Test your power sources in small area with PLB dummy load! Easy to use! Stackable for extended useage.Designed by Engin in Turkey
You can test your power sources with constant current! Smart and safe power switch with protection (over temperature, over current etc. See datasheet of BTS117). General This is a dummy load. This ...Read More…
This is a dummy load. This device developed to test your power sources, battery, supply circuit, power bank etc. You can set constant current level with built-in potentiometer or analog input voltage. You can read actual current value with multimeter or Arduino like development board. Only read analog voltage and convert to current with our examples on github.
You can directly access Arduino examples on PLB github page. No wait to test!
We facilitate everything for you to focus on your business!
Download simple read current example from github and upload your board. Connect power pins (VCC(5V), GND from Arduino) and signal pin (Current) to Arduino (A0) Set potentiometer to zero current (clockwise) Connect your load Turn potentiometer and see the increase! This is it! You can test your load!
You can get current calculation algorithm from github gist page.
Both of them aluminium passive heatsink.
Dimensions in mm.
Never delay for this experience. This dummy load saves your or/and team development process!
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