What are the advantages of constant current mode for electro

An electronic load, in contrast to a power supply, is a device that consumes electricity by controlling the conduction flux of internal power or transistors and relying on the dissipated power of power tubes.

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Electronic load static operation mode has constant current mode (CC), constant voltage mode (CV), constant resistance mode (CR), constant power mode (CP) four modes, according to different test environment we can choose different modes to achieve different functions.
Advantages of testing in electronic load CC mode:
Batteries and DC voltage sources are common power sources, widely used in mobile phones, cameras, small appliances and even cars. In the process of battery generation and testing, it is necessary to test the battery capacity, cycle life, charge and discharge time and other parameters of the battery to ensure the performance of the product. In the process of these tests, it is often necessary to let the battery to the specified current constant discharge. In traditional production, because the battery discharge will cause the voltage at both ends of the battery to continuously drop, if we want to maintain a constant output current, we need to constantly reduce the discharge resistance. This is difficult to accurately control by manual operation, but using constant current mode of electronic load can solve this problem perfectly, both reducing the workload of workers and improving the accuracy of the test. In the same test, when measuring the voltage source manually, we often need to adjust the load resistance value to achieve the output of different current and voltage, which is very tedious. After using CC mode of DC electronic load, the current can be simply controlled and the voltage of the voltage source can be tested.