AMREL Launches Mini Modular eLoad Series for Micro Power Industry

3/24/2006 - AMREL/AMERICAN RELIANCE INC. introduces their first generation, Mini Modular eLoad Series (MML), at the APEC Conference March 20th 22nd in Dallas, TX. AMREL's Mini Modular eLoad represents the FIRST electronic load specifically designed and packaged to meet the special requirements of the rapidly growing Micro Power Industry.

From a simple single mini load module to a feature enhanced multi channel load, the MML Series' unique composition is an ideal and cost effective solution for the low power requirements of the Micro Power Industry the MML is the first test solution that will easily expand from the R&D Lab to the manufacturing environment.

The MML eLoad offers premium features including zero-volt operation, fast load response time, power overload capability, isolated control and monitor signals, constant resistance, power and current operating modes, synchronized parallel operation as standard, as well as an optional impedance measurement.

The MML Series is another example of AMREL's ongoing commitment to identifying and addressing their customer's requirements through high quality, application specific test solutions.

APEC attendees requiring micro power test solutions are invited to join in the development of AMREL's next generation of MML's by completing a brief survey while visiting AMREL at booth #130. The next generation of MML's will be designed to provide even greater industry specific solutions including full flexibility to meet stringent application requirements.

AMREL/American Reliance, Inc. is committed to designing, developing, and manufacturing high quality programmable power supplies and electronic loads for industrial and military ATE markets. American Reliance accommodates individual customer needs by offering one of the market's widest selections of programmable power products available, as well as providing custom design modifications.

Phone: 800-654-9838

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