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AMETEK Sequoia Series | Digital Datasheet

November 30, 2022 by AMETEK Programmable Power

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AMETEK Sequoia Series

The California Instruments Sequoia series from AMETEK Programmable Power combines the capabilities of AC programmable power sources, DC programmable power supplies, AC  DC grid simulators, AC DC linear electronic loads, and complex non-linear loads.

Using silicon carbide power technology, the Sequoia series has the ability to change most programmable parameters during testing, the ability to synchronize the output with external systems, and provides multiple methods of validation for R&D testing.

The series supports single-phase, split-phase, and 3-phase operation, a dual, programmable voltage range pair, auto-paralleling to easily increase the power capacity of the system, and power regen capability to test a wide variety of green energy applications.

An intuitive 5-inch color display eases navigation. The full-featured application software and the common RS232, USB, and ethernet digital control interfaces lower the barriers to creating a production test system.

The Sequoia series offers an optional regenerative electronic load for both AC and DC applications.  Operating eLoad modes are Constant Current, Constant Power, and Constant Impedance. With the ability to program non-linear current waveforms using an onboard arbitrary waveform generator, the Sequoia’s eLoad provide real-world load simulation.

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