The 41-751 is a low power battery simulator module that can be used to simulate the power supplies of cellular phones and other portable battery devices
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The 41-751 is a low power battery simulator module that can be used to simulate the power supplies of cellular phones and other portable battery devices. It features fully floating output terminals than can deliver voltages up to 6 Volts. The fast responding remote sense connections allow the module to regulate the supply voltage at the device under test. The output terminals can float ±50V relative to the front panel ground to ensure the accurate simulation of battery operation.
The 41-751 can be used in a PXI chassis or in Pickering Interfaces' LXI Modular Switching chassis.
Note: For new applications please consider the 41-753-001 version of this product. It has the same functionality as the 41-751 with the addition of a load detect function and programmable output resistance.
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