fan results in quieter operation at lower power levels.