Power supply -- Electronic Measurements Inc. TCR 1 Phase
Electronic Measurements Inc.
|Model:||TCR 1 Phase|
Constant voltage mode; Variations in output current from 5 to 100% of maximum rating cause output voltage variations of less than 0.1% of the output voltage setting when output is 50 to 100% of the maximum rating. Below 50% output voltage, output variation will not exceed 0.05% of maximum output. Constant current Mode: Variations in- output voltage from 5 to 100% of maximum rating cause output current variations of less than 0.1% of the output voltage setting when output is 50 to 100% of the maximum rating. Below 50% output current, output variation will not exceed 0.05% of.maximum output Ripple: Measured with either positive or negative grounded, maximum output voltage and full current into a resistive load.'(See Rating Chart) At 50Hz AC input ripple is 30% above 60Hz ratings. Stability: The output voltage or current will remain within ± 0.05% for 8 hours after warm-up, with constant line, load and temperature. Transient Response: A 30% step increase inpower demanded by the load will cause a transient in the regulated output which will typically recover to within 2% of final value within 75ms.
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Service and User Manual -- Electronic Measurements Inc. -- TCR 1 Phase
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||2.59 Mbytes (2711286 Bytes)|
|Date:||01 January 1984|
|Quality:||Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.|
|Upload date:||03 October 2016|
|Downloads:||161 since 03 October 2016|
GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Specifications II INSTALLATION 2.1 Initial inspection 2.2 Power Requirements 2.3 Cooling 2.4 Mechanical Hi OPERATION INSTRUCTION 3.1 Turn-On Check Out Procedure 3.1.1 Over Voltage Output 3.2 General Operation 3.3 Modes of Operation 3.3.1 Normal Operation 3.3.2 Remote Sensing 3.3.3 Remote Programming 3.3.4 Remote Programming by External Resistance 3.3.5 Remote Programming by External Voltage 3.3.6 Remote Programming by External Current 3.3.7 Parallel Operation 3.3.8 Parallel Operation-Master/S lave 3.3.9 Series Operation 3.3.10 Remote Meters IV PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 4.1 General 4.2 Power Flow 4.3 Signal Fiow 4.4 SCR Firing Circuit 4.5 Metering and Auxiliary Functions V MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING 5.1 General 5.2 Inspection and Cleaning 5.3 Calibration 5.3.1 Voltage and Current source Adjustments 5.3.2 Firing Balance 5.4 Troubleshooting 5.4.1 Overall Troubleshooting Procedure
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