Equipment information:

California Instruments 4500L-M Power supply
Manufacturer:
California Instruments
Model: 4500L-M
Date: 1993
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Power supply
Description: Power Source
Information:
                                    This instrument is a high efficiency power source that
provides a low distortion sine wave output with either a
single or three-phase conf iguration.
All power systems are constructed from a 4 500L-M power
source. The following table lists the model number of each
power system, the output phase configuration, the number of
4500L,s in the system and the output VA per phase. The table
also shows that increased power is available at a reduced
operating temperature of 35°C.
MODEL
PHASE
#UNITS
VA/PHASE
50°C
35 °C
4500L-3M
3
1
1500
1667
4500L-1M
1
1
4500
5000
9000L-3M
3
2
3000
3333
9000L-1M
1
2
9000
10000
13 500L-3M
3
3
4500
5000
13500L-1M
1
3
13500
15000
27000L-3M
3
6
9000
10000
27000L-1M
1
6
27000
30000
Full power is available from a standard 0 to 135 or 0 to 270
volt range. Optional 67.5/135 volt, 156/312 and 200/400 volt
ranges are also available. Full power is available from 45
to 2.00 KHz for all models except for those with a 200/400
voltage range (EHV) option. The EHV option will operate up
to 1000 Hz. The 4500L-3M has full power available from 45 Hz
to 5.00 KHz. The 4500L-M is illustrated in Figure l-l.
The output frequency can be programmed down to 17 Hz at a
reduced output voltage.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

California Instruments -- 4500L-M -- Service and User Manual
File name: CaliforniaInstruments-7399-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 80
Size: 2.07 Mbytes (2166905 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 4009-318
Date: February 1993
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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TITLE
INTRODUCTION .......................... . .
1.1 INTRODUCTION..........................
1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ..................
1.3 ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT/RACK SLIDES . . . .
1.4 SPECIFICATIONS........................
INSTALLATION AND ACCEPTANCE................
2.1 UNPACKING ............................
2.2 POWER REQUIREMENTS....................
2.3 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ..............
2.4 INPUT WIRING..........................
2.5 OUTPUT CONNECTIONS....................
2.6 EXTERNAL SENSE CONNECTIONS............
2.7 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGES ................
2.8 FUNCTION TEST ..... ..............
2.8.1 RANGE SWITCHING .......
2.8.2 LOAD REGULATION TEST........
OPERATION..................................
3.1 GENERAL ..............................
3.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS. ... ..........
3.3 FRONT PANEL INDICATORS................
3.4 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS................
3.4.1 POWER INPUT ................
3.4.2 POWER OUTPUT................
3.4.3 EXTERNAL SENSE..............
3.4.5 SYSTEM INTERFACE............
3.4.6 CLOCK ......................
3.4.7 LOCK........................
3.4.8 DFI ........................
3.4.9 0D AND 0E POWER OUTPUT . . .
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE......................
4.1 GENERAL ..............................
4.2 TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ..............
4.3 OPEN SENSE ADJUSTMENT .........
4.4 GAIN BALANCE ADJUSTMENT ..............
4.5 CURRENT TRANSFORMER ADJUSTMENT. . . . .
4.6 LOAD BALANCE ADJUSTMENT ..............
4.7 CURRENT LIMIT ADJUSTMENT..............
THEORY OF OPERATION........................
5.1 GENERAL..............................
5.2 OVERALL DESCRIPTION ..................
5.3 INPUT POWER SUPPLY....................
5.4 AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY................
5.5 CURRENT LIMIT BOARD.................. 44
5.6 INDICATOR BOARD. . ................. 44
5.7 RANGE RELAY BOARD.................... 44
5.8 AMPLIFIER MODULES.................... 4 5
5.9 OSCILLATOR MODULE.................... 4 5
5.9.1 CONTROL BOARD.............. 47
5.9.2 WAVEFORM GENERATOR BOARD . . 47
5.10 AX OPTION (Auxiliary Outputs)........ 48
6 MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING .......... 49
6.1 GENERAL............................... 49
6.2 EXCESSIVE OUTPUT VOLTAGE.......... . 49
6.3 POOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE REGULATION .... 49
6.4 OVERTEMPERATURE LAMP ON.............. 50
6.5 OVERLOAD LAMP ON.................... 50
6.6 DISTORTED OUTPUT.................... 51
6.7 NO OUTPUT............................. 51
6.8 MODULE REMOVAL...................... 52
6.9 OSCILLATOR MODULE REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT. 52
6.10 AMPLIFIER REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT........ 52
7 REPLACEABLE PARTS........................ 55
7.1 GENERAL............................... 55
7.2 ORDERING INFORMATION.......... 55
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