The Re:load is a lightweight, affordable constant current dummy load for testing power supplies, high power LEDs, etcDesigned by Arachnid Labs, Ships from United Kingdom
We're moving our stock off Tindie and on to Crowd Supply. Please go here! Want something more powerful or featureful? Check out the Re:load Pro! Re:load 2 is a simple, robust, affordable constant c...Read More…
We're moving our stock off Tindie and on to Crowd Supply. Please go here!
Want something more powerful or featureful? Check out the Re:load Pro!
Re:load 2 is a simple, robust, affordable constant current dummy load. It's useful for testing power supplies, high power LEDs, doing electroplating, or any number of other tasks that require a constant current load. It'll handle any voltage from 3.3 to 40 volts, sink up to 3 amps and dissipate up to 12 watts continuously at room temperature - or a lot more for short periods. It's powered by the device under test, so you can simply connect it up and go.
Re:load 2 is virtually indestructable. As long as you don't put more than 40 volts through it, you'll have a hard time destroying it. It'll handle overtemperature with aplomb, shutting itself down before it can do any damage. Reverse polarity doesn't phase it either.
Re:load 2 is supplied partially assembled. Included is a PCB with all the surface mount parts pre-populated, a potentiometer, binding posts, the power transistor, a heatsink, an M3 screw and nut, and some thermal paste.
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