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B&K Precision 9832

The 9830 Series programmable AC power sources provide high performance and low total harmonic distortion in a 3U form factor. The addition of positive and negative DC offset voltages expands the AC capabilities to operate in DC and AC+DC output coupling modes. The user can select built-in and user-defined harmonic waveforms or select from standard sine, square or clipped sine outputs. The high output current crest factor and low input resistance are suitable for high inrush current measurements when evaluating capacitive or inductive loads.


Features & Benefits



  • AC, DC and AC+DC power source

  • Low total harmonic distortion meets the IEC 61000-3-2 standard

  • Comprehensive measurements Vrms, Arms, Vdc, +Apk, -Apk, inrush current, Hz, power factor, apparent power, reactive power, true power, and crest factor

  • 0.98 power factor at AC input stage

  • Built-in standard waveforms sine, square and clipped sine

  • 30 built-in THD waveforms

  • Amplifier mode with 1.2 kHz bandwidth for generating user-defined arbitrary waveforms

  • Step, List and Pulse modes for generating power line disturbance (PLD) simulations

  • List mode supports 10 user-defined programs with up to 100 programmable steps

  • Generate custom harmonic waveforms on a PC and download them to the instrument’s 5 non-volatile memory locations

  • Digital I/O port for external trigger, transient indication, failure status, remote inhibit, RS232, and analog output level programming interface

  • Comprehensive protection modes OVP, OCP,OPP, OTP, fan failure, output timer and key lock

  • Downloadable LabVIEW driver and soft panel software for remote control

  • Standard USB (USBTMC-compliant), RS232, LAN, and GPIB remote interfaces

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