electrical loading

electrical loading

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′lōd·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
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SAKOR says that by utilizing its AccuDyne[TM] line of AC motoring dynamometers and a regenerative method of electrical loading, the systems re-circulate absorbed power within the test system, resulting in a system that can test electric motors while drawing minimal power from the electrical grid, and generating little waste heat.
This unique channel structure alleviates electrical loading issues, enabling designers to use a large number of DIMMs within a single system.
By eliminating the need to attach connectors to a target system and reduce electrical loading, design engineers are able to make test time more efficient and reduce costs.
NYSE:A) today announced the availability of connectorless probes that offer the industry's lowest electrical loading for all its logic analyzer users.

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