load regulation


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load regulation

[′lōd ‚reg·yə‚lā·shən]
(electricity)
The maximum change in the output voltage or current of a regulated power supply for a specified change in load conditions.
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KEY SPEC: Standard features include efficiency as high as 86 percent, 1,500 VDC input/output isolation, continuous short circuit protection, tight line/ load regulation, and low noise operation.
On another hand, load DC response is shown in Figure 7, where the variations of the load from 100 [mu]A to 100 mA results in a load regulation of 0.
The ZXTR1005's high-performance line and load regulation capability also ensures transient voltage drops will not result in latch-up, thereby safeguarding continuous operation of the voltage supply.
The experiments have been done from the accuracy of the steady, voltage regulation, load regulation.
Load regulation is typically within the range of 0.
The constantly high efficiency and the electronic limit load regulation also ensures that the fuel consumption remains minimal, despite the machine being operated at full load.
The "Level I DPC" system is intended for the OEM market and features linear ramp soft start, pulse-width modulation, line and load regulation and "Auto Trac" tuning.
Infinity Power Supplies provide 2-mV line and load regulation for many models and ripple <0.
5% line and load regulation, operating temperatures up to 70[degrees]C with airflow and a power factor corrected, universal 90-264 VAC input.