Load Banks

Load Bank For Alternator/Generator Testing

A load bank is a device which develops an electrical load, applies the load to an electrical power source and converts or dissipates the resultant power output of the source.

The purpose of a load bank is to accurately mimic the operational or “real” load that a power source will see in actual application. However, unlike the “real” load, which is likely to be dispersed, unpredictable and random in value, a load bank provides a contained, organized and fully controllable load.

Consequently, a load bank can be further defined as a self-contained, unitized, systematic device that includes load elements with control and accessory devices required for operation.

Whereas the “real” load is served by the power source and uses the energy output of the source for some productive purpose, the load bank serves the power source, using its energy output to test, support or protect the power source.

Output Power 20kW to 400kW
Output Voltage 210V/ 415V AC   28V DC
Output Frequency 400 Hz /50/60 Hz
Application Suitable for resistive and inductive load testing of alternator / Generator . Ideal for any repair workshop
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